In 200+ countries where PayPal operates, creators now can sell goods and services, receive tips and donations, and accept requests in a seamless manner.
Commerce Links, which debuted in March 2021, is a set of new features that allow Linktree users to accept payments directly on their Linktree. Commerce Links offer followers and users with faster ways to buy, additional revenue options, and the opportunity for Linktree members to interact their online environment to their goods or services.
Linktree is based in Melbourne, Australia, and was founded in 2016 by brothers Alex and Anthony Zaccaria, as well as Nick Humphreys. Creators, brands, artists, publishers, agencies, and companies of all sizes use Linktree to build an online ecosystem, interact with their audience, and monetize their interests. Selena Gomez, TikTok, Red Bull, Alicia Keys, Facebook, the Los Angeles Clippers, HBO, Comedy Central and Jessica Alba are among the platform's 16 million users worldwide.
According to Alex Zaccaria, co-founder, and CEO of Linktree, as the creative economy expands, creators desire innovative ways to collect support and funding from their audience with as little effort as possible. He added “We're thrilled to be working with PayPal to bring more of our products to our users across the world, allowing them to better manage and monetize their online presence.”
The new PayPal integration allows Linktree users to link their PayPal accounts and get paid directly on their Linktree by their guests using PayPal, a debit card, or a credit card. Linktree users may also get useful statistics on their transactions, payment conversion rates, and other important information to assist them to manage their online presence. This statement is the latest in Linktree's series of creator-focused initiatives. With the integration of PayPal, creators may simply get assistance from their fans all across the world.