Google Checkout: store gadget
create online store using google docs - no coding required
"The Google Checkout store gadget allows you to quickly and easily create an online store using a Google Docs spreadsheet."
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A possibly useful resource flagged up on the LRUG list.
Excellent article on using a merchant / gateway combination. Can be cheaper than paypal al toldiPhone, MySpace, Facebook Race To Micropayments In 2009
Application platforms, broadly defined, are here to stay. Facebook's platform, first launched in 2007, now has tens of thousands of applications. MySpace, which ...Hacker News | Ask HN: how do you process payments?
comments by devs re paypal, google checkout, authorize.net, etc.Introduction To Online Payments - TL;DR: It's A Total Bitch - Meat In The Sky Blog
As far as I'm concerned, there are three real options: PayPal Website Payments Pro; Braintree Gateway + Account; Authorize.net + Merchant Account
Online payments are a bitch. Just over a decade ago, you had to hook up your online commerce system to an actual terminal that would send bleeps and bloops to the gateways, but even today, it's not much better. There are still a plethora of players who have to touch your information to process a simple credit card transaction, and each and every one of them gets to take a little bit of your money and introduce their own technical hassles. While there are never any easy answers - every option has pretty severe tradeoffs - I'm going to try to shed some light on how the process works and look at some of the major players/options you have for accepting payments on your website.