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Pizzaovenman1
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Hi, I am going to migrate my website and I want to intergrate an online way to pay for my goods. What is the best way to go about it?

My website.

TIA

Nick

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Jnix284
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@Pizzaovenman1 very cool! 

 

My suggestion would be:

 

CMS Pro or Enterprise

POWER Pro theme

and POWER Plus wishlist (reach out to the maka team, they can provide a custom quote based on what you're looking for).

 

This would let you manage your products using HubSpot Products and associate them directly to deals.

 

While you can connect the deal data between HubSpot and Shopify easily, if you aren't already using Shopify and you want to use the HubSpot CMS it would be a lot easiert to do everything natively in HubSpot.

 

HubSpot Payments aren't available in the UK yet - there was an announcement that this will be coming soon.

 

Until they are available, you would have to issue a quote or invoice from the deal to trigger the payment request - all of that could be configured as part of the shop setup by the maka team.

 


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Nagarjoon
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Sure! Integrating an online payment system into your website is a great step towards enhancing customer convenience and expanding your business reach. One of the best ways to go about it is to choose a reputable and secure payment gateway provider such as PayPal, Stripe, or Square. These providers offer easy-to-integrate APIs and plugins that allow seamless integration with your website, regardless of the platform you're using. Before making a decision, consider factors such as transaction fees, supported payment methods, security features, and ease of use for both you and your customers. Once you've selected a payment gateway provider, follow their integration documentation carefully to ensure a smooth setup process. Test the payment system thoroughly to ensure it works flawlessly before making it live on your website. Additionally, consider implementing SSL encryption to secure sensitive customer information during transactions. With a reliable online payment system in place, you can provide a convenient and secure shopping experience for your customers while driving sales and growth for your business.

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Nagarjoon
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Certainly! Integrating an online payment system into your website can greatly enhance the convenience and accessibility for your customers. One of the most popular and widely used options is to integrate a third-party payment gateway such as PayPal, Stripe, or Square. These platforms offer easy integration with various e-commerce platforms and provide secure payment processing solutions. To get started, you'll need to sign up for an account with the chosen payment gateway and follow their integration instructions. Typically, this involves installing their plugin or adding their code to your website's checkout page. Ensure that your website has SSL certification to encrypt sensitive data and protect customer information during transactions. Additionally, consider offering multiple payment options to accommodate different preferences and increase conversion rates. Regularly monitor your payment system for any issues and stay updated on security measures to provide a safe and seamless shopping experience for your customers.

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CPWysong
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Hi there! Exciting times for your website migration! For seamless online payments, consider popular ECommerce integrations like Stripe, PayPal, or Square. They offer secure and user-friendly solutions, making it easy for your customers to pay for goods. Each has its perks, so choose based on your specific needs. Good luck with the migration!

BBilley
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Hi!
Here's what I think about the integration
To successfully integrate an online payment system when migrating your website, follow these steps. First, research popular and reliable payment gateways such as PayPal, Stripe or Square and check their compatibility with your site's platform. Ease of use is crucial, so choose a system that is convenient and secure. Make sure the payment system is PCI compliant for security purposes. However, for a more customized and seamless integration, it is recommended to seek help from a company that specializes in e-commerce system development. For example, https://elogic.co/, they helped me once and I think they can help you too.
They can offer expert guidance and support tailored to your specific needs.
I would like to point out that this is not an advertisement but a real situation and this is just my opinion, the rest of the choice is up to you.
Thank you for your consideration.

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Jnix284
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@Pizzaovenman1 there are a few options depending on what type of goods you're selling.

 

You could integrate Shopify if you need a full ecommerce solution or you can use HubSpot payment links if you have fewer products available.

 

Can you share more details about the goods you're selling?


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Pizzaovenman1
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They are pizza ovens, value between £500 to £1800 per transaction and between 5 and 25 transactions per week. Probably 20 to 30 options and items. Thanks

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Jnix284
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@Pizzaovenman1 very cool! 

 

My suggestion would be:

 

CMS Pro or Enterprise

POWER Pro theme

and POWER Plus wishlist (reach out to the maka team, they can provide a custom quote based on what you're looking for).

 

This would let you manage your products using HubSpot Products and associate them directly to deals.

 

While you can connect the deal data between HubSpot and Shopify easily, if you aren't already using Shopify and you want to use the HubSpot CMS it would be a lot easiert to do everything natively in HubSpot.

 

HubSpot Payments aren't available in the UK yet - there was an announcement that this will be coming soon.

 

Until they are available, you would have to issue a quote or invoice from the deal to trigger the payment request - all of that could be configured as part of the shop setup by the maka team.

 


If my reply answered your question please mark it as a solution to make it easier for others to find.



Jennifer Nixon - Delivery Lead at Aptitude 8

connect with Jen on Linkedin