If you’ve ever setup some other membership plugins you’ll see how much easier this is. There’s no complicated page flow setup or copying and pasting of anything except for the actual API keys & Webhook URL.
And once your payment method is setup properly, MemberPress will stay in sync with your payment gateway. This means that with MemberPress, the status of the user will be determined by whether he has paid (or not) … so no more manual syncing what’s going on in your gateway with your website or unpaid members gaining access to your premium content.
We focus on making this plugin solid so you can focus on delivering the best content to your members. The bottom line is that with MemberPress you can stop worrying about the day to day mechanics of your site so you can focus on delivering great content to your members.
This video will guide you through the following steps as you get your membership site up and running with MemberPress:
- It will show you how to utilize WordPress’ built in plugin uploader to install MemberPress. One thing you should note is that not every web host will allow you to install plugins in this manor so you may need to consult the MemberPress User Manual for more information about how to install MemberPress if you can’t use WordPress’ built-in plugin uploader.
- Then it will cover setting up your first MemberPress payment method … in this video I’ll set MemberPress up to use Stripe.
- I then create a new Membership Product
- I add a rule that restricts content to a page so that only people who have purchased the Membership Product can access it
- I add the Membership Product registration page to the website’s menu
That’s it … very simple and effective.