Or if you really want to use Zen, what about setting up a product that costs $1.00 and then people can enter the quantity as the amount they want to donate. So they would be buying quantity of 10 to donate $10.
You could also use Mal's (http://www.mals-e.com) to have a "make a payment" button. That's what I use on my site for my Make a Payment page. People can enter any amount they need to pay and then proceed through checkout and use Paypal, credit card, etc.
Originally Posted by ajohnson45
He's a liar, he's so not an investor. I would bet that it's someone who knows you and is trying to push your buttons. I know this sounds totally cynical, but things like that happen...
Some people really have nothing better to do with their lives. lame
Yeah, that was my thought too, unfortunately. What an $%&*#. And they're definitely wrong about your site, but I'm sure they know that.
I used to worry about this too, when I had my diaper store in my sig and actually was posting regularly in the diapering forum (neither of which I do anymore). Actually, I always ended up posting less once I paid for my sig ad for this very reason...how silly is that! I don't know how to get around it really...one thing I would do is post my recommendations and include products that I don't carry. I mean, I know there were a lot of brands I didn't carry, so I made sure to...
Yup, I've had that happen and a couple of times I've emailed back asking them who they are lol and causally mentioning that a link to their site or some other identifying info would be super helpful! I even received a couple of newsletters from someone who, in their newsletters, didn't have a link to their store or even the name of the store and it was from a personal email address so I emailed and suggested what you said and they definitely changed it (and were very...
I use this one: http://www.listmessenger.com/ for myself and for clients as well. They have a free version (for up to 200 subscribers) and a Pro version (unlimited subscribers and you can save newsletter templates) and it's easy to use. I like how it can be integrated into an existing site design and people can view past newsletters (if you want) and update their preferences on your site.