Few months ago, I posted on Youtube a tutorial on how to Integrate PayPal with your Mailchimp List. I’m not a big Youtube uploader so I was encouraged to get some feedback from people how it helped them. So, I continued the video with how to add the PayPal URL code to your web page.
I just woke up, got my coffee and after replying to a Google comment, it inspired me to make this video continuation.
In my web page example, I’m using a WordPress website. Of course, you can apply PayPal button on any web page. If you have another CMS-type website, it will be a simple edit similar to WordPress editor. If you’re website requires you to access the HTML code area of each page, you can simply use PayPal HTML code instead of grabbing the “Email URL code”.
If you don’t follow what I’m talking about, better watch my Integration from PayPal to Mailchimp video first.
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