Call To Action buttons are very easy to add to your website, emails, and forms. But getting people to actually click is another matter entirely. In this article, we will discuss how to create more click-worthy CTAs.
In June 2019, Lucca leveraged his 6 years of Martial Arts training experience to build an online training business using WordPress, Paid Memberships Pro, and a variety of other tools. His membership includes Martial Arts, well-being and fitness training through online courses, learning resources, and video tutorials.
In this showcase, we explore the business model Lucca chose for his membership and the technology that powers his successful online academy.
Easily add a front-end log in, log out, and password reset experience to your membership site by following the steps covered in this post. We’ll outline our recommended third party plugin for front-end login, as well as some “best practice” guidelines for placing these links on your site using your theme or Memberlite.
Set a Custom Menu for members by level via a new widget included in the Nav Menus Add On. The widget specifies the default menu for non-members and visitors, as well as a fallback menu for members of ANY membership level.
Here are a few methods to preview your site as a member or non-member without ever having to log out of your administrator account.