Sometimes when we as designers or bloggers create a new web site, we know that at some point in the future – if the site takes off – we may need functionality beyond the current set of WordPress plugins we’ve installed. You might need a membership plugin if you or your client are:
Building a community of people with a shared interest or skill set like a networking group or association.
Holding events and want to limit access or charge differently for certain groups of people.
A coach and hope to sell access to your resources and materials.
Creating a blog around a specific topic — perhaps you are a subject matter expert — and hope to one day monetize the content.
Forming a nonprofit or church that wants to accept recurring donations.
Putting together an online directory.
An arts organization that wants to show members’ works online and hold events.
Dreaming of ways to connect people to each other.
What is a membership plugin?
A WordPress membership plugin can serve…
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