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Membership Sites on WordPress

  1. 1. September 16, 2012
  2. 2. EastBayWP.com
  3. 3. Our Meetup.com Pagehttp://www.meetup.com/Eastbay-WordPress-Meetup/
  4. 4. Ongoing Sponsor: Page.ly http://page.ly/
  5. 5. Membership Sites on WordPress
  6. 6. So Many Plugins!• S2Member • MemberWing X• WishList Member • MagicMembers• Digital Access Pass • Easy Member Pro• WP eMember • aMember Pro• Membership • iMember 360• MemberMouse • Paid Memberships• WP-Member Pro• WP-Members™ • And on, and on…
  7. 7. Some Criteria for Selecting Your Membership Plugin• Price vs. what you expect to make• Number of levels of membership• Ability to export members• Available payment gateways• Integration with BuddyPress, bbPress, or other forum software• Integration with your autoresponder, CRM program, etc.
  8. 8. Free: Membership Lite
  9. 9. Free: S2 Member Framework
  10. 10. Free: WP-Members™
  11. 11. $19: Membership (WPMUDev)
  12. 12. $39.99: WP-Member
  13. 13. $67: EasyMember Pro
  14. 14. $69: S2Member Pro
  15. 15. $97: MagicMembers
  16. 16. $97: Paid Memberships Pro
  17. 17. $97: WishList Member
  18. 18. $167: DAP
  19. 19. $179.95: aMember Pro
  20. 20. $199.95: MemberWing X
  21. 21. $370/Year: iMember 360
  22. 22. $97/Month: MemberMouse
  23. 23. Membership Plugin in ActionS2 MEMBER FRAMEWORK
  24. 24. Quick Start Guide
  25. 25. The Process• Create a (Blank) Login Welcome Page• Create a (Blank) Membership Options Page• Configure General Options• Configure PayPal Options• Configure Restriction Options
  26. 26. Create a Login Welcome Page
  27. 27. Create a Membership Options Page
  28. 28. Go to General Options
  29. 29. Customize Email Notification
  30. 30. Set Up Registration
  31. 31. Login/Registration Design
  32. 32. Add Profile Fields
  33. 33. Select Welcome & Options Pages
  34. 34. Member Profile Modifications
  35. 35. PayPal Options
  36. 36. Request PayPal API Signature
  37. 37. Fill In PayPal Account Details
  38. 38. Encrypt Payment Buttons
  39. 39. Turn on PayPal IPN
  40. 40. Set up PayPal Auto Return
  41. 41. Enter PDT Token
  42. 42. Edit Email Confirmation
  43. 43. Choose End of Term Options
  44. 44. PayPal Button Options
  45. 45. Create PayPal Buttons
  46. 46. Paste Shortcodes on Options Page
  47. 47. Your PayPal Button
  48. 48. PayPal Checkout Process
  49. 49. Subscriber Modification Buttons
  50. 50. Restriction Options
  51. 51. Download Options
  52. 52. Registration Page
  53. 53. Member Password Email
  54. 54. Member Login Page
  55. 55. Member Profile Modification
  56. 56. And from AncaSOME ALTERNATIVES
  57. 57. Participants Database• Doesn’t create WordPress users with login capability, but helps you track members.• Imports from and exports to CSV.• Allows you to manage a database from within WordPress, rather than going to Google Docs.• http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/par ticipants-database/
  58. 58. Participants Database Fields
  59. 59. Participants Database CSV Import
  60. 60. Premise Membership Module• Premise is a Copyblogger/StudioPress product, originally created for landing pages.• http://getpremise.com/access/• Integrates with vBulletin Forums.• Includes drip content and product sales.• $165 one-time charge for unlimited sites.
  61. 61. Premise Member Access Settings More screenshots and a setup tutorial at http://getpremise.com/access/

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