To see why this idea makes sense, let’s take a look at what every membership plugin does at its core. Since selling paid memberships (or free ones) is to grant access to protected content, we need a way to protect that content.
It’s important to know what to look for in a Word Press membership site developer, because finding the wrong one can be very frustrating.
Look for these warning signs before hiring a Word Press membership site developer, and find someone who will be a great fit from the start.
Remember, if someone else has done it, it can be done.
Perhaps there are reasons why the designer has said no, including your budget, site configuration, or additional programming time.
I will say that I have a lot of experience with Woo Themes Groups/Subscriptions for Woo Commerce and Member Press.
Both are great options for creating a membership website because they work well and integrate with the Word Press ecosystem (meaning they don’t create an entirely new application that sits on top of Word Press).
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