How Does Paypal Ship Now Work

Do you own an online business and frequently sending out parcels or goods through a courier? Then, good news for everyone because PayPal accepts delivery of your items to your receiver.

This makes the process of delivering products to buyers more convenient and easier. It’s for the reason that you won’t need to fall in line just to send your item. All you have to do is sign up for their delivery and visit their office to drop of your parcel. If you just heard of this news, scroll down to know how to utilize this feature.

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How to Use PayPal Ship Now

PayPal Ship Now allows PayPal users, who own online business, to easily sends out their products to their customers. It is a new way to deliver items in a more secure and faster way with the help of UPS and USPS courier.

Before you proceed, make sure that your PayPal account is upgraded into a business account. If you have a personal account, you can convert it by going to your profile summary and applying for the business one. After making sure that you have this, you can follow the steps below to use this feature.

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  1. Launch your browser and go to PayPal’s official website
  2. Log in to your account and go to Recent Activity.
  3. From here, select Ready to Ship and click on Print Shipping Label.
  4. You will then be redirected to another window where you are required to fill in the shipping details. This includes the package size and weight, shipping options, and service type.
  5. Once you have completed entering the necessary information, click on Calculate Shipping Cost.
  6. Review all the details of your shipment and hit Confirm and Pay button. 
  7. Finally, print the shipping label and go to the nearest UPS or USPS, along with your parcel, to complete the delivery process. 

Infographic: How to Create a Successful Youtube Channel

A successful Youtube channel is one of the factors which brought fortune to some of the “vloggers” (video bloggers). Yes, it is easy to create a channel in just a few clicks. However, the success of your channel lies on the people who constantly go back to YouTube to watch videos.

Not all YouTube channel is successful. Many tried to pursue vlogging but failed, while some are just starting and already successful. Why? There are many reasons to consider with regards to that issue. In here, we will tackle all that factors and the steps on how you can have a successful YouTube channel.

What is a YouTube Channel

Youtube is available as a website for all devices. It comes with an application for smartphones such as Android and iOS (iPhone/iPad). Videos from YouTube can be downloaded using different video downloader and can be played on various media players.

A YouTube channel serves as your homepage for your account. You can create a personal and a business channel. Some of the purpose why people create a YouTube channel are:

  • To provide electronic learning materials. It consists of video tutorials and lessons on various topics including but not limited to make-up application, playing instruments and cooking.
  • To share stories. People are now engaging in video blogging to share their day-to-day life and give some tips on anything.
  • To promote tourism. Some of the vloggers chose to capture and record beautiful places to promote and give ideas to anyone who wants to travel.
  • To give updates. These updates are consists of the latest news and trends in different areas such as weather, current happenings, the latest release of tech products and many more.

There are many more reasons why a person is creating a YouTube channel. But, there is only one goal – and that is to be known, gain millions of subscribers until such channel has succeeded.

Start Creating a Successful YouTube Channel Now

Here are some of the tips you may need when you start creating your YouTube channel. So, learn from the image below and try to remember everything that is written here. We hope that this will help you a lot.

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Source: Internet