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RE: websites and cd sales
At 0:27 -0700 7/31/98, Javier Miranda V. wrote:
> What's the right way to hook up credit-card approval in your website? Is
>that a third-party involved or it's just from your website to the bank?
> Thanks for any advice.
> | -----Original Message-----
> | From: scott kungha drengsen [mailto:email@example.com]
> | Sent: Thursday, July 30, 1998 11:11 PM
> | To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> | Subject: websites and cd sales
> | I was wondering how many of you out there with sites and CD's to sell
> | were set up to accept credit cards and if this made a difference in
> | sales? There seems to be quite a difference for me between hits and
> | sales and I wondered if this was everyones usual experience?
Unless you're making a lot more money than I am, accepting credit cards
directly is an expensive proposition and not worth it.
I use Kagi <http://www.kagi.com/> and am totally happy with them. They
take a few percentage points (as do the credit card companies), send you
orders by email, and you ship them and receive a check in the mail every
now and then.
There are other similar organizations.
Doug Wyatt firstname.lastname@example.org
Sonosphere (electric/improv music) http://www.sonosphere.com/
"Accidental Beauties" CD release: http://www.sonosphere.com/wyatt/
available from CMC, 1-800-882-4262 http://www.MusicDiscoveries.com/