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WishList Member is a plugin for WordPress that allows anyone to quickly create an interactive membership site within their WordPress site. For more info please visit www.wishlistmember****
30 Apr 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, were going to take a look at how to edit the settings for your WishList Member WordPress Plugin. Now, on the main dashboard screen, youll probably see a link to Settings right above, and also a link right here. So Im just gonna click on the Settings link, and by default, the first page that well be editing is the Configuration Page. So WishList Member allows you to highly customize the Thank You Pages and all the other pages that are related to your membership site. First of all, what is the particular page that you want non-members to see? Now, how WL Member works is that it will protect certain blog posts and make those blog posts non-viewable to all non-members. So instead of just displaying an error message that you can also create a new WordPress page for all non-members trying to access protected content, and in that way, you can actually sell more memberships. So Ive already created a couple of pages, so Im going to select from a page that Ive created, okayso Im gonna select a page called Protected. Okay? And basically, on this page, I have written some simple but effective sales copy that says, This content is protected; in order to access the content, please sign up now. Alright? So what if someone has already signed up for one of your membership levels, tried to access a particular content that is not included in his membership? Now, WL Member allows you to create multiple membership levels, so naturally, you may want to have some kind of hierarchy as to which content is accessible to which membership level. And in the case that someone has already signed up for a lower membership level and tries to access content that is only available to the more expensive or higher membership level, you can also select a page. In this example here, Ive created a page called Upgrade. So basically, if someone in the lower membership level tries to access higher-level content, he will see this page telling him that this particular content is not available to your membership level, so please upgrade now. Again, this is a brilliant opportunity for you to make more money from an existing member by inviting him to upgrade his membership level. And sometimes, members may cancel their membership, and this is pretty fairly common in a lot of membership sites is that theres a high dropout rate, so some members, however, may have accidentally cancelled their PayPal subscription, etc. So if they try to access protected content when a membership has already been cancelled, then you may want to display a different page here. Okay?
11 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, Im going to show you a very cool WordPress plugin that you can use to create membership sites. And that plugin is called WishList Member. To find this plugin, you can just go to Google, and type in wishlist member and do a search for that. And the actual URL is at member.wishlistproducts****. On the main sales page for WishList Member, you can watch the YouTube video over here to see how it works, and then you can also have a brief overview of all the features. Now, WishList Member is one of the more advanced membership site plugins that are specifically designed to be used with WordPress. So needless to say, youll find a lot of features like unlimited membership level, simple installation and integration with WordPress blogs, flexible membership options, sequential content delivery, which is a very popular system among a lot of membership site owners, and a lot of other things as well that you can read on the main page itself. Now, lets look at the pricing for WishList Member. So if you wanna run WishList Member on a single WordPress blog on a single domain then you can just get the Single Site License, which is, at the moment of this video, USD97. Or if you have multiple sites, then you can get the Multi-site License for USD297. So Im just gonna click on Single Site License. And on the second Order Page, or Step 2 of the Order Page, youll probably see an additional promotion where you can get three licenses for the price of two, or thisthe actual promotion may be different while you are viewing the actual website at the moment. So Im going to scroll down, and Im gonna pass on this offer and click on No, Thanksfor just a Single Site License. Next comes the actual final order page, so once you have filled up your personal information over here, and also selected the payment method credit card or PayPal and then you have made a payment; then what you should receive in your email so its very important that you check your email what you should receive in your email is your login details to the WishList Customer Area, and also your license key for your WishList Member installation.
