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5 payment gateways for your WordPress blog

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If you have an eCommerce website, you will definitely need a payment gateway. In a previous tutorial, we told you about the things you should emphasize when looking for a payment gateway for your store.

In this tutorial, we will talk about the different options available to you that you can use on your WordPress blog.

But before, if you have never installed WordPress discover How to Install a WordPress Blog in 7 Steps et How to search, install and activate a WordPress theme on your blog 

Then back to why we are here.

1CheckOut

the plugin 2CheckOut can help you cope with the complexities of eCommerce by offering a payment platform created to meet dynamic needs.

2checkout wordpressThis payment gateway is offered in 15 languages, offers 87 exchange options, and they will process payments in more than 200 markets. In addition to standard transaction fees, they also charge for international transactions and currency conversion with incredible ease.

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2. Authorize.net

Authorize.net is another widely accepted payment gateway that could deliver exactly what you need.

Autorize.net payment gateway

It is compatible with eCommerce software and plugins like BigCommerce, Shopify, Magento, Moolah, QuickBooks and Wells Fargo. You also have free access to Authorize.net's fraud protection tools if you integrate a gateway on your website. Otherwise, Authorize.net is PCI DSS certified.

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3. Braintree

Braintree offers another way to accept payments on your WordPress website

Braintree

For example you will not have a monthly fee for using Braintree, just the standard fee per transaction. Note that the fees depend on the country you are transacting from. you can accept PayPal payments, credit cards, Apple Pay, Venmo, Masterpass and more. In addition, you can split payments with other partners or suppliers.

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4. PayPal Pro Payments

If you need a little more options of PayPal, their Pro option is worth considering.

Paypal pro

Because it's PayPal, a lot of the available payment types come from it, including: PayPal standard payments, PayPal credit, as well as PayPal special funding.

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You can also accept credit cards, bank transfers and even credit card payments over the phone.

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5. Stripe

Stripe may be the last payment gateway on our list, but it is certainly not lacking in functionality.

Stripe

Stripe is set up to help all areas of eCommerce business: stores, on-demand marketplaces, subscription services and even crowdfunding. if you keep customers on your website to process payments, Stripe offers developers the option to use the " tokenization Client side to ensure PCI compliance.

See also: Some WordPress plugins Stripe to accept payments

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Conclusion

Here ! That's all for this tutorial, I hope it will allow you to discover which payment gateways for your WordPress online store.

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