Drip feeding content has long been a staple of popular membership sites, especially when continuity membership programs became the norm. Currently there has been a decline in the use of drip feeding as a greater emphasis is placed on social features, live streaming, and webinars. While these activities will continue to become popular, and possibly even essential, components to building a successful membership site that doesn’t mean you should completely ignore the value of drip feeding content.
1. Increased Customer Retention
One of the best reasons to drip feed content is it improves customer retention. It doesn’t matter what type of membership site you are running, there is an opportunity to drip feed content as part of your overall strategy. Even if your site is primarily composed of live webinars you can repackage all of the content in those webinars and drip feed it to newer members who have missed previous webinars. You can even drip feed old webinars without altering them. This ensures you members always feel like they are getting access to new content.
2. Less Content Needed Before Launch
Another benefit of drip feeding content is your initial launch phase can be shortened. If you want to launch a fully developed membership site without drip feeding content, then all of the content needs to be created and uploaded beforehand. If you are drip feeding content, you can create enough content for only a month or two and still have a successful launch. Plus, if you suddenly have a lot of content, you can drip feed it over time to your members rather than bombarding them with it all at once. Continue reading “5 Reason Every Membership Site Should Utilize Content Drip Feeding” »