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.
Strength Sensei currently has over 1800+ members and was founded by Charles Poliquin, who trained over 400 Olympic medalists in his lifetime.
Throughout this video, Scott Macon, IT expert for Strength Sensei shares how it started with a random mix of content and based on customer feedback the drastic improvement they made
Scott also shares how they are offering courses through Memberium without any LMS and much more that you won’t want to miss in this exclusive walkthrough of Charles’ membership program.
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.
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.
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.
Web forms are one very useful and nifty feature in Infusionsoft. Web forms are easy to create, and you can collect variety of information on your site using web form. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a web form in Infusionsoft and allow it to autofill logged in users information using Memberium. Don’t worry, its very easy and doesn’t involves you to have ninja coding skills.
In today’s episode, Chris Badgett, the CEO and co-founder of LifterLMS joins Micah to share his insights about online course design, membership sites and his advice for anyone who’s thinking about starting an online course.
Starting an online course is hard. When you’re trying to start your own online course, people run into what Chris refers to as “the five hats problem”. To run a successful online course, you have to be an expert, you have to be a community builder, an instructional designer, a technologist and you have to be an entrepreneur. Fulfilling all these roles yourself can be a huge challenge.
Chris shares his advice on how you can overcome this problem and talks about the right way to approach launching an online course when you’re just getting started.
Throughout this episode, Chris shares a ton of useful nuggets you can use to improve your online course or membership site. He discusses the importance of using feedback loops to improve the outcomes for your students and ultimately make your online course more successful.
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 display or hide Divi Builder conditionally 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).
To do this, the first step is to install and activate a free WordPress plugin called “Content Visibility for Divi Builder” to your site.
Once Content Visibility for Divi Builder is installed here’s an overview of how to display Divi Builder elements conditionally based on a members Infusionsoft tags, existing membership levels, or based on being logged in or not.
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.