I always look for the blog. 🙂 On Guitar Tricks, it is pretty much buried down in the footer. What this shows me is that their entire site is pretty much designed to become part of the membership. Their blog goes under the “News” section of the membership. It is open to the public. I can see the point of this, though, because essentially the entire site is gated. Unless a person finds them on search, by the time a person finds the blog, they’re an email subscriber and have the free membership.

You probably have a rough idea for the topic of your membership site—otherwise you probably wouldn’t be reading this guide to launching a new membership program. However, even if you have a great idea for your project, it’s wise to invest some time in validating that idea. After all, it would be a shame to put in all the work involved in launching a high-quality membership site only to discover there’s no market or audience for your project.
MemberGate is a membership content management platform that lets you create membership sites. It also protects your content against non-members at the same time. It gives you access to a fully integrated shopping cart platform, an affiliate program, and sleek website designs. You have options to integrate surveys discussion group feature, an integrated blog to publish your latest news from. It even has in-built search engine optimization so that your pages get discovered easily once you launch your site. It is integrated for banner ads, RSS management. There are still many more features that will make your membership site appealing to both yourself and your customers.
Checklist 3: Analyzing Your Membership Numbers : Your business success depends on knowing your numbers. They can help you identify whether your customers love your product or not. Numbers allow you to find room for improvement and growth. Which is exactly why we created this checklist that will show you how to do a proper analysis of your membership site.
Scott runs a podcast as well as a blog, so content marketing is a big part of their promotional strategy. However, as I’ve seen with several sites so far, this free content isn’t found until you scroll down to the site’s footer. The main top navigation is all about offer and the paid side of the site. This is definitely an interesting idea. As a “blog guy”, my instinct has always been to have that content front-and-center right at the top. Clearly, it can work the other way, too.
I think they could play up their blog and get more sales out of it. The blog is hidden under the “About” menu or down in the footer. When you go to the site, everything is about the membership and any free content on the blog is quite understated. It just shows there are many ways to go with a blog. If it were me, however, I would make “Blog” a main menu item and not buried in a dropdown.
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Dominic Anderton PLR Markete These checklists have been a great asset in helping me set up my first launch, ensuring that I didn’t miss any steps under tight time constraints. I highly recommend Kevin’s Fahey’s checklists. These checklists can save you a ton of time and potentially money, especially when you need to check on outsourcers. I plan on using these checklists for all my future launches. Highly recommended..
MemberGate is a membership content management platform that lets you create membership sites. It also protects your content against non-members at the same time. It gives you access to a fully integrated shopping cart platform, an affiliate program, and sleek website designs. You have options to integrate surveys discussion group feature, an integrated blog to publish your latest news from. It even has in-built search engine optimization so that your pages get discovered easily once you launch your site. It is integrated for banner ads, RSS management. There are still many more features that will make your membership site appealing to both yourself and your customers.
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One of the big decisions you’ll need to make when it comes to your membership site is how much you’re going to charge. While it’s tempting to pluck a price out of thin air, that’s not a strategy that’s going to put the most profit in your pocket. Instead, use this checklist guide to determine the best and most profitable pricing strategy for your membership site!
If you include everything featured today on your website, I think you give yourself the best possible chance of achieving success with your eCommerce store. And the great news is, with an open-source WordPress eCommerce platform like WooCommerce, it’s highly likely that you’ll be able to find all the extensions, plugins and educational resources you need.
Dominic Anderton PLR Markete These checklists have been a great asset in helping me set up my first launch, ensuring that I didn’t miss any steps under tight time constraints. I highly recommend Kevin’s Fahey’s checklists. These checklists can save you a ton of time and potentially money, especially when you need to check on outsourcers. I plan on using these checklists for all my future launches. Highly recommended..
Memberful is an easy to use, fast, reliable and modern membership site platform for WordPress users. It’s the same membership platform that experienced writers and bloggers like Leo Babauta use to serve his thousands of customers. Paul Jarvis, another creative mind, is also a proud user of Memberful. He encourages anyone who likes simplicity to use Memberful to power their sites. Both users are writers and sell content like online courses. This makes it a very appealing membership platform for those who wish to do the same. File downloads, coupon codes, physical items, analytics integration are just a few of the most popular features that this software offers.

Special Unicode Characters in Data Validation Lists: ☐, ☑, ✓, ✔ - This may be my favorite approach. You can include special characters like this in a Data Validation drop-down list. This isn't quite as good as clicking once to fill in a checkbox, but it is great for the mobile Excel apps. The only hard part is remembering how to insert a check mark symbol in Excel. For more information, see my article Using Unicode Character Symbols in Excel.

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