So you want to sell something online but you don't want to pay for a shopping cart, right?
PayPal was one of Max and Elon's best projects. It works and it's simple just like LPK7.com, so naturally support was added back in 2008 I think. Since then, there has been no need to do anything other than post a picture and description of a "for sale" item onto your website and add buttons for people to pay. Sure the option to add a Merchant Account and all that sort of stuff is obviously available in LPK7.com but if this is your first day as an online storekeeper (most people), you more than likely do not have such an account and you don't want or need one. There is no need to pay for either at this point.
The reason is that you have one single thing to sell or just a few things (not enough to care about a shopping cart, yet). You put all today's eggs into (as far as that particular set of keywords anyway) what is a sure hit is what this website is all about, the one thing, the thing of the day. "Keep it moving" I always say.
By now, if you have either tried it yourself or read enough of this blog, you can see I do not waste time and want obvious, expected, results if at all possible. Once more we revert to the tried and true 1,2,3 method:
The simplest way to handle this is to add your one or few products into your website with a picture, description and payment button. Click the PayPal button in the editor then make sure your PayPal email is correct and fill in the button details. Next, click INSERT. This takes seconds not hours like other services. It has taken seconds for 10 years as far as I know. I am sure 99.999% of ALL Internet users did not know it was that fast, with the right service. If your service is not that fast or easy, then you may want to try LPK7.com.