How to add payment processing to your small business website

By Nathan Segal, CIO |  IT Management, ecommerce

At this point, you're ready to test the process. To do so, return to the My Site tab, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Edit heading in the Testing Your Products section. A Capcha will pop up. Enter the code and you'll be able to create a test credit card that you can use to test the ordering process. There's no charge.

When a prospect clicks on the payment link, he's taken to the ClickBank Secure Payment form. Note that on this form you can pay by credit card, debit card or by the PayPal option on the right. PayPal is a good option for customers who don't want to enter their credit card information. It's a good idea to enable this payment option in the account settings, as we did earlier.

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Once the customer goes through the entire payment process, he arrives at your thank you page. While each thank you page is different, all should contain essential information about the ordering process, as does the page below.

How to Obtain ClickBank Approval for Your Site

Once you've tested the ordering process, you need to submit your site for approval. To do so, go back to Account Settings: My Products: Recurring Billing Products. At the far right of the section, where you've added your product, you'll see a Get Approval button.

Once you click the button, the approval process will take three to five days. ClickBank will review your site and let you know about any changes you need to make. Once you satisfy its requirements, your site will be approved.


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