It’s not everyday a business turns 10 years old. Only ⅓ of businesses even make it to 10 years. But on July 6, 2021, Paid Memberships Pro turned 10, and we couldn’t be more proud.
ConvertKit is an email marketing platform that offers robust tools for automation and subscriber tagging. In this recipe, we demonstrate how to adjust the integration’s default settings related to subscriber tag updates on membership level change.
When a member cancels or expires, they are shown on the Members List when filtering by Cancelled, Expired, or Old Members. Some membership sites, though, are set up to downgrade paid members to a free level on cancellation or expiration. For these sites, members with a previous paid level are not considered old, cancelled, or expired anymore.
Admins may still want to see those users on the “Old Members” list, highlighting the members for a win-back campaign to resubscribe to a paid membership. This code does that.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could have a one-on-one conversation with every single user of your membership site?
For website owners, growth is a double-edged sword. On one hand, you have an opportunity to grow your user base and recurring revenue. On the other hand, it’s difficult to provide a personal experience to each individual who visits your site.
Version 188.8.131.52 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a couple of fixes. Specifically, this update fixes a bug in our getfile.php script, which can be used to lock down files with PMPro.
Version 2.5.10 of Paid Memberships Pro is out with a handful of bug fixes. Please update Paid Memberships Pro from the plugins page of your WordPress dashboard. You can also get the latest version of PMPro here or version 2.5.10 specifically here. The full list of updates is below. SECURITY: Fixed XSS vulnerability on the edit order page (more…)
Looking to grow your membership website? If you already own and operate a premium membership website, you might be missing out on an entire additional pool of potential users: free members.
It may sound counterintuitive, but content for free members helps to create a customer acquisition model that converts, attracts, and retains more paying users in the long run.
Continue reading to learn how building a free membership site with Paid Memberships Pro can help you successfully grow your business.
The number one question I hear from membership sites that are already bringing in members and revenue is: “How do I keep my members coming back, month after month, and year after year.” In this guide, I share the top four strategies for improving member retention. With very little effort, anyone who manages a subscription or member-supported online business can launch these strategies and start tackling churn.
If you are in charge of a membership-based association, you probably wear a haberdashery’s worth of hats. You are rarely just a creative or executive — you’re also an administrator, manager, marketer, and webmaster. And you handle it all with determination, organization, and a talent for multitasking.
But then it comes time to be an accountant, and you start to feel squeamish. We are uncomfortable talking about money. You are daunted by the onslaught of requests, questions, and issues that arise during membership renewal periods.
You are consumed by member registrations, scheduling, email communications, and other administrative tasks. You think, “I do not have time for this. There must be a better way!”
Here is the good news:
There is a better way. This guide will show you how membership software can manage your membership dues. We will also go over best practices to alleviate the stress and overhead you might face during renewal season.
Correctly displaying your member’s name on your membership site can have a big impact. Imagine displaying a formal name when subtle privacy is needed. This code recipe will allow you to set your member’s default display name to their username.