Mashable article With just a couple of clicks, you can launch an e, Amazon, or eBay store for a fraction of the cost.

Here’s how to do it.1.

Make sure you have a PayPal account.

It’s free, but you’ll need it to pay for things like the domain and billing address.

PayPal is the only online payment method for most retailers, so if you don’t already have one, you should.2.

Go to the PayPal website.3.

Go the PayPal checkout page.4.

Fill out the form.5.

The PayPal website will ask you to provide the email address for the PayPal account, which is your PayPal email address.

If you’re using Gmail, you’ll be asked to provide an email address that’s not in your Gmail address.6.

You’ll then be taken to the next page, where you’ll enter the name of the business you’re looking to start and its email address (if you have one).

If you haven’t created an email account, you won’t be able to use PayPal to start your own store.

The next page will ask for your PayPal payment details.7.

Click the “Submit” button.

You’re done!

If everything went smoothly, PayPal will give you the first payment, and your store will start up automatically.

The store will also show up on your PayPal account as an “online merchant.”

You can use this to book and track purchases from your store.8.

Check your PayPal transaction history.

You can see how many payments you made on your account.

If the amount was $1,000, it shows up as $1.99.

If it was $5,000 or more, it will show up as a $1 purchase.

If your payment went through, it’s displayed as $5.99 on your bill.9.

Check the number of purchases you made.

If there are more than 100, you’ve made more than $5 a day.

If that’s the case, it’ll show up next to your total.

If not, it might not show up at all.10.

Check how many people your store has.

If its more than 50, it could be a sign that you need to hire more people.

If less than 50 people work for your business, then its probably not the right fit for you.

If more than 5,000 people work, it may be a good idea to find a local partner.