A diluted version of the membership model or the training model for revenue generation is blocking content behind a “paywall”. It does what it says on the tin – it’s puts up a wall until you pay! Or does it?
Elegant themes covered the laterpay WordPress plugin which is essentially a paywall – but it relies on a trust based system. People agree to pay and get instant access to content, but “pay later” hence the plugin name.
Find out more… Continue reading “Adding a “Paywall” to your content with a plugin”
So we recently published an article on the membership site business model, providing insight into how this model can move you towards the “infinite hourly rate” (IHR).
Here’s the article if you missed it
We’ll be taking on the challenges in building a membership site one-by-one, and documenting the process along the way.
Right now we’re in the planning phase so that’s what will be covered off first. Continue reading “Case study: Steps to build a membership site from scratch”
Here’s a list of plugins to use for an Affiliate Marketing website. This list of plugins is probably applicable to a whole host of website types, but there will be a few that are specific to affiliate sites, and specifically Amazon Affiliate sites.
I’ll also explain what the purpose of that specific plugin is within the context of building, running and maintaining the site. It’s always good to know why the hell you’ve actually got a plugin on your site!
Bonus addition: Step by Step setup guide with all resources required to setup an Amazon Affiliate Site provided at the end of the article! Continue reading “List of Plugins for an Affiliate Website and What Functions They Serve”
Social Media Posting directly from WordPress isn’t magic, it’s systematic. But this whole subject makes me raise the question of “Why?” What exactly are you trying to achieve with the posting tools and automation you put in place?
I believe there are a few things that you could be trying to achieve. By looking at each, we should be able to find a match between problem and solution. Continue reading “Social Media Posting and WordPress Websites: Tools and Automation”
Different from subscribe popups, call to action popups are all about redirection.
Funnily enough, many email subscribe popups don’t offer this decreased functionality. So here’s our selection of plugins for call to action popup. Continue reading “Call To Action Popups For WordPress”
As with all product launch or keyword ranking methods there are specific actions and steps that are required to achieve the end goal of an increase in rank. Beyond the technical steps, there are also the principles and nuances that move you from taking action, to taking action correctly and effectively.
This article provides the step by step actions required to setup a promotion and distribute single use coupon codes through AMZ Coupon Server, a WordPress Plugin for your very own website. Continue reading “How to set up an Amazon Promotion using AMZ Coupon Server”
WPMU DEV appear to have a lot of things covered in their free plugin offering.
Even without their membership there’s a lot of value to be gained, but it also makes considering their membership worthwhile.
This blog article from WPMU DEV does a neat job of explaining how their range of plugins fit into your plugin-mix Continue reading “WPMU DEV and their free suite of plugins”
The AMZ Coupon Server plugin helps deliver unique coupon codes to customers whilst capturing email addresses. A simple function, but setup and styling can be a little challenging, therefore it deserves a guide and the solutions we found useful.
The guide will cover styling the landing pages, ensuring the AMZ Coupon Server is sending emails from your WordPress site and a couple of other noteworthy items. Continue reading “AMZ Coupon Server Setup Guide”