12 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, Im going to show you how to create multiple levels of membership using the WishList WordPress plugin. So once you have WishList WordPress plugin installed, then you can just click on Membership Levels WishList Member allows you to have multiple levels of membership, but you need to start with at least one membership level in order to use the plugin effectively. So Im just gonna call my first membership level as Silver, and then Im going to select the default role that Im going to give to any members of this membership level. So by default, youll be giving the role of subscriber to all members, and if you want members for this particular membership level to be able to create new content on your WordPress blog, then you can select Contributor, and if you want them to be able to publish content themselves, then you can select Author; and if you want users to be able to create and edit not only their content but also other users content, then you can select the Editor level. But Im gonna leave it as Subscriber for now. Next, you can select the Registration Page for this membership level. So to make it more meaningful, Im gonna replace the default characters here with the words Silver. Okay? And then once customers have purchased this particular membership level, where do you want to take them to? So if you created a special page, a Thank-You page, etc., then you can select the page from here, but for now, Im gonna select Home Page, so Ill bring them back to the Home Page once they have successfully signed up for that membership. And also select Home Page for after registration and after log in, alright.
13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, Im going to show you how to create sequential upgrades using the WishList Member WordPress Plugin. Now, before you go along with this video, make sure that you have created at least two or three different membership levels. In the example here, I have created three membership levels Silver, Gold, and Platinum. So basically, using the sequential upgrade feature, you can automatically move or upgrade members from one membership level to the other. So to do that, just click on the Sequential Upgrade link. So, in this example, for all Silver members, I can auto-upgrade them to go Platinum. So assuming that Silver is the lowest membership level or the cheapest membership level, followed by Gold and Platinum, so I may want to upgrade member from Silver to Gold automatically, and then I can choose the method. I can either Move them or Add. The difference is, if I choose to move members to the Gold membership from the Silver membership, when this happens, they will be members in the Gold membership, but no longer having access to the Silver membership, ever. So this really depends on how you set up your membership site. In most cases, the lowest membership level would allow access to only certain type of content, but not all the content, and then the higher-level membership, for example, Gold, will allow access to more content, etc., etc. But you can also choose to just add members. What this means is that when the sequential upgrade happens, that particular member will still be having the Silver membership, but now, he will also have access to the Gold membership. So again, it really depends on how you set up your membership site. And then you can choose the amount of days for this sequential upgrade feature to happen. Now, sequential upgrades are really, really useful for a couple of reasons. The first reason you may want to use sequential upgrades is to increase customer loyalty to your membership site. Now, for example, you may want to only sell the Silver membership level publicly on your website or on your blog; but once a member has been a Silver member for a certain amount of days, you may want to upgrade them to the Gold member, etc. While theyre still paying the same amount of money, now they will have extra features; extra content; and whatever else extra that you specified in the Gold membership. Okay, so Im gonna put it as 3 Days.
13 May 2010
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30 May 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow top 10 list from reviewer Kevin. Since he's been too busy this year playing the old stuff, he's scrapped the notion of a "best of 2010" list in favor of a wishlist of game franchises in need of a revival. With the recent trend of successful remakes like Donkey Kong Country or Goldeneye, there's never been a better time for other obscure classics to get the same treatment. Kevin digs deep into his gaming past to unearth some forgotten gems with great potential. Be sure to check out the other 5 selections continued in Part 2.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow top 10 list from reviewer Kevin. Since he's been too busy this year playing the old stuff, he's scrapped the notion of a "best of 2010" list in favor of a wishlist of game franchises in need of a revival. With the recent trend of successful remakes like Donkey Kong Country or Goldeneye, there's never been a better time for other obscure classics to get the same treatment. Kevin digs deep into his gaming past to unearth some forgotten gems with great potential. Be sure to check out the other 5 selections in case you missed Part 1.
25 Sep 2012
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If you love zombies and parlor games then you should put these on your Wishlist.
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1 Sep 2013
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1 Feb 2008
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*******live.pirillo**** - What are you looking forward to most in the next version of Windows? I asked for your feedback on this recently, and some of you responded. I don't think that anyone is as passionate about this as is Zach, who sent me his top 30 things he's looking for. So what are you looking forward to most... and what suggestions can you offer to Zach, so he can take advantage of some of these features today?
15 Jun 2008
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