One tool you can use to improve retention and engagement is reminding your users to log back into the site. I’ll show you how to automate email reminders based on the last login time with Memberium for ActiveCampaign.
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The standard WordPress login page isn’t terribly attractive, or compatible with theme and brand design. It’s not uncommon to want to improve the login experience. Memberium provides a way to generate standard WordPress login forms on your site on any page you wish.
How to use WooCommerce to Sell Your Membership Program Or Online Course with Memberium for ActiveCampaign
ActiveCampaign doesn’t have any built-in E-Commerce features. Which means if you want to sell an online course, membership program or any other type of digital product, you’ll need to use a separate piece of software to be able to sell anything.
The good news is you can use WooCommerce and ActiveCampaign’s Woocommerce plugin to be able to do this. This is available for free to all ActiveCampaign users who are on a Plus, Professional or Enterprise level plan.
Drip feeding is a method through which you can deliver content through some pre-defined schedule to the user. In this article, we’ll take a look at two different type of drips – simple evergreen drips and activity-based drips.
In this article, we’ll show you how you can use Sensei, along with Memberium for ActiveCampaign, in order to protect your courses.
Use this overview guide to compare Spiffy, WooCommerce, ThriveCart, SamCart, and Shopify for use with ActiveCampaign. We compare the features each one offers, the level of automation you can achieve, and more.
This post will give you a detailed overview of what PAYF, SUSP, and CANC tags are, and how you can use them to automate certain administrative actions.
In this guide, I’ll show you step-by-step how to migrate from MemberPress to Memberium for ActiveCampaign. We’ll migrate your contacts, content, and billing one piece at a time.
The Confirmation Link example provided in the plugin allows you to send a user an email through ActiveCampaign with a special one-time-use link. When the link is clicked, it will create the record in WordPress, generate a password, automatically log the user into the site, and apply a tag if you’ve optionally configured it.