July 30, 2012

UberCart Accepts 2Checkout

Posted by Tyler Ransburgh

UberCart has added 2Checkout as a payment processor to their open source e-commerce shopping cart.

Ubercart is an open source e-commerce solution fully integrated with Drupal. UberCart is for anyone looking to build a community around a product, sell access to premium content, offer paid file downloads, and much more, all while maintaining a seamless connection to your...

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July 26, 2012

CoffeeCup Integrates with 2Checkout

Posted by Tyler Ransburgh

CoffeeCup logo

2Checkout now integrates with CoffeeCup Software’s Shopping Cart Creator and Web Form Builder.

CoffeeCup Shopping Cart Creator allows you to build web shops in minutes that showcase anything you want to sell. Yo can customize price variations, track your inventory, estimate shipping costs based on weight, and use dozens of other features...

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July 19, 2012

Event Espresso Adds 2Checkout

Posted by Tyler Ransburgh

Event Espresso logo

Event Espresso adds 2Checkout as a payment processor to their growing ticketing plugin.

Event Espresso is an event registration and ticketing management plugin for WordPress. The plugin for allows even basic users to turn existing blogs or websites into a fully featured event management website. Features include...

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July 16, 2012

Content Delivery – Part 1: The Value of White Space

Posted by Simon Paul

The internet and its content are in constant evolution. Websites from the early 1990’s look completely different from what we see today. Technology has been a large part of that change. We now have new and better ways to control how websites look, function, and perform. But we also have a much larger range of devices used to view those websites. The internet has one constant during all this change: its goal is to deliver content. Content is the most...

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October 20, 2011

Do the new 1099-K reporting requirements apply to me?

Posted by 2Checkout

Recently, the United States Government has enacted a law (Internal Revenue Code Section 6050W) which requires payment processors to send an IRS Form 1099-K to all US Sellers who process at least $20,000 and 200 transactions in a given year, starting with 2011. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers to determine how this law may affect you, and instructions on how to update your 2CO account.

What does 2CO need from me?

2CO will...

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