Membership sites are interesting because of their unique way of delivering content to the readers. It is an effective model of delivering content to your members. In laymen’s terms, a membership site provides you complete control over your content by selectively enabling/disabling access of site content to members.
Offering paid membership content is an excellent way to generate revenue from your WordPress site. Unfortunately, in its out-of-the-box configuration, WordPress doesn’t have very many capabilities to make this happen. You need to turn to a third-party plugin to set up a fully functioning membership site. Enter the Ultimate Membership Pro (UMP) WordPress plugin. Ultimate Membership … Read more
We all know how WordPress is a full blown CMS. Let us add to its inventory. Have you ever wanted to run a membership based WordPress site where people can buy paid content such as PDFs or video tutorials? Consider ElegantThemes for example. They are a popular WordPress theme company. They run WordPress at their … Read more
Adding a membership subscription to your blog or website is one way to add a stable new revenue stream. Membership options on established blogs are becoming quite prevalent at the moment, some examples are the Tuts+ Premium Network (10,000 members at $9 per month!), SpoonGraphics Access All Areas ($7 per month), Web Design Ledger Premium … Read more