In the last chapter you learned how to create a page, and then to turn a page into a blog store. First, we created a Services page to hold a list of services (or, for that matter, products) for sale, then we set up a PayPal account so we could process payments. To complete the process, we added PayPal’s Add to Cart and Buy Now buttons to the Services page so you could receive payments online from your customers. This is an efficient, real-time solution. It allows your customers to pay promptly, and it means that you, as a business owner, don’t have to use other e-commerce web sites or stores, like eBay or Etsy, to sell your products. You can keep it all in one place within your blog!
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