These days, it seems everyone has an online shop that sells products and services.
And rightfully so.
With 71% of people believing they can get a better deal online, it’s no wonder businesses of all sizes and kinds are throwing up eCommerce stores to supplement their income.
To add to that, it is estimated that by 2019, there will be nearly 224 million digital shoppers in the United States alone.
Online shopping is a multi-billion dollar enterprise that spans the globe. People all over choose to buy online because it is simple, easy to price compare, and is relatively low pressure. Plus, they can do it from the comfort of their own home if they choose to.
And in response, as I mentioned above, website owners worldwide are jumping in and building their very own eCommerce shop so they too can reap the benefits online shopping brings to business owners.
But what if you are just starting out in the eCommerce biz? How are you supposed to know what you need on your website in order to securely collect payments from your customers?
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If this is something you are struggling with, keep reading. Today I have a list of what it takes for you to accept payments on your website so that you too can generate revenue from the slew of online shoppers that prefer to buy online. Click to continue reading…