People build websites for countless reasons. Some want a space for personal expression and growth, while others focus exclusively on generating income. There’s also a wide area in the middle of this spectrum, full of websites that need to check several boxes: to educate, inspire, connect, and collect some money along the way.
Have you considered accepting payments on your site but weren’t sure how to go about it without distracting from your content? From a blogger’s tip jar to a nonprofit organization soliciting donations, the possibilities are endless. Here are three examples of websites using the Simple Payments button to great effect while staying true to their core mission.
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