Did you know that with Paid Memberships Pro and WordPress you can build a comprehensive membership site for you, your business, or organization? Watch Jason Coleman, PMPro’s founder, as he demonstrates his talk on the same subject at a virtual Lehigh Valley WordPress Meetup.
The landing page for your levels is the primary place your site will attract and sell its membership products. Our plugin includes a few options to design this page, including the default
[pmpro_levels] shortcode and the enhanced options when using the Advanced Levels Page Shortcode Add On.
What if you need more control over this page and would like to design a completely custom page for your levels? In this article, I will take you through the process of building a new membership levels page using the Elementor Page Builder, an open source plugin available in the WordPress plugin repository.
It’s time to get your business out of the red and into the black. Learn more about how to do this with our new “Paint It Black” series. This series aims to help you adequately prepare your membership site to make the most out of this year’s Black Friday sale.
There are many ways to come up prices for your products, and I’ll try to cover a few in the next post in this series. But before I get into the business school answer, I wanted to give you a couple rules/guidelines that might help you along.
In Spring 2019 we celebrated a new addition to the team: our mascot Nugget.
We’re also launched a new Goals Progress Bar Add On to help you grow your membership site.
We’ve blogged previously about using the Variable Pricing Add On for donation-type memberships. The new Paid Memberships Pro Donation Add On is now available – with advanced options and better naming for sites that want to allow Members to set an additional donation amount at checkout instead of changing the normal price.