Are you interested in turning your WordPress site into a successful Membership site? From what I hear from new clients and inquiries through this site — many of you are seeking the ability to turn your site into a membership (aff) site that you can manage yourself.
You know I won't even talk about a plugin unless it meets the three criteria I look for to get a mention here on my site:
Top 3 WordPress Plugin Requirements
- Easy to Use
- Works With Any WordPress Theme (aff)
- Free Unlimited Support
Let's check out the MemberPress Premium WordPress Plugin:
- Multiple Membership Levels
Your membership site can have multiple membership levels. So you can create membership levels , such as; Silver, Gold , Platinum, etc .
- Flexible Membership Options
In addition to the multiple membership levels, you are also able to set different membership billing options with an unlimited amount of subscriptions.
- Easy Integration with Existing or New Blogs
Simply follow a few easy steps and MemberPress will turn your existing blog, or new blog, into a powerful membership site.
- Payment Modules Integration
MemberPress seamlessly integrates with PayPal, ClickBank, Authorize.net and more.
- Easy Member Management
MemberPress allows you to see all of your members, their status, level and other information in one easy to read location.
- Pay Per Post Access
Allow even more flexibility with the Pay Per Post access feature. MemberPress provides you the ability to allow free memberships (aff) to purchase content or articles on a per post basis.
- Download Manager
Protect downloads from being accessed by unauthorized members and guests by assigning permissions based on the different levels of access.
- AutoResponder Integrations
MemberPress has seamless integration with AWeber, GetResponse and MailChimp.
This membership plugin is so robust I can't write about all the features here. So be sure to stop by the MemberPress Membership Plugin website and check it out for yourself.
At your service,
P.S. Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are “affiliate links.” Read my full Affiliate Disclosure Statement here.