Have you ever felt lost when it comes to marketing your Membership Site? Us too. Kim and I will be hosting our first ever Membership Site Marketing chat this Thursday, 14 March 2019, at 1pm EDT.


PMPro Marketing Chat with Travis & Kim

We hope you can make some time to pop into our PMPro Slack Channel and chat marketing with us. The first 30 minutes will be spent discussing how you can use Content Marketing to build awareness for your Membership Site. We’ll then have roughly 30 minutes of open Q&A. If you need some tricky marketing questions answered—show up and we’ll try to help.

Here are some content-related topics we’ll talk about:

  • Public vs. member-restricted content.
  • The decision to show or hide excerpts to non-members.
  • Using the membership shortcode for value-added members-only content or non-member upsells.

If you’re already a member of our Slack channel, just log in at the event start time. We’ll be in the #general channel. If you’re new, please contact us to request a link to join.


We’re hoping to host two chats per month, so we’ll catch up with you next time if Thursday doesn’t fit your schedule.


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Comments (2)

Hey ! I just installed the plugin and looking into maybe getting the full version but i am facing this problem when trying to setup 2chekout
Fatal error: Cannot declare class Twocheckout_Util, because the name is already in use in /homepages/21/d737886579/htdocs/clickandbuilds/myBlog/wp-content/plugins/paid-memberships-pro/includes/lib/Twocheckout/Twocheckout/Api/TwocheckoutUtil.php on line 74

can you help? what could be the problem?

Seems like you have another plugin that sets up the 2Checkout API. We try to avoid this here (https://github.com/strangerstudios/paid-memberships-pro/blob/dev/classes/gateways/class.pmprogateway_twocheckout.php#L12) by checking if one of the 2Checkout classes already exists. The other plugin that integrates with 2Checkout might not be doing that.

Or sometimes if our plugin and the other plugin use different versions of the 2Checkout API, then you can still get errors or the API might not work as expected. If that is the case, you’ll need to get one of the plugins to update to a different API or get a good WordPress developer to work out a custom solution to get them working together.

Or if you don’t need that other plugin, you can disable it.

Hope this helps.

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