Wishlist member is a powerful, yet easy to use membership plugin. Here is my guide on how to properly setup the wishlist member plugin and its settings.
Hey and welcome back to How To Create A Membership Site With Zero Coding. This is Part Number 6, How To Set Up Wish List Member for your membership site. Now WishList Member is the membership plugin that is going to give you all the functionality you need for your membership site. You will be able to control who can access your content. You will be able to manage your members, all of that sort of good stuff. This requires you to have already completed stage 1 and created a website. If you have not done that, go back and do that.
So first, I want to quickly talk about why I recommend WishList Member. And truthfully let me tell you that I do have some bias because I have been using WishList Member for 2 years and never has it actually failed to give me what I need for my membership site. I have tried a couple of others in that time – I think PilotPress, which integrated with Ontraport and that pissed me off because people could not choose their own passwords.
I also tried Paid Membership Pro but that annoyed me because I could not set up free registration accounts and it just looked horrible and so I have tried a couple but there are over 45 different plugins out there and I have not tried them all. But I have tried WishList Member and I am going to base the tutorial off this because I know how to use it, I know that it works and I am happy to recommend it. So you can go out there and you can Google membership plugins for WordPress and you can try the others if you want or you can simply use WishList Member which is what I will be doing in this video and the rest of this series.
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