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?
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.
Until the end of April 10th you can get $250 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’.
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.
If you’re using the all new Keap, then you might have noticed that it doesn’t come with a default “Password” field, unlike Infusionsoft which has this password field as a default (or Standard) field. If you’re using Memberium then you’d first need to create a new field for password in Keap, where password of your users will be stored. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to add a new custom field for password in Keap.
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.
There are a few different factors you should take into consideration when picking which hosting plan you should use for your WordPress based membership site.
Hosting a membership site isn’t the same as hosting a blog or a typical business site. In this article, we’ll explain how hosting requirements are different for membership sites when compared to other typical websites. We’ll also explain some of the key factors you need to keep in mind when finding the best hosting plan for your WordPress membership site.
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.
In this episode of the Memberium customer spotlight series, Brett Gilliland, the CEO of Elite Entrepreneurs walks us through how his company built and structured their membership site with Memberium.
In addition to walking us through his membership site, Brett shares a ton of great advice that any business owner can use to grow their business.
In this month’s Memberium Certified Partner of the Month Interview, Jorge Diaz from Larry Jacob Internet Marketing shows us how Memberium’s Umbrella Accounts feature works and demonstrates how anyone can use it to sell memberships to groups, teams or corporations.
The way this works is when a new member joins, they can add a certain number of people under them to get access to the membership program or online course they just joined.
In this video, Jorge shows us three different membership sites that use Memberium’s Umbrella Accounts feature and shows us how they work.
The Umbrella Account feature of Memberium, also known as parent – child gives your customers the power to create sub-accounts for their own use. For example, a parent user can create a child account and also remove it through a self-service interface.
In this article, lets take a look at a few tips that allows you to do more with Umbrella Accounts.