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CM Pay Per Post (CMPPP) - Payment Options - MicroPayments vs. EDD vs. WooCommerce


Payment Options - Choosing Between MicroPayments, EDD, and WooCommerce

The plugin has two option for handling payments: through virtual wallets or through direct payments.

 In both cases, the plugin allows you to set a price for a specific or group of post or pages on your site.

Visual Breakdown


Explanation

1) Virtual Wallet - With CM MicroPayments

Allows you to assign digital wallets to users and charge them with points. This options Requires the  CM MicroPayments plugin installed.

Working with  CM MicroPayments means that each logged-in user has a wallet associated with him/her. In order to activate the subscription, he/she must first purchase the virtual currency which was set. Purchasing the Virtual currency can be done directly using PayPal or, if using Easy Digital Downloads, by any supported payment method available with EDD (more than 30).

The virtual currency can be based not on real money but on point, which the user gains or spends while performing tasks set by the admin.

Once the user tries to activate the subscription the plugin check if he/she has enough "points" in his wallet. If not, the plugin will suggest to purchase points. 


2) Direct Payments - With EDD / WooCommerce

Allows you to charge users directly through different payment gateways, such as PayPal. 

This option requires these to be installed:

  • Easy Digital Downloads or the WooCommerce.
  • Pay Per Post Payment Add-on. which is an add-on for PPP that connects it with EDD and WooCommerce.
  • Notice: The add-on file is named Pay Per Post EDD Payments, even though it also includes WooCommerce support.

WooCommerce is currently the most used eCommerce solution for WordPress and treats each download as a downloadable product. EDD only handles virtual products, which it calls Downloads. PayPerPost works and behaves the same way with both.

When configuring EDD or WooCommerce, you can select which payment gateways to use. Some common options include Stripe, PayPal, Skrill, and 2Checkout.


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