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Customers like to save money on shipping costs and are often prepared to purchase additional items to qualify for free shipping. But it is important that they are well informed about when those costs for shipping no longer apply. To do this, use the delivery method "Exemption limit" which is available to you in your ePages shop as of version 6.08.

 

Decide what services you want to offer to which markets: Do you want to deliver to certain countries only or limit payment methods for foreign customers? This is easy to do with the regions function of your ePages shop. Find out more about what's possible in the ePages blog.

 

How to set up specific payment methods in my ePages online shop? The fourth blog-article of our mini-series “Payment methods in online shops” gives you the answer to that question using four tutorial videos specifically created for you.

 

Turn visitors to your website into customers by offering them free shipping on selected products. Especially concerning premium products, a discount of just a few euros does not constitute a true incentive to buy. Many customers regard free shipping, on the other hand, as a much better bargain. Good news for merchants: regardless of whether your special promotion is free shipping or a discount of 5 euros, the costs for merchants do not change. So, how can you offer a discount on selected products in your ePages online shop?

Despite interactive wizards in the merchant back office, many errors can still happen when setting up the payment process in your shop. The third part of our series "Payment systems in online shops" shows you how you can prevent these, what to do when you are stuck and how to get faster answers for support requests.

A customer walks into your shop. As the owner of a brick-and-mortar store, your mission is simple. The only question you need to concern yourself with in this moment is: “How can I persuade this customer to spend money here?” But this same task is more difficult for you as an online merchant. The question you must be able to answer is: “Precisely what form of payment might this customer use?” After all, the customer can and will purchase something in your shop only if you allow them to pay as they wish. We will explore this issue in Part Two of our “Payment Systems in Online Shops” series.

Our survey of the different payment systems with regard to e-commerce continues. In the second and final part of “Payment Methods in Online Shops — Part 1: A Forest Full of Trees”, we explore the two remaining categories: “Payment with safeguards” and “Payment with virtual wallet”. These two categories have one thing in common: external service providers ensure that transactions are properly processed.

Cash is king — but only once upon a time. This outdated saying applies even less to purchases processed via the Internet. Sophisticated payment concepts must replicate the role traditionally played by banknotes and coins as well as facilitate trust between anonymous merchants and their customers. Electronic payment methods are the digital handshake which seal the deal in today’s business world.

Yet there is a practically limitless range of payment systems. Our four-part series of articles entitled “Payment Methods in Online Shops” will help you find the right provider for your ePages online shop and explain what you need to be aware of concerning activation. In “Part 1: A Forest Full of Trees” we will help you by shedding light on some key matters.

Granted, if you sell only refrigerators, then wrapping paper and cards for gifts might not play a major role in your commercial success. But customers are always grateful when they can enter a gift recipients address as delivery address, and then select nice wrapping paper and customise a card to top it all off.