In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up a TOS page that you can use to force users to look at/accept your terms of service before accessing the content of your site.
By default, WordPress will create a page for each of the attachments you have in your media library (images, videos, pdf’s, etc.). With Memberium, you can easily disable those attachment pages by using “Disable Attachment Pages” option.
BuddyPress Groups is a BuddyPress feature which allows your users to join and create different groups, share content within the group, invite new members, etc. Using Memberium, you can automatically add users with specific Infusionsoft tags to a specific BuddyPress group or restrict (auto-ban) them from specific group.
You’ve just introduced a new feature on your membership site and you want to see how it works for regular non-admin users? In this article, we’ll cover one of the most common questions – how to create a test user with Memberium for Infusionsoft?
The MakePass scanner is the latest method to create passwords for new members. Rather than relying on an unreliable HTTP POST, this new feature scans your Infusionsoft contact database for new members, generates passwords for them, and then runs a completion action on each contact. The scans run every three minutes.
You can configure your MakePass scanner by going to Memberium->Sync Options
There are cases when you want to allow your users to self-cancel their subscription with you. Here are some of the steps you can take in order to implement this.
Micah Mitchell, CEO of Memberium interviewed Melodie Moore, founder and CEO of Business Tech Ninjas – a marketing agency that specializes in building Memberium based membership sites. She was the very first official Memberium Certified Partner back in 2015 and we’re proud to announce Business Tech Ninjas the Memberium Certified Partner of the Month for November 2018. Watch the video to know more about Melodie and Business Tech Ninjas.
You have already created content on your membership site and you are looking to give limited free/trial access to just a small portion of it, while still offering your free/trial users to get full access by purchasing/upgrading to a paid membership level?
We’ll try to help you get started with creating a basic free or free trial Infusionsoft campaign sequence, so that you can properly provide a way for your users to upgrade their account to a paying one. Along with that, we’ll also cover how to configure Memberium in order to create proper content protection of your content.
In this post, we’ll show you how to conditionally display or hide Divi Builder modules based on a member’s existing Infusionsoft tags, current membership level or based on the user’s current login status (logged in or logged out).