We’re excited to announce at this year’s SuccessCon in San Diego (May 8th-10th, 2019) Memberium will be holding a half-day membership site workshop.

The last three years we held a two-day event called the “Membership Summit” up until ICON was cancelled. At SuccessCon this year, we’ll be taking the most important pieces from this event (with a few exciting updates) and have boiled it down into a half-day workshop for you.

For this month only you can get $200 off your ticket plus a few awesome bonuses from us (worth over $1,700) when you buy a SuccessCon ticket with the promo code ‘memberium’.

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We’re happy to release a new set of 24 “plug and play” page templates that make it easier and faster for anyone to build and launch a membership site or online course with Memberium.

All membership sites have a common set of pages that it needs to be able to work as a “membership site”.Instead of having to build all these pages one by one yourself, we’ve done most of the work for you now so you can use these templates to get any new membership site launched quickly.

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When most people think of a “membership site," they think of a website where you pay a monthly fee to get access to a bunch of videos and content.

While this is true for most sites, the truth is there’s so much more that a membership site can potentially help a business accomplish besides this.

A lot of tasks and processes, that generally involve a person having to do manually, can be automated with a membership site and Infusionsoft.

In this post we’ll show you 6 ways, besides just delivering info products and video content, that you can use Memberium for to help automate certain tasks or processes within your business.

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Make sure the test member’s email isn’t the same as an existing wordpress admin email. Log ins for test members can’t use the same email addresses as wordpress admins.

Check the password field in a test member record in user’s Infusionsoft app. See if a password is saved in the field.

If no password is present, make sure there’s an http post happening after a new member submits a web form or order form, and make sure it correctly has your http post Auth key added. If it’s not, add &auth_key=yourcustomauthkey to the end of any http posts being sent to your wordpress site.

An example of a correct http post with an auth key properly added is: