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
The old marketing adage that it costs twice as much to attract a new customer as it does to keep one also applies to your website’s visitors. The secret behind any successful website is not just in the number of new visitors they attract, but in how many of those visitors they get to come … 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