Learn what additional courses you should watch as you build your paid membership site with WordPress.
- [Voiceover] When we started out on this journey together…I told you I wanted to show you two different solutions…for building paid membership sites with WordPress.…Now that you've seen these two solutions it's time…to pick the one that suits you the best…and build your own paid membership site.…Since a paid membership site really is a highly…specialized ecommerce site, here are some other courses…I recommend checking out as you build your own site.…First off, WordPress Ecommerce with Patrick Rauland…that dives deeper into ecommerce concepts…as they relate to WordPress and talks about payment…portals and security in more detail.…
Second, SEO for Ecommerce by Steve Harris,…that helps you get your membership products noticed online.…And third, Online Marketing Fundamentals by Brad Batesole,…that provides tips and tricks on online marketing.…You should also dive deeper into the library…and check out courses on writing and marketing…to make sure you give your paying members the most value…for their money, so they keep coming back,…
Choose the solution you think will work for you and watch that chapter, or watch the entire course before making a decision.
- What is a paid membership site?
- Installing plugins
- Configuring membership management pages
- Adding payment options
- Configuring access
- Creating discount codes
- Receiving recurring payments
- Setting up drip content
- Managing members
Skill Level Intermediate
Finance Essentials for Small Businesswith Jim Stice54m 37s Appropriate for all
1. What Is Paid Membership?
2. Building a Paid Membership Site with Restrict Content Pro
3. Building a Paid Membership Site with iThemes Exchange Membership
Thank you1m 20s
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