The most popular plugins for Payment Gateway


There is a lot of payment gateways and it’s extremely hard to choose the right one. So, let us introduce you to in quick way several plugins which you can use in your online store.

1. PayPal Standard

It’s definitely one of the best plugins, because first of it’s free and it works with Exchange. What’s more, it’s available in 190 countries and transactions fees outside the U.S. may vary cost 2.9%+ $0.30 per transaction.

The process of payment is off site and accepted are major credit cards and PayPal of course.  What’s worth to notice that you don’t need to a separate merchant account and your phone and email support the whole plug.

PayPayl Standard provides options for volume, micropayment and nonprofits discounts.

2. WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart

With this plug you have a button for specific your products you want to sell. You can of course add this button on any post or page you want. There wouldn’t be fun without playing, right? In this case you have an opportunity to create different buttons for different products. You can sell whatever you want, from services to to media files. You can also set up discounts, track coupons and much much more.

3. WP Easy PayPal Payment Accept

With this plug, you can create “Buy Now” buttons. You’ve got an opportunity to set up different buttons for each products or services which you can sell. Using this plug, your customers will have a chance to open the payment window in a new tab, collect tax or create a payment widget.

4. Sell Digital Downloads

This plug will be the best for you if you’re thinking about opening store which mainly focuses on selling digital products – mp3, PDFs, ebooks etc. It’s designed for using it in this way, so it’s very lightweight and of course gives you a chance to create a product display box, add thumbnails and much more.

5. PayPal for WooCommerce

Okay, if you’ve decided to use WooCommerce, we think that adding this plug is the best option for you. It’s designed to work well with PayPal. Everything is managed between WooCommerce and PayPal so you don’t need to be worry about anything.

Okay, these plugs below are only the drop in the sea of eCommerce plugins. And we hope that we helped you a little!