PayPal Subscription Button Alternative

Posted by Dodd Caldwell · Sep 12, 2013

We’ve had a lot of small businesses begin using MoonClerk to power the subscription payments for their subscription services. For a long time PayPal, along with their PayPal Subscription button, was one of the only viable options for these small businesses to accept subscription payments online. We won’t get into all of the differences and advantages of using MoonClerk over PayPal here but you can read more on our previous blog post titled PayPal Recurring Payments vs. MoonClerk Recurring Payments.

Now that we have more and more small businesses using MoonClerk for subscriptions, we’ve launched a MoonClerk alternative to the PayPal Subscription button. It should make it even easier for you to use MoonClerk to accept subscription payments on your website. By using our PayPal Subscription button alternative, you’ll be able to easily place a blue subscribe button on your site without having to do any design work or programming. When one of your customers clicks on the MoonClerk subscription button, they’ll automatically be directed to the corresponding MoonClerk payment form that you’ve created.

Here’s what it looks like:

MoonClerk Subscription Button

Our subscribe button should work on any blog or website and most all modern web CMS’s (Content Management Systems) and website builders such as WordPress, SquareSpace, Virb, Tumblr, Weebly, Wix, etc.

You can read how to implement our PayPal Subscription button alternative in our Help section.

If you’re a small business and need to accept subscription payments but haven’t settled on a payment provider yet or aren’t pleased with your PayPal, we’d love for you to learn more about how we can help. You can learn a bit more about what MoonClerk can do for you business on our small business billing software page. At the bottom of this page, you can also see who MoonClerk is ideal for. You may find your industry in there to learn how MoonClerk can help your specific business.

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