Tag archive for: payment methods



With the right payment methods you enable your customers to order easily and comfortably in your shop. Learn more in our tutorial video.
ePages merchants who are still using the payment method PayPal Standard should switch to PayPal Express now.
The convenient and secure payment method, Amazon Payments, is now available for ePages powered online shops. It is an ideal measure to win repeat customers from the popular marketplace.
The payment options you present to your customers are part of your offer. Displaying them on your home page and product pages is simple to do and very powerful, especially for first time customers. This means: if your customers, either existing or potential, do not find the proper payment methods to checkout, it is very likely that they will abandon your shop without purchasing.
After the 31st of December 2013, the ClickandBuy payment method will no longer be available in the ePages software. Below we will explain who is affected by this change and what will need to be done.
On the 20th November 2013 Google will close their payment method “Checkout”. If you are offering this service in your ePages online shop, you must adapt to this change. Here we explain what to do.
With the right settings in the back office of your ePages online shop, you can avoid the most common mistakes in e-commerce. If you follow our checklist your customers will probably never be shown the wrong taxes or the wrong currency, and the delivery method of an order will not be displayed with the wrong price. If, however, these problems occur, our checklist can help you to solve them quickly.
Cloud services offer more and more functions and get very popular. The reasons are obvious: Online shops, for example, can be updated easily and without extra costs. A team representing ePages talked about these and further advantages of the cloud at dmexco in Cologne.

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.

 

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.