WishList Products is proud to announce that we recently released the latest edition of our flagship product, WishList Member.
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Members come for the content and stay for the community. But, they will LOVE your membership site based on how convenient it is to use.
Your content and community can be great, but if they have to crawl over hot coals to get it… they won’t be happy.
In this clip, we cover “Convenience Checks” to help ensure your members will love your membership site (and stay members month after month).
Could your website choices hurt your brand? There are many products and resources on the market today for membership site managed WordPress website hosting. We want to help you sift through the flurry of options—to find systems that are efficient, reliable, and offer fantastic customer support, while optimizing your site for speed and conversions.
To meet this challenge WishList Products has teamed up with WP Engine, a premium managed WordPress host, to bring you a webinar with the most up to date information and strategies from our combined client pools of more than 50,000 customers in 120 countries.
Get ready to learn from David Vogelpohl, vice president of web strategy at WP Engine. He will cover topics like how to easily manage your website, how to get more traffic from search engines, how to make money using WordPress, and much more. Continue Reading →
PayPal recently sent an email to their customers about some upcoming service upgrades with how they handle Instant Payment Notification (IPN).
The content of the email that PayPal sent to their customers included the following…
It has been said that leaders are learners and if you invest your time in learning today, we guarantee you will be glad you did.
Let us introduce our guest, “Help My Business!” WebTV Host, Andrew Lock. There are certain people in this world that when they talk, you listen .. AND take notes. Andrew Lock is one of those people, especially if your business could use a little help.
Lock is the author of five best-selling business books, and in 2009 his show became the #1 most popular marketing WebTV show in the Apple iTunes store, beating well known ‘traditional business training’ competitors like Harvard Business Review, Advertising Age, Business Week and TED Talks.
In this interview, Lock shares the three underlying keys that helped him launch and sell more than six membership sites, grow his business-themed T.V. show to an audience of more than 100,000 viewers, and embrace the power of residual income through membership sites.
We recently posted some information about how WishList Member is affected by WordPress version 4.3.
As it turns out, there are more changes in WordPress 4.3 that affect WishList Member than we originally expected. One of these WordPress 4.3 changes is quite significant to anyone running WishList Member and it has to do with adding new users to a WordPress site.
Without getting too technical, WordPress 4.3 returns a different response when adding a new user than previous versions of WordPress. This means that WishList Member will no longer allow new users to be added to a site that is running WordPress 4.3, which results in registrations not being successful.
But do not worry because we have already created a fix for the problem for all WishList Member users. How you apply this fix will depend on when you purchased a WishList Member license or renewal, as that will determine which version of WishList Member you can use. Continue Reading →
You may have noticed our new threads here on wishlistproducts.com. We recently updated our theme and are still tinkering with a few things here and there.
So, if you run into anything that looks out of whack please bear with us (and let us know).
We hope you like the new design and find an improvement in clarity and usefulness.
A Step Forward…
In the first week of September I received a message from my business partner Stu McLaren. He wanted to make sure that both Mike Lopez and I would be on our weekly partner meeting. Stu said that he and his wife had been making some major life decisions that would affect his future both personally and professionally.
Initially, I replied that I planned to be on the regularly scheduled Friday meeting, but I quickly realized that something just seemed different. We then pushed the meeting up a day early. Continue Reading →