Integrating Drip and PayPal

PayPal is an online money transfer system that makes it simple for sellers to accept payments. Integrating Drip with PayPal automatically adds customers as subscribers in your Drip account (if they are not already there) and records an event for that subscriber.

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Integrating Drip and Stripe

Stripe lets you accept web and mobile payments, regardless of the size of your business. Integrating Drip with Stripe automatically adds customers as subscribers in your Drip account (if they are not already there) and records an event for that subscriber.

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Integrating Drip and ClickBank

ClickBank helps you make money online by selling and promoting digital products. Integrating Drip with ClickBank automatically adds your ClickBank customers as subscribers in your Drip account (if they are not already there) and records an event for that subscriber.

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Integrating Drip and Recurly

Recurly is an enterprise-class subscription and recurring billing management. Integrating Drip with Recurly allows you to communicate effectively with your recurring subscribers.

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Integrating Drip and DPD

DPD is a digital publishing platform for selling and delivering downloadable content. Customers can upload their products to DPD and start selling immediately.

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Integrating Drip and Chargify

Chargify enables you to manage recurring charges without having to worry about PCI compliance, SSL certificates, or writing recurring billing code. Drip’s integration allows Chargify to send webhooks into Drip when certain events happen in your Chargify account, such as a successful signup or failed renewal. See below for the full list of events sent, and how to use them in Drip.

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