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Paypal help... Would rather not use a content locker.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Dynastic, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. Dynastic

    Dynastic Registered Member

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    Hey everyone.

    Currently I'm in the process of starting up my whitehat business. So far, everything is going good.

    Right now I'm waiting to hear back from 2 companies that I wish to partner with. Before they contact me, I'd like to change the way my site will bring in revenue. Content Locking is generally frowned upon I'm starting to realize.

    At the moment... I'm using a paypal content locker. The user would "donate", and then the page would unlock, and they could get what they want.

    Is it possible to disregard the content locker, and just put a paypal "Buy Now" button? After the user purchases through my paypal, can I put the information that they need on paypal?

    Example:
    1. They click my "Buy Now" paypal button on my site.
    2. They put their information in and purchase
    3. Instead of immediately redirecting, the password they are looking for will show up on paypal after payment.

    Any help would be great. Thanks,
    -joe
     
  2. Jesperj

    Jesperj Power Member

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    You didnt mention it, but are you using wordpress?
    If so you should take a look at WP eStore. great plugin for digital sales.

    Im sure there is a plugin for many other cms´s aswell.

    Good luck
     
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  3. snoozebot

    snoozebot Regular Member

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    E-Junkie is just what you're looking for. You can store the password or whatever you're selling in a text file and upload that to your e-Junkie account. Once the purchase is made via Paypal or CC or any other payment processor, the download link of the file is emailed to the buyer. It's pretty neat.

    Code:
    www.e-junkie.com
    You'll get a 'buy it now' code from e-junkie which you can add to your site. It's simple. Try it for 61 days - use the code given here: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...forum/324146-e-junkie-61-day-coupon-code.html (I cannot open WF at the moment. Weird. That's the link anyway, if I'm not mistaken)
     
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  4. Jesperj

    Jesperj Power Member

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    Ah ye, i had forgot that one, thats a great one to. :)
    so many options hehe
     
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  5. Dynastic

    Dynastic Registered Member

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    Thanks for the help guys. I'll look into these options. Not only does content locking look sketchy... but I'd rather not be affiliated with ******* if I don't have to be lol.

    And yes it is through a wordpress site.