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Membership plugins to use with wordpress

Discussion in 'Membership Sites' started by triharas, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. triharas

    triharas Newbie

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    I have developing a membership site with paid email newsletters. The website will work like this.

    There three membership plans : basic, intermediate and advance. the user after choosing the plan has to choose the duration like 1 week 1 month and 3 months.

    Based on that criteria i will send email newsletters throught mailchimp. For example Advanced user receives all emails i will send on mailchimp. Intermediate user receives less and basic less than intermediate. i must be able to filter which messages from mailchimp newsletter each categorie can receive.

    Can u provide a plugin proper for this purpose. i can buy premium wordpress plugins also. also for mailchimp i will need a premium account? thanks in advance and sorry for my english..
     
  2. triharas

    triharas Newbie

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    anyone guys i need some help please
     
  3. LostConnection

    LostConnection Senior Member

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    Not sure if it works for you, but I've used OptimizeMember (with Optimizepress though) and it has worked very well.
     
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    80085 Registered Member

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    Hey man, I've got a really solid free option for you that I use and it works well. I use the Paid Memberships Pro plugin with their mailchimp addon. Just google it or search in your plugins dashboard. Each membership level gets auto assigned and synced with its own mailchimp list. You set up your automation, and everything else runs on auto-pilot.
     
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    Lomomu Junior Member

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    I can also recommend you going for OptimizeMember, it will work well for you having various membership levels and being able to protect your content.
     
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    jamesriske Newbie

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    I use Membermouse with Wordpress. I like it and it can do everything you need as you described above.
     
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    Aehs01 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have a lot of experience with this. I'd suggest LifterLMS for a free plugin or Memberpress if you are willing to spend some money, it's the easiest to use and has the best features.