WordPress has a ton of features that make it the perfect platform for publishing content. WordPress also allows you to easily set up and manage payments for your site, which is great if you want to collect donations or offer paid subscriptions. But WordPress doesn’t come with payment processing built in, so how do you get started?
WPSmartPay is an easy-to-use WordPress plugin that makes setting up WordPress payments quick and painless. Let’s take a look at what WPSmartPay can do:
1) Setting up Payments:
WPSmartPay handles all the heavy lifting when it comes to setting up WordPress payments. You don’t need any coding skills or programming knowledge; just install and activate the plugin and you’re ready to start accepting payments. WPSmartPay integrates WordPress with Stripe, a payment processing company that makes it easy for web developers to take online payments from anywhere in the world. Sign up is free, and Stripe handles all your incoming and outgoing payments. You can even accept PayPal or use Paddle, if that’s your preference.
2) Keep track of payments:
WPSmartPay also makes it easy to keep track of WordPress payments. The WordPress Dashboard gives you a complete overview of all transactions, including successful and declined orders, refunds, etc. You can easily search the WordPress database for specific transactions or filter by date range if you want to track WordPress payments over a specific time frame.
3) Customer dashboard:
WPSmartPay gives customers a real-time overview of WordPress transactions. Customers can keep track of WordPress payments and withdrawals, set up WordPress subscriptions, and update WordPress account information from their very own customer dashboard.
So what are you waiting for? WordPress payments have never been easier to set up with WPSmartPay. Start taking WordPress payments today!