Payment Gateway For Tech Support Process

Merchants are speculative regarding the payment gateways for tech support process as it is new in the market. But being new doesn’t mean the business is fraud. They work like a blessing for business to help them grow globally. Payment gateway helps the business to receive payment 24*7 without taking efforts of collecting the money physically. By this method, the money received is easily credited to the merchants account. This further reduces the work burden of accounts department staff and also reverses the human error occurring in the entries. The merchants are hence advised to opt for payment gateway option to make their own work easy.

payment gateway

Before choosing a payment gateway option from a vendor they should focus on the following points:

1. Compatibility

The payment gateway system to be purchased should be compatible with your system technology. There may be a requirement to upgrade your system. Credits: propaysolution.com

2. Price

There are many companies selling the option for payment gateway. You should closely monitor them all and select a package that suits your business. If its a startup company then a normal payment gateway system offered should be accepted. If its a big company, then you can ask for a customised payment gateway which shall comply with the company rules and regulations.

3. Security

In payment gateway for tech support process, All the companies offer secured connection and hence a company which has a name in the market can be selected without worrying about the security issue. You can check more details over here.

4. Customisability vs. Simplicity

For startups and small companies, there is no requirement of choosing payment gateway which needs to be customised. Small packages available are already simple to understand and hence can be accepted. For companies operating with huge terms and conditions may need to choose a customised package which has all the information and is also easy to understand for the users while paying money. Hence payment gateway option should have a relation between customisation and simplicity.

How to get a verified Payment Gateway for Tech Support?

Tech support being a high risk business makes it difficult to get a payment gateway for technical support. What is needed is a good reputation in the country or the geographic area in which it is operating. The refunds and charge back should be very low and the relationship with the customers should be good. Companies offering payment gateway should be selected on the below mention qualities:

  • The payout is on weekly or daily basis
  • Provides direct bank transfer facility
  • Provides eCheck payment facility
  • Payment available through visa, discover, master, mastro & amex card
  • The company provides direct, secure and trustworthy gateway

How to qualify for online payment gateway for tech support process?

  • Your company should be a private limited company or should have applied for the same
  • Your company should have an own website through which customers and buy products and services
  • Your company does not make any spam calls
  • Your company should have a number to reach you and the same should be mentioned on the companies website
  • After sales service team should be hired for any queries
  • Company should have a current account with any bank

After a complete study on the above mentioned data with regards to your company, you can have a secure payment gateway for tech support for your company.…

The MegaList of WordPress Resources – Part 2

Last time, we looked at WordPress.org resources, themes and tutorials. Now it’s time to delve into a few more areas that are important for those working with WordPress.

SEO Plugins

One of the essential areas for anyone running a website, whether it’s built on WordPress or not, is search engine optimization (SEO). A lot of themes are already well optimized so your content gets the best possible search engine position. That’s especially true of some of the premium themes listed last time. But then there are the others. Some people find it best to manage SEO independently of the theme and there are several plugins that cover this area. Here are three that I have used:

  1. WordPress SEO by Yoast de Valk is by far the most comprehensive, covering titles and meta descriptions, XML sitemaps, permalinks, internal linking, RSS and social. There are a lot of options here which some people might find a bit overwhelming if they are new to this area. You also have to update a few more fields when you create a page or post.
  2. The All-in-One SEO Pack is another popular plugin. While you do need to do some configuration, there are some features that work automatically.
  3. Even simpler is FV Simpler SEO which generates meta tags automatically and does not require you to input keywords.
  4. It’s also worth looking at Scribe which includes both SEO and content marketing tools.  And if you start with one SEO plugin and move to another you will need SEO Data Transporter. I’ve used this plugin successfully to migrate my SEO data from All in One SEO to Thesis to Genesis and to WordPress SEO.

Read Joel Rivera‘s answer to What are the most used and your favourite wordpress plugins? on Quora

If you don’t like any of these options, check out other SEO plugins on WordPress.org.

More Advice on SEO for WordPress

Since optimizing your site is one of the most important tasks you can do, it’s worth looking at some of the tips in these articles:

  1. 7 Popular Free SEO Plugins For WordPress – this article reviews some of the top SEO plugins for WordPress.
  2. New To Using WordPress? 3 Must Have Plugins To Power Your SEO – find out what else you need besides the normal SEO plugins.
  3. 8 Excellent WordPress SEO Plugins – this post includes a few other SEO plugins worth considering
  4. 10 Out-Of-The-Box WordPress SEO Tips to Dominate the Front Page of Google in 2012 – this article provides tips on optimizing your site, including looking at on-page SEO for WordPress.
  5. WordPress SEO Tips – Ultimate Guide – there’s a lot of information here on everything from choosing domain names to using a CDN, structured data and microformats.

Other WordPress Plugins

Of course, it’s not all about SEO when it comes to WordPress. You can do lots of different things with this blogging package as you’ll see later in this article. For now, here are some other people’s views on top WordPress plugins. Be warned, too many plugins will slow your WordPress site down, so be choosy about the ones you install.

  1. Popular plugins on WordPress.org – if a lot of people are using and reviewing plugins, you know they have to be worth a look.
  2. 80 Best WordPress Plugins – Want Unfair Advantage? – a huge list from TripWire magazine.
  3. The 25 Best WordPress Plugins – want to supercharge your site? That’s what PCMag offers with its list.
  4. The 10 best WordPress plugins for designers – this post looks at the best plugins for more creative types, including options for slideshows and videos.
  5. The 15 Best WordPress Plugins to Use in 2012 – starting with popular plugin W3TotalCache, this delivers what it promises.
  6. The Best WordPress Plugins – MakeUseOf offers screenshots and descriptions on this plugin roundup page.
  7. The 25 Best WordPress Plugins Ever – this includes plugins for managing comments, adding forms, giving your site a mobile interface and more.

WordPress Videos

Some people are more visual learners. If you fall into that category, then check out these sites and links with helpful WordPress videos.

  1. WordPress TV – this site by Automattic has more than 400 WordPress videos from the WordCamp conference
  2. WP Beginner videos – these are free but you have to subscribe to gain access to them.
  3. WP101 – there are some free videos but you will have to subscribe if you want access to all of them.
  4. 30 Excellent WordPress Video Tutorials – Six Revisions’ WordPress video collection
  5. 110+ Massive WordPress Video Tutorial Collection – a huge selection of WordPress videos from 1st Web Designer.

Hacking WordPress

If you want to do a bit more with WordPress, then check out these sites and tutorials with tips on hacking WordPress. Many of them have been around for a while, but people are still finding the tips useful.

WordPress Inspiration

Finally, to round out the series and provide some inspiration, let’s look at how people are using WordPress.

Proof that if you’re using WordPress, you’re not alone is in WordPress.com’s stats page. And there’s no need to wonder if you have made the right choice when brands like CNN, The New York Times and Reuters are among the notable users leveraging the WordPress platform. And there are some interesting stats on how people are using WordPress in this infographic.

That’s where we end our megalist today. We’ll be back soon with an update on other useful WordPress resources.