I Can Guarantee This 1 Thing is Costing You Sales
Today is What’s Working Wednesday and this week we’re talking payments
At the beginning when I was training up in North Wales I used to use Paypal to take payment
You create a payment link, send it to a client and they pay – you can more or less get the money straight away
But it was expensive 💰
So we moved to Stripe and have used it ever since
We also use Go Cardless but I would say we use Stripe 90% of the time
Plus, Stripe has introduced a new payment scheme so you can get it quicker within 2-3 days
But what I want to talk about today is simplifying payment
And this is why we reintroduced Paypal
For FitPro but also for low-cost DKnine Online products
The simple reason I say to consider this is that Paypal makes it a lot easier for someone to purchase something straight away
The moment you see ‘Paypal’ you are more likely to buy. We know it’s safe and secure and so we trust it 🙌🏻
And this was the same feeling I had when I set it up for DKnine and FitPro
So now, when we offer low-cost products online we will offer them the option to pay via PayPal or Stripe
The same goes for FitPro, for The Portal its Paypal of Stripe, but for Facebook Ads its just Stripe
It’s all about trust with Paypal
Make it as easy as possible for people to buy from you
And then you won’t lose out on Payments!
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