Yesterday I grappled for a couple of hours to integrate Paypal and Woo Commerce.

Thanks to those who tried to help me with Woo Commerce yesterday.

In the end I had to figure it out for myself.

I finally cracked the Woo Commerce - Paypal code. Woohoo!

I feel a training coming on... but before I start working on the training, can you indicate below whether you're interested?

I am thrilled with how my shop is looking. I added my own products yesterday.

I have been getting an increasing number of requests to guest post on my sites, both on Fiverr and directly.

I decided it was time to stop offering this service free as it can take me a lot of time to prepare guest posts for publication (some posts take more time than others).

I also upped the pricing of all my products on Fiverr so that pricing on my site is slightly lower than on Fiverr.

Interested to know... do you accept guest posts on your site? Have you thought of charging for this service?

To Your Success,

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LShimasaki Premium
I have the same problem. I can get the regular paypal to work but the Paypal by Braintree is the issue. Would love the training. Thanks!
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Leslie, have you logged in via the Paypal Developer link? I added Braintree today via that link when I was using Paypal Sandbox to test whether Paypal was working on my site. Go to: https://developer.paypal.com/
And login using your usual Paypal username and password.
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LShimasaki Premium
I will give it a try. Thanks!
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wendyg53 Premium
I would definitely be interested in WooCommerce training. :-)
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laurenjean Premium
Fab, Wendy. I was hoping for at least 10 takers before I published training on this as I have very limited time right now. So far I have 6. Nearly there.
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ecomtom Premium
Hi Lauren, yes, I am interested in learning more about having a product website. I have a post on my website that I sell products, but not an entire site dedicated to selling products. Mine are:
https://foodsreducebellyfat.com/healthy-living-catalog/ Tom
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Tom, okay great. Adding a shopping cart is primarily for selling your own products.
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JulietAA Premium
Thanks Lauren,
I might have guest writers in the future.
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laurenjean Premium
Pleasure Juliet. Go for it. :)
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LynneHuy Premium
Nice one, yes having it directly on my website would help loads :) I do have a page for it but then they email me and I get them to make a payment via Paypal.
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laurenjean Premium
Ok cool... did you click on the link to my shop? Check it out. If you like it upload the Woo Commerce plugin. Its such fun and so simple to create products. The only tricky part was integrating Paypal. Will upload training asap
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LynneHuy Premium
I had Woocommerce before when my website was a shop :) So I know how to use Woocommerce, I never had Paypal but I did have a credit card option through,... ummm some company in SA, I can't remember who.
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laurenjean Premium
Aah fab... so you know the plugin. I loved how easy it was to add affiliate products. Trying to work out the coupon thing now. They've thought of everything.
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LynneHuy Premium
Oh I used the coupon, it was quite cool to do that and offer discounts, you should use that for upsells... so once someone has order a guest post and the order is complete offer them a 10% coupon off their next purchase :) You can make it so that a coupon is only redeemable by them, and you can set a limit on each coupon so it can be used once, 5 times or unlimited. You can also set coupons to be used on any purchase or only for specific products. They can also expire at certain times.

You will have loads of fun with that, trust me! It is a great marketing tool :)
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laurenjean Premium
Fab, thanks Lynne! Those are awesome ideas. I was just about to use it for a promo I'm doing on FB this week where I offer free guest posting to the first 5 Mompreneurs who say YES. Hadn't thought of offering discounts to repeat buyers. Nice!
Woohoo for Woo Commerce!!
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LynneHuy Premium
Oh and you don't have a featured image showing for the monthly WA.... I suggest you set that up :)
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mikewood1975 Premium
I would like training on it.
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks for letting me know Mike. 3 takers so far.
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Glenys, cool... 2 takers so far.
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Happy2Learn Premium
Ok I am in. I haven't activated a woo commerce facility yet, but I know I need too. I look forward to your training. Cheers
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VonnieOh Premium
Yes please. I'll be interested on a Woocommerce training.

I have gotten requests on guest posting on my site but I've declined them. Even if I were to accept, I would not charge. In my opinion, it's not a service.
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks Vonnie. So one taker so far.
Yeah... when I first started my cheeky fiverr gig I thoùght so too but its turned out to be a very sought after service on my sites.
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LShimasaki Premium
Why have different prices?
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Leslie, Fiverr takes 20% so I have to charge more on Fiverr to make the same as I will make on my own site. I also want to start encouraging people to buy directly from me.
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VonnieOh Premium
Just curious. How much do you charge for a guest posting service and for how many words?
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Vonnie....I started at $5 on Fiverr until I had 10 5-Star Reviews and became a Level 1 Seller. Then I increased my rate to $10. Some have paid $20. Many buyers have given me repeat orders.
I have only ever received 5-Star reviews & my buyers say my service is cheap at the price. So I just increased my rate on Fiverr from $10 to $20. On my site its still $10.
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