Paid Member Subscriptions

How to Use a Membership Website Builder – WordPress Website Design Article

A membership website builder for WordPress lets you build a premium content library that only registered members can access. You can use this to share exclusive articles, video content, tutorials, private forums, or online courses with your members. Building a membership website in WordPress is a great way to generate recurring revenue for your business. For example, you can create an exclusive community, charge users for access to premium content, or drip content (like online courses) to learners. In this…

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How to setup a Subscription WordPress Plugin for capturing recurring revenue – WordPress Website Design Article

Using a subscription WordPress plugin is an excellent way to start building recurring revenue for your membership site or e-commerce store. You can easily keep track of recurring revenue as well as the number or active subscribers. The beauty of a subscription-based model is that you pretty much know how much money will come in every month or billing cycle, and can count on that. Instead of selling your services or products every single month, using a subscription WordPress plugin…

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How To Create a Divi Membership Site – WordPress Website Design Article

If you’re thinking of building a membership site in WordPress, you’ll need a solid theme, like Divi, and a membership plugin that pairs well with it, like Paid Member Subscriptions. Done right, you can use your Divi membership site to: Create membership tiers Sell products, online courses, or training programs Create registration pages and registration forms Set up automatic email notifications In this complete guide, we’ll show you how to create a Divi membership site using the popular Divi theme…

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5 Examples of Membership Websites + How To Create Your Own – WordPress Website Design Article

A membership website is a private part of your website where registered users can get access to special content. You can apply the idea behind membership websites to a ton of different situations, which is why creating a membership site has become an incredibly popular strategy in 2020 and beyond. You can use your membership site to offer gated content, create a private forum/community, offer special product discounts, plus a whole lot more. Then, you can open up your membership…

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Stripe SCA support in Paid Member Subscriptions. You’re covered! – WordPress Website Design Article

Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) takes effect on September 14, 2019. Let’s look at what it is and how it affects your membership site powered by Paid Member Subscriptions, especially if you’re using the Stripe add-on to collect member payments. What is Secure Customer Authentication or SCA? Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is part of PSD2 (Payment Services Directive 2) regulation in Europe, that will require changes to how your European customers authenticate online payments in order to help reduce fraud. After…

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Sell Group Memberships in WordPress using Paid Member Subscriptions plugin – WordPress Website Design Article

Selling group memberships on your WordPress site is a great way to increase revenue by making subscriptions purchase more convenient to certain customers. You don’t even need to completely reinvent the wheel if you already have a membership site of your own. In this post, we’re going to walk you through the process of using Paid Member Subscriptions to setup and sell group memberships. First, let’s go over what group subscriptions are and who purchases them. Why You Should Sell…

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Create Dynamic WordPress Tables That Only Paying Members Can See – WordPress Website Design Article

As an online business owner, there are many reasons why you might consider restricting access to content. For example, if you’re running a membership site, selling online courses or paid subscriptions, or you’d like to make it easy for the sales department to access marketing collateral on the go. For this, you’ll need a content restriction plugin – we’ll use Paid Member Subscriptions – and an easy way to be able to showcase the members-only content. Maybe you want to…

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How to build an Elementor Membership Site with Paid Member Subscriptions – WordPress Website Design Article

Looking to add membership functionality to an Elementor powered website? Using Paid Member Subscriptions you’ll get access to content restriction based on membership plan, plus the ability to customize restriction messages & templates directly from Elementor’s front-end visual interface. In this tutorial we’ll go through the steps required to build an Elementor membership site. To make things even better, know that all this functionality is available for free in Paid Member Subscriptions. Before we get started, let’s have a look…

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Edit Form Labels in Paid Member Subscriptions – WordPress Website Design Article

There are situations where you might want to change the default form field labels, messages or buttons in Paid Member Subscriptions to better match your membership site profile. We now offer the ability to edit any label coming from the plugin through the Labels Edit add-on. This is a free add-on which is available in all Paid Member Subscriptions versions. Using it you can easily modify any label without having to write any code or alter the core plugin files.…

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Add Payments Manually in Paid Member Subscriptions – WordPress Website Design Article

There are certain situations where an admin needs to add payments manually for some subscribers of his membership site. As it has constantly been requested by our membership plugin users, the ability to manually add a payment and link that to a member is now part of Paid Member Subscriptions core. This offers extra flexibility when dealing with payments that don’t go through the website system. Whether you’re paid by some members in cash, via a bank wire or credit…

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Troubleshooting Failed Payments on Your Membership Site – WordPress Website Design Article

If you’re running a paid membership website, failed payments will reduce your revenue.On most WordPress membership sites, involuntary churn (resulted from issues such as failed payments rather than direct cancellations) has a significant impact on growth. Learning how to deal with failed payments on your membership site and how to quickly identify the reason behind a failed payment can greatly reduce their negative effect. Using the right tools you can recover much of this otherwise lost revenue. Top Reasons for…

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Limit Discount Code Uses per User in Paid Member Subscriptions – WordPress Website Design Article

Using the Discount Codes add-on for Paid Member Subscriptions you can now limit discount code uses per user when signing up for a paid subscription plan. Discount codes are a great incentive when trying to attract new subscribers to your membership site. There are however a few scenarios in which users may abuse the use of a certain code for accessing the benefits of a paid subscription (like restricted content or member-only products). Let’s say you’re using discounts as a…

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Prevent Account Sharing on Membership Sites – WordPress Website Design Article

If you’re a membership site owner, having an easy way to prevent account sharing will protect your revenue and increase your subscriber base in the long term. There are of course multiple ways to tackle the login credentials sharing problem. From adopting only social login as a method of authentication, to limiting the number of sessions, MAC or IP addresses a member can use when accessing your paid resources. None of them is bullet proof. The main idea is to…

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