Memberium comes with built-in integration for three different Learning Management Systems (LMS). Memberium seamlessly ties these systems into your Infusionsoft app for two way communication, access control, and automation. In order to understand whether or not you need an LMS for your site, it’s important to understand what we’re talking about.
Drip feeding content is a powerful content delivery model with several applications and benefits for both the membership site owner, and for the people who consume the content. Drip feeding is essentially the process of scheduling the delivery of content to the user, so that they don’t get all the content at once. This document reviews different drip feeding strategies and how to implement them using Memberium and Infusionsoft.
Woo Sensei (Sensei) is Woo Themes entree into the Learning Management System (LMS) space for WordPress. Now owned by Automattic, Sensei is the more expensive option alongside LearnDash and WP Courseware. You can learn more about Woo Sensei at their site. Memberium’s integration for Woo Sensei includes, Automated Course Enrollment, Lesson access controlled by tags, and course and lesson completion support for Campaign Builder, tags and legacy Actionsets.
Learn how to migrate your content from CustomerHub to Memberium/WordPress step by step.
At the end of this year, 2019, Memberium will be dropping support for anything below PHP 7. As of January 1, 2020 new Memberium versions will require PHP 7 or higher.
In this guide, you’ll see how to setup automated login reminders with Memberium and Infusionsoft.
This will help keep your members engaged by sending friendly email reminders if they haven’t logged in for a set period of time.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to resume a drip campaign where it was left once a Member updates their payment details after a payment already failed.
In this post, we’ll show you 7 examples of well-built membership site sales pages to draw inspiration from. We’ll look at how they convince visitors to sign up, whether they offer trials, their call to actions, and much more.
In this post we'll show you how to display or hide menu items in Wordpress conditionally based on a member's existing Infusionsoft tags.
Controlling menu items conditionally might seem a bit scary at first, but once you understand how it works it's really easy to do.
In certain situations you'll want to control the visibility of menu items based on a logged in member's existing Infusionsoft tags. Or you'll want to only display specific menu links to logged out visitors.
How to sync WooCommerce and Infusionsoft by Keap using Memberium. WooCommerce membership site tutorial and video guide.