As a newbie what advice can you give on starting out and where to get stuff for your membership site
Posted by on 06 March 2015 09:42 PM

MemberSnap is designed for creating membership sites where your users pay you for access to a private members area to get ebooks, videos, reports or other valuable information.

The starter content isn't designed to be all of your long term content. It's just a starting place. When you start to get paying members expect to add content on a monthly basis if you want to charge them for monthly service. You can set up the content so it drip feeds to all future users get it automatically.

There's no pricing guidelines except not to offer it for free. You can also add your own content in your own sites at any point to add value. You can hire ghost writers, buy PLR or MRR products or do it yourself. You can also outsource the product creations so it can be just on autopilot. This is totally optional & only if you feel you want to add more value to your users.

These are indeed full blown membership sites. You control the content. You can add content, drip feed it to members, create multiple membership levels (like silver, gold & platinum at different prices) and more. You can also start out with a completely blank template and make a membership site around any niche you want with your own content.

When you create downloads you set the activation time in order to have it sent to your member's at the appropriate month. We will be pre-loading more content, but you can also include your own downloads or other products. Downloads can be text (.txt, .doc, .pdf, etc.), audio or video files. There is a maximum filesize of 500mb for any download. We recommend .mp4 for the video as it is the most universal.

To clarify: A product is what is sold. A download is the content they receive from purchasing that product. A download can be an actual file that gets downloaded, or it can be content that is put in the Description field for a "download" item (this can included embedding images and video). You set the parameters of a download to include which membership level can view it, and when they can view it.

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