Learn how to load JS scripts to the Paid Memberships Pro pages of your membership site.

Have you ever needed to load a script to one or more of your Paid Memberships Pro pages? Use the code recipe to load scripts that you get from online platforms like Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics to your membership site….

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How to display the Member’s Shipping Address in the Orders admin area.

The Orders admin area of PMPro allows you to track sales, confirm payments, and verify successful membership checkouts. If your site is also capturing the member’s shipping information using the Add Shipping Address to Membership Checkout Add On, this code recipe will add the member’s “Shipping Address” details to the order. It should help to simplify…

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How to Name Your Membership Levels or Subscription Options

How you name your membership levels is one of the most important components for conversions on your membership on site.

Let’s spend some time thinking about membership level names. We’ll cover the classic membership site structures and provide examples for naming the membership levels or subscription options for each case. (And there’s even a nifty “level name” playground that tests your name within various plugin-generated phrases.)

The Low Down on Content Dripping for your Membership Site

Ah, Content Dripping. Some say it’s the perfect way to capture and retain your audience’s attention, reduce refund rates, prevent refund abuse and even increase sales. But what exactly is Content Dripping and how can it help your membership business?

Video: How to Restrict Blocks using PMPro and the WordPress Block Editor

The Require Membership Block allows you to hide or show nested blocks by level or for non-members. Watch the quick demo below to see how you can use this feature for your Membership site.

How to add a checkbox-type field to your checkout page using Register Helper.

Our Register Helper Add On offers many field types that you can use to add fields to checkout, member profiles or for the site administrator only. This recipe demos how to add multiple checkbox-type fields to your checkout page….

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Dealing with Haters and the Stress They Cause

Entrepreneurship is hard. To run a successful business takes knowledge, skill, and money. It also takes a certain kind of personality to persist through the innumerable issues many entrepreneurs struggle with. Some business owners struggle financial risks, competition, failures, and more failures. Some struggle with the responsibility of providing for one’s family and employee’s families.

There’s one more thing many business owners struggle with: hate.

Restrict your membership sites shipping locations by specifying valid zip codes.

Our Shipping Address Add On allows you to capture the member’s shipping information at checkout. Take full control of the areas you ship to when using the Shipping Address Add On by allowing members to only have the ability to checkout of your membership site by using a valid zip code….

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Putting Google Analytics to work for your Membership Site

No matter what type of membership site you operate, analytics on what your visitors and members are consuming most can be a huge asset for your marketing and development efforts.

This article will show you how to track “Membership Level” as a custom dimension in Google Analytics by leveraging a WordPress analytics plugin and a custom code recipe (below). Once configured, you will be able to create a custom report in Analytics to show Top Content for non-members and for specific membership levels. Boom.

Offer limited access to restricted page or CPT content using the Limit Post Views Add On.

Expand the functionality of the Limit Post Views Add On to offer viewing limits on Custom Post Types and pages, too. This is a great way to offer non-members and free members a sample of your members-only content and improve the conversion rate for a “premium content” type membership site.