How to Add a Secure Payment Feature to Your Site - Check Out Google Checkout
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In many cases, Google is the first site users turn to when they need anything on the Internet. This site is so well-known, and its services are so far-flung, that it’s possible Google could be your solution for just about every aspect of your Web site. When you want to add a secure payment feature to your site, Google definitely won’t let you down.
Google Checkout (http://checkout.google.com/sell/?gsessionid=RUsWRIn29so) offers secure online buying and money transfers which are protected against fraud. You’ll get a code that helps you add a link right to buying pages where payments are easily processed through Google - for free. In return, you’ll display some Google ads along with your payment processing, but if you’re already using Google-based programs like AdWords, then you’re used to Google ads anyway.
Google is another well-known and highly trusted name, and their Checkout service is extremely easy to use and maintain. If you want to set up secure payment on your site, you’ll get the job done quickly with Google’s Checkout service.
Adding Secure Payments to Your Site
No matter which service you choose -- and there are many out there besides the ones named -- it’s a good idea to add secure payment processing to any Web site. Even if you offer no products, but provide good content and gripping features, you should add links and buttons that make it easy for users to donate.
You never know how or when you might move someone to part with their money on your behalf. Wouldn’t you serve yourself better if you made sure your site was ready to process payments on a whim?
Add secure payments to your site, and add more revenue to your pocket. Secure payment processing doesn’t always guarantee that you’ll start earning, but you can be sure you won’t earn at all unless you provide a safe, secure way for your traffic to accomplish the act.
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