The thing I absolutely love about building Membership Websites using WordPress is that any subject matter expert can build their own business. For example, you may be the #1 aficionado on comic books, baseball cards, fitness supplements, or things to do on Thursday nights in small rural towns.
Or, you may have an amazing client services business that you want to scale into a premium consulting offering that you want give access to high end clients via a membership site.
Or, you may be the administrator or moderator of a user group for a particular type of software.
It doesn’t matter what type of business you have, chances are, a premium membership website would be a fit for you, and the good news is – they’re NOT hard to build.
In fact, I wish I would have done a better job of this back in 2006-2011 when I built my fantasy football premium membership website.
Don’t get me wrong, things can get complicated, depending on what type of CRM integration you want, but they don’t have to be too hard.
Here’s more information on which WordPress Membership Solutions / Plug-ins we’ve used and why we prefer MemberPress over all of them.
And, this Data Driven Daily Tip looks at something super important that you need to know when setting up Stripe payments in MemberPress that is NOT well documented in MemberPress documentation.
If you do not manually create an API endpoint for your Stripe Webhook, your users will get an error message when trying to access their content, even through their payment went through.
Check the video, and you’re welcome. 🙂