Many people would like to get into Internet Marketing and sell resell products or even their own products. Although there is a lot of information available to “Newbies” on how to become involved with IM, how to find good products to resell, how to build a website, and more; many newbies find themselves a ...
Many people would like to get into Internet Marketing and sell resell products or even
their own products. Although there is a lot of information available to “Newbies” on how
to become involved with IM, how to find good products to resell, how to build a website,
and more; many newbies find themselves a little stumped when it comes to adding a
Paypal “Buy Now” Button on their new sales pages.
Unfortunately, Paypal doesn’t give the best “how to” information in their FAQ’s either. I
noticed this problem when a friend of mine that makes quite a bit of money in AdSense
Revenue and is very proficient with HTML and web design came to me and said, “I have
never added a Paypal Button to any of my sites because I don’t have the time to learn
how to do it by myself. Can you help?”
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The first step to creating a Buy Now Button in Paypal is pretty obvious, but because I
want this to be thorough, I feel I must include it here. Simply Log-In to Paypal at:
After you get past the initial “logging in” screens, you will find yourself at your Account
Overview Page. At the TOP of this page, you will see several headers that you can
choose from. They look like this:
As you can see from the arrow above, you will want to click on the header that says
“Merchant Tools.” This will take you to the actual Merchant Page that allows you to use
Paypal on your websites and sales pages. The main Merchant page will look like this:
There are several options on this page to help you completely integrate your sites with
Paypal, including Payment Standard, Payment Pro, Email Payments, and more. For now,
you will want to stick with the simplest method for creating your Buy Now buttons.
If you scroll down into about the center of the page, you will notice a section that says
“Key Features.” This is the easiest way to get to the page that actually builds the buttons.
In the picture below, I have an arrow pointing to the link that you will click on:
When you click this link, it will take you to a page that looks like this:
This is your starting point for creating your new Buy Now button. While this process is
very simple, it is pretty detailed and until you are completely proficient with it, you may
want to follow each step exactly as I have presented them to you. Once you are
comfortable with it, there are a few steps that you should not have to make changes to in
Now, to begin creating your new button, you first need to name your product. I like to
name it either the product name, the “package” name, or the promotion/sale name that I
am using on my sales page. This helps keep confusion down among your customers, as
they can look at the Product Name on their Paypal receipt and know exactly what they
bought or where they got it.
This step looks like this:
Next, you will need to put in an Item ID/Number for your product. This is something
that either your product will actually have an ID or Number to use or you can just make
this up. I generally take the first letter of each word in my Product Name and add on the
year to it with a hyphen in between. This just helps me know what it is when it comes in
without having to look at the receipt too closely for the Product Name. Of course, you
can choose to do anything you want here:
Next, of course, is your price amount. The only thing to really keep in mind here is that
if you are selling for $27, you only have to put in 27. However, if you are selling for
$9.97, you will want to include the decimal point and put 9.97 in the box. Never put in
the dollar sign ($) because Paypal automatically takes care of this for you.
At this point, you can usually go on to the next section because this will automatically
default to your Currency and Country in most cases. Since this is the first time you are
setting up a Buy Now button, you should at least check to make sure the correct currency...