Custom Paypal Payment Page & Customer Experience

This awesome image courtesy of JeremyHead on Flickr.comHey guys – going to keep this relatively short and sweet.  Paypal is the king of all online merchants, and as you know, (our SEO Article Writing venture) has officially launched.  During the month or so of developing this website I had quite a few “cherry popping” experiences i.e. setting up an affiliate program and what I’m going to go over today, creating and implementing a custom Paypal payment page.

When it comes to an online start-up, or simply improving your existing online business model, there are so many little things that can make a huge difference when taking your customers from point A to point B – and having a transparent transaction process will impact the overall success of a digital-goods-fueled environment.

In other words, your shit needs to be smooth and seamless.

Taking 20 minutes to set up a custom Paypal payment page for your clients to identify with is a great way to start – what really amuses me is that not too many people (myself included) know how to do this!

So I put together a quick tutorial with Camtasia as I was doing it myself, figured it wouldn’t hurt to save two birds with one cage.  Feel free to click on the link below and watch the video – it’s about 8 minutes long, so grab a coffee and relax.

Custom Paypal Payment Page Tutorial

Let me know if this was helpful at all – if you get stuck somewhere or need some graphics done, holler back!



Niche Keyword Research Tutorial

As promised, I spent a few hours today putting together a jam-packed tutorial which takes you step by step through the process of conducting effective keyword research.  The purpose of this tutorial is to help you uncover profitable niche markets which surround any given keyword or phrase – and it’s really not as hard as you think!

Click Here To Watch The Tutorial

The tutorial itself is around 30 minutes long – so be sure to turn the tv off and duct tape the kids to the toilet seat.  Grab a pen and paper and really let the info sink in.

I cover two of the more popular keyword research tools available online: Wordtracker and Google’s Keyword Tool.  Wordtracker as most of you know is a paid keyword service, which is around $300 for the year (less than $30 a month, and worth every penny!) and Google’s Keyword Tool is free (not as detailed results).

I hope this helps those of you who are still unsure about the process of researching keywords for your niche sites and affiliate campaigns, as well as uncover some neat facts for the few of you who might be more experienced.

Oh yeah, Wordtracker has a free 14 day trial so feel free to sign up and follow along!

Let me know if you guys have any questions!