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WooCommerce Payment Gateway with SkyVerge Authorize.net CIM Plugin


If you use Authorize.net CIM as your payment gateway, we just released an integration inside One Click Upsells for WooCommerce that you’ll want to check out.

WooCommerce Store Authorize.net CIM Gateway

It’s no secret our friends at SkyVerge have the best solution for connecting your Authorize CIM gateway to your WooCommerce store.

What’s CIM?

CIM stands for Customer Information Manager. The cool thing about CIM is your customers can save the credit cards inside their accounts with your store if they want to.

One Click Upsells Payment Gateway Extension

And now that One Click Upsells for WooCommerce integrates directly with the official WooCommerce Authorize.NET CIM extension from SkyVerge, it’s easy to give your store sales a boost with post purchase one click upsells.

We’ve talked before about why post purchase upsells are so powerful. There’s a big difference between selling to someone who is about to buy and someone who just bought. Someone who decided to enter their credit card information trusts you a lot more than the person who’s still considering their purchase.

This means it’s easier to sell them more solutions. And remember, your product is the solution to someone else’s problem – always.

Once you set up One Click Upsells in your store, your average order value (AOV) gets an instant boost as you add upsells and downsells to your funnel.

And if you’re using Handsome Checkout, which also works seamlessly with SkyVerge’s Authorize.NET solution, you add the power of high converting checkout pages for one or ALL of your products. PLUS – you get to embed WooCommerce Checkout forms on any page.

When you add in Order Bumps and the ability to update quantity and variation directly on your checkout page, it’s powerful.

In fact, we have a lot of people who use this tutorial to make the switch from ClickFunnels to WooCommerce. They save about $267 per month.

If you want to learn more about One Click Upsells for WooCommerce take a look here.

And if you have questions, just let us know.

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In 2009 he started contributing to WordPress and couple years later built his first WooCommerce store. Now he's helping WooCommerce storeowners all over the world make more money with their stores. Wordpress problem solving expert, backend developer, founder of BogdanFix.

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