Need help on how to set up a paid membership access website.

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  1. bearss

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    Hi,



    I need help on how to set up a paid membership access website.



    I don't know any programming languages, but I know I can use different kinds of software

    (Content management system?) to do the job.



    I have also talked to CCBill, but I am not sure how it integrates with a website.

    Does anyone have any experience with CCBill?

    What kind of software's are recommended for building a paid membership access website?



    I hope you can give me some help.




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  2. virt_train

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    Hi Bjorn,

    Wordpress + S2 Membership plugin works. S2 membership supports payment gateways like PayPal®, PayPal® Pro, Authorize.Net®, Google® Checkout, ClickBank®.
     
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  3. AmbitiousStudent

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    Paypal's an easy choice seeing as though it's such a simple checkout proccess (less headaches and reading for your customers). A lot of gateways are a bit dodgy so I'd recommend you go on a review and comparison site like this one http://payment-gateway-services-review.toptenreviews.com/ to help find what you are looking for. It is important that you don;t handle the credit card information yourself on your website because if you get hacked or something leaks you could get sued so bad it will destroy you.

    Always ensure a 3rd party payment gateway handles the scary side of it that way you are safe from harm.
     

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