In this post, I’ll show you how to use Memberium’s integration with LearnDash to automate email reminders that will bring members back to your courses after they’ve stopped making progress.
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If you’ve thought to yourself recently ‘email isn’t working nearly as well as it used to for my business…’
Or ‘my open and click through rates are getting lower and lower’ and you aren’t sure what to do about it…
Then you’ll want to watch this video to get some expert answers. In this new video interview and article, Adrian Savage shares what’s changed with the way that email deliverability works.
This setting under Advanced Options allows you to define a default merchant account to be used for eCommerce actions. This default merchant account only applies to eCommerce transactions that are executed within Memberium. It does not control which merchant account is used for transactions that happen within Infusionsoft itself.
Woo Sensei (Sensei) is Woo Themes entree into the Learning Management System (LMS) space for WordPress. Now owned by Automattic, Sensei is the more expensive option alongside LearnDash and WP Courseware. You can learn more about Woo Sensei at their site. Memberium’s integration for Woo Sensei includes, Automated Course Enrollment, Lesson access controlled by tags, and course and lesson completion support for Campaign Builder, tags and legacy Actionsets.
This post will explain how the PAYF, SUSP, and CANC tags work with Memberium Memberships. We’ll explain how you can use these tags to remove/revoke access to a member’s membership.
In our latest versions, Memberium for Infusionsoft no longer requires the IonCube Loader PHP extension to run.
In this video, I walk you through setting up a $1 trial using Infusionsoft Order Forms. Using the techniques in the video, you can actually offer a paid trial of any amount ($1, $10, $50, etc). You can also vary the length of the trial – “$1 7-Day Trial” or “$3.99 1-Month Trial” When it comes to offering any sort of access with Memberium….
In this video, I walk you through setting up a free trial using Infusionsoft Order Forms. The great thing about setting up the free trial this way is that it works with your existing onboarding/delivery campaigns (where you apply membership tags, generate passwords, and send welcome emails).
This tutorial will walk you through configuring the free Elementor template Memberium provides for creating your individual course page. You’ll see how to link your lessons, customize the layout, and publish the page when you’re ready.
In this tutorial video, we’ll walk you through the steps required to set up a course library page. This page will allow your members to see a catalog of all the available courses. The page is customizable and can easily be implemented using a page builder or just the default WordPress editor.
Creating lesson pages is a key part of building an online course. You can take advantage of Memberium’s free page templates to quickly get these pages published. You don’t need to spend any time working on the design as we’ve done that for you.
This video covers how to add your content to the template and customize the layout if needed.
Learn how to migrate your content from CustomerHub to Memberium/WordPress step by step.
At the end of this year, 2019, Memberium will be dropping support for anything below PHP 7. As of January 1, 2020 new Memberium versions will require PHP 7 or higher.
Step-by-step walkthrough of migrating from MemberPress to Memberium for Infusionsoft by Keap.