If you’re a membership site owner, then you might be looking for some ideas on monetizing your membership site. So apart from selling subscriptions to your courses and such, there are some other ways also that can be used to monetize membership sites. In this article, we’ll share five ways in which you can monetize your membership site
Category: Membership Tips & Advice
You may have been inspired to create your first course, or maybe you are trying to improve your course creation technique. With so many new courses popping up, how can you set your course apart from the crowd? Here are our best tips for creating a quality e-learning course that will convert.
Infusionsoft is Now Keap In January 2019, Infusionsoft rebranded itself as Keap with an aim to serve an even larger market of small service providers. They choose the Keap name
Learn how you can use the same techniques as Amazon and Apple to grow your membership site. Covered is introductory offers, product bundling, one-click upsells, and more.
This post covers how you can switch from the default Infusionsoft password field to a custom field while letting members keep their existing passwords.
You can offer members a way to pause for a couple months and then after that time their subscription will start back up automatically. During the paused period, they won’t have access to any content.
In this video, we’ll show you how to add or change your site’s logo when using Memberium’s page templates and custom child theme.
In this article, we’ll introduce you to the hub and spoke strategy and walk you through a quick exercise you can follow to generate more top of funnel traffic for your membership site.
This exercise and approach makes creating content that you can use to promote your membership site really easy.
In this article, we’ll share six examples of successful online courses and membership sites that use LearnDash. You’ll get an inside look at how these sites use LearnDash, Memberium and other WordPress plugins together to run a successful course or membership site.
Traffic, leads and sales are the lifeblood of any successful membership site. If you’re unable to convert enough of your site’s visitors into leads, you might also be having a hard time getting enough people to sign up as paid members.
When you’re thinking about ways you could get people to join your membership site, you could think of the process just like relationship that progresses through different stages as someone gets to know you. Turning your traffic into leads is one of the key stages in moving that relationship forward to get them to eventually join as a paying member.
A lot of times people jump right into starting a membership site, without realizing what’s involved in creating one and actually making it work.
This can lead to a lot of wasted time, money and effort. There’s a huge difference in terms of the time, effort and resources needed to create either of them.
With this in mind, throughout this article, we’ll compare and contrast some of the differences between starting a simple membership site and an online course.
Today’s guest, Rachel Miller of Moolah Marketing, had sat next to Micah on an airplane 18 months ago as a complete stranger.
Little did she know the advice she’d get on that flight would be just what she needed to hear to finally get the first version of her membership site launched.
At the time she didn’t have an email list, she wasn’t well known and had been holding herself back from launching her own program with a few common mindset hurdles that people often have when it comes to launching a membership site.
Structuring Your Online Course Content to Deliver Real Results Faster With Michael Hunter [Episode 23]
In this episode, Michael Hunter, the co-founder of GoSpiffy joins Micah to discuss how to effectively structure online course content so it’s focused on delivering real results for your students.
A few years ago, having 40+ hours of content inside of an online course would be a great selling point. Over the years the way that you should structure an online course (or membership program) has evolved to being all about the results that it delivers.
Over the years Michael has worked with some of the world’s biggest personal brands. For several years he was the CMO of Brendon Burchard’s organization. Besides running Spiffy, he’s helped countless authors, experts, coaches and speakers in monetizing their knowledge online.
Throughout this episode Michael shares a ton of nuggets that he’s learned from all this experience and shares some of the most common traits that these successful business owners have shared.