Breaking the vicious circle of late push payment for big B2B and personal bills

Why do you issue big bills? Ok, so you're a type of business that issues invoices to your customers for sizeable amounts. The customers or clients you invoice might be other businesses, or

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So! Now you’ve got Partial.ly. What next??

Promoting the payment plans that are now in your ecommerce store Ok, you've taken the big step and have got started with Partial.ly payment plans. The functionality is plugged into your website,

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Turning your special interest into a thriving ecommerce store

An accidental empire We've all heard the story about geeks starting a computer business in a garage, and like 40 years later, it's an accidental empire and the world's biggest company by market

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Partial.ly extension for OpenCart: Now more support for open source ecommerce webstores

Plug payment plans easily into OpenCart ecommerce websites Open source software is very popular with web developers that build ecommerce stores. In part, this is because it accelerates the ‘go live’ timeframe allowing

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3 tips for designing payment plans to minimize risk and drive ecommerce sales

Designing payment plans with Partial.ly Designing payment plans is a very interesting topic and it’s worth taking the time out to consider how best to do it. With Partial.ly, you

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The art of persuasion and growing ecommerce sales

Incentivizing shoppers In the quest to grow ecommerce sales there are a number of ways to drive sales. For some, making sales face-to-face and the ability to close is all about the art

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Have you considered these alternatives to conventional invoicing for your customers?

A funny thing about innovation… There’s a funny thing about innovation, especially when we are talking about processes and the way things are organized within a business. Processes tend to get embedded,

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Partial.ly goes WooCommerce native with custom plugin

Payment plans made simple for WooCommerce We mentioned about the exciting things happening at Partial.ly in our last blog. Here, we thought we’d expand a little on one of them that

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New for 2018: Brand, website and widget

We’re getting a bit excited! It’s an exciting time for us here at Partial.ly. We’re a relatively young and fast growing company. We’re always investing to keep our

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Partial.ly checkout buttons

Partial.ly currently has eight checkout buttons for ecommerce merchants to use on their cart page. However, merchants are welcome to use whatever image or html button design they'd like for their Partial.

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Great American Teach-In 2017

Every year, the founders of Partial.ly participate in the Great American Teach-In. This year, we sent Ben to Orange Grove Middle School, a magnet school for creative arts in Tampa, Florida. While

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Partial.ly Affiliate Program

We're very excited to announce the launch of the Partial.ly affialite program. Merchants, customers, developments agencies, marketing agencies and many others have requested an affiliate program so they can share their appreciate

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Hurricane Irma

Partial.ly took a direct hit from Hurricane Irma on Sunday, September 10th, 2017. The Partial.ly offices are located in Tampa, Florida, along with the homes of all Partial.ly employees. While

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Partial.ly 2.0 Announcement

We're thrilled to announce the release of Partial.ly 2.0, the first major version update of Partial.ly since it's release in Fall 2015. We've listened to our merchants and customers very

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Shipping - 2.0 Feature Spotlight

One of the biggest improvements to Partial.ly is the addition of shipping support. Merchants can now charge for shipping as a separate, additional fee for their payment plans. Merchants can set up

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Multiple Line Item Fees - Feature Spotlight

The initial version of Partial.ly allowed merchants to enter a single fee for offers and payment plans, as a fixed $ amount or a % of the total. This worked for most merchants and

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