Infographic: PayPal vs. Stripe

By Mark Zeni

If you sell stuff online, you probably already used PayPal at some point. It was one of the first online payment solutions that worked across the globe and was easy enough to integrate with any type of website.

Despite being really easy to integrate, PayPal is not that flexible, which irritates some webmasters.

Over the last few years many competing solutions poped in the market, and Stripe is probably the most popular one.

Now if you are in doubt regarding which would be better for your site, the guys from HostingFacts.com created the infographic below to facilitate your comparisson. Enjoy.

paypal-stripe-comparison




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5 Responses to “Infographic: PayPal vs. Stripe”

  • Phagu Mahato

    I personally use PayPal for online transaction. It is easy to verify and access.

  • a4nuser

    Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly.[1][2] They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends.[3][4] Similar pursuits are information visualization, data visualization, statistical graphics, information design, or information architecture.[2] Infographics have evolved in recent years to be for mass communication, and thus are designed with fewer assumptions about the readers knowledge base than other types of visualizations. Isotypes are an early example of infographics conveying information quickly and easily to the masses.

  • a4nuser

    Early
    In 1626, Christoph Scheiner published the Rosa Ursina sive Sol, a book that revealed his research about the rotation of the sun. Infographics appeared in the form of illustrations demonstrating the Sun’s rotation patterns.

    In 1786, William Playfair, an engineer and political economist, published the first data graphs in his book The Commercial and Political Atlas. To represent the economy of 18th Century England, Playfair used statistical graphs, bar charts, line graphs, area charts, and histograms. In his work, Statistical Breviary, he is credited with introducing the first pie chart.

    Around 1820, modern geography was established by Carl Ritter.His maps included shared frames, agreed map legends, scales, repeatability, and fidelity. Such a map can be considered a “supersign” which combines sign systems as defined by Charles Sanders Peirce consisting of symbols, icons, indexes as representations. Other examples can be seen in the works of geographers Ritter and Alexander von Humboldt.

  • Janelle Lineisy

    It depends on how the business chooses to integrate the payment service – whether the merchant chooses to use the hosted payment page option or integrate with some other shopping cart or use one of the other options offered by both PayPal and Stripe.

  • a4nuser

    A visual representation of information or data, e.g. as a chart or diagram.

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