Hosting Recommendations for Membership Sites
There are a growing number of excellent website hosts for membership sites. At the same time, there are
many popular names which don’t provide website owners with everything they need to host their
membership site. The key to selecting the right host for your membership site is understanding the key
features necessary to provide fast, efficient, cost effective solutions.
Is SSD Important?
The hosting environment is in a state of transition. Many of the first movers are moving to solid-state drives
whereas some of the most popular brands remain operating in a hard disk drive environment. This raises the
initial question of whether and SSD host is preferable to a standard host. The truth is choosing a host which
offers and SSD environment provides numerous benefits over your basic hard drive host.
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8 Benefits of Membership Websites Infographic
Not only is the popularity of WordPress as a content management system growing, but the use of the WordPress platform to support membership sites is growing as well. Take a look at the top reasons many individuals and brands are adding a membership site or members only area to their website.
Maximum Per-Customer Value
The top reason more websites are adding a member’s only area or becoming a full-fledged membership website is because it maximizes per customer value. Depending on the study, it can take potential customers 6 to 10 times viewing and advertisement before making a purchasing decision. It becomes even more difficult to get people to view advertisements via email as more people set up email addresses solely for brain communication. More than one third of people open a separate account solely for brain communication and this number jumps to 58% for millennials. Creating a member’s only area provides brands with a centralized location to regularly communicate with customers.
Membership Site Plugins Make Setup Easy
The WordPress platform adds additional features using plug-ins. Third-party plug-ins are essentially a separate piece of code which leverages the built-in functionality of WordPress to expand a website’s capabilities. WordPress membership site plug-ins make adding a member’s only area or building a full-fledged membership website easy. Installing a plug-in takes just a few clicks and all the customization options can be easily accessed through the WordPress dashboard.
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Surprising Statistics About WordPress Membership Sites
WordPress has become one of the most popular CMS platforms for websites over the past decade. Once considered solely a blogging platform, the WordPress framework has developed into a versatile platform capable of supporting all types of websites. Over the past several years, it has become increasingly popular for membership websites.
5 WordPress Statistics That Might Surprise You Infographic
WordPress Powers Nearly 1/3 of All Websites
The WordPress platform is easily the most popular content management system. Nearly 30% of all websites use WordPress and 60% of all websites with the content management system use WordPress. Unlike other platforms the percentage change in usage is constantly increasing. The continually increasing market share of WordPress ensures it will be a stable platform in the future as it continually refines itself through regular updates and improvements.
WordPress Websites Receive Nearly 45 Million Comments Per Month
WordPress websites generate nearly 45 million comments per month from readers and potential customers. This number excludes any spam comments caught by Akismet. Consumers engage with brands and rely on brand authority online more than ever. Using the WordPress platform and enabling comments is an easy way to find out exactly what your potential customers are thinking and how they react to your content.
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Magic Members is celebrating its 8th anniversary – and since the very beginning, we have been committed to providing the best WordPress Membership plugin on the market. A big Thank You to all of our valued customers and to the Magic Members family!
What We Accomplished in the Past 8 Years:
Magic Members is the first WordPress membership site plugin which is integrated with CCbill payment gateway.
Magic Members became the first WordPress membership site plugin integrated with CCbill payment gateway.
We released more than 400 version updates.
We answered more than 90.000 support questions.
Our plugin has been activated on more than 55.000 websites.
We added a wide range of new features to the Magic Members plugin.
We added compatibility with various WordPress plugins.
We improved the plugin core.
What We Will Accomplish in the Near Future:
We will improve MGM and add new innovative features.
We’ll make Magic Members faster and light-weight.
Our plugin will be modular, so our clients will be able to use only the necessary features.
Thank you for being part of the Magic Members family!
Why You Should Offer Multiple Pricing Tiers for your Membership Site
There is a reason most membership sites you see today offer multiple pricing tiers. The simple reason is because it works. Offering multiple pricing tiers for your membership site provides your members, prospective buyers, and you greater flexibility and better results. While there are numerous benefits to using multiple pricing tiers there are for advantages that stand out.
Easy Way to Leverage Content
The first reason to offer multiple pricing tiers for your WordPress membership site is it allows you to leverage content and monetize it in multiple ways. While there are sound reasons to offer individual products separately, you only generate income on individual sales. With a membership site, you can combine products and services to create multiple tiers. This allows you to reuse products and services across the board and generate income from them without constantly creating new products and services.
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