ProductDyno + Paddle
If you’re ready to integrate Paddle with ProductDyno, you’ll find the process really simple.
Check out this quick video tutorial for the full instructions:
It’s a good idea to get accounts with several payment processors. If one goes down (and it does happen), you can swap it out with one of your alternatives. That means you can be back up and running in just a couple minutes.
But here’s something else… It’s also a good idea to use multiple payment processors just to see which one converts the best for you. Some of them are branded with trusted names. Some create the order form for you, while others let you customize the form. These sorts of options can have significant impacts on your conversion rate, so it’s worth testing these factors.
You may have noticed ProductDyno lets you use any of a dozen popular payment processors. Here's one for you to consider: Paddle.
Paddle, which is a is a checkout, ecommerce and analytics platform that’s designed for software developers, here's what we like about it.
- The service offers a variety of good features, including recurring payments, free trials and coupons. If you’re selling software, you can also sell from directly within an app (“in app purchases”).
- There is no monthly fee, so it’s a good option for those who are just starting out.
- You can activate the “checkout recovery” feature, which sends an email whenever someone abandons a cart. Very good way to boost conversions. (Though take note that this is a paid add-on.)
One downside is that Paddle isn’t as affiliate friendly as other platforms, as it doesn’t offer features such as profit sharing, instant affiliate commissions or automatic bonus delivery. Another downside is that you don’t get instant payments either. Once you cross the $50 payment threshold, you’ll receive your money from Paddle once per month.