A Question For Amember Users

by 6 comments
Does Amember make it easy to upload videos
(and other content) into your membership site?

I currently use WordPress on my blog... and
WordPress makes it very easy for me to do
these things.

Does Amember make this easy as well... or am
I going to need to learn some HTML?
#internet marketing #amember #question #users
  • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
    James, it must be really hard getting tech support from Amember on Mars!


    PS - Sorry, but I have not used amember.
    • Profile picture of the author Jelasco
      Amember just protects your content. You need to use other software to create your content- an HTML editor, a CMS (including WP)- whatever you want. So amember has nothing to do with uploading content.
    • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
      Originally Posted by tommygadget View Post

      James, it must be really hard getting tech support from Amember on Mars!


      PS - Sorry, but I have not used amember.
      Actually, I get a great wireless signal in Olympus Mons due to the high elevation.
  • Profile picture of the author giveusallfreedom

    You actually have the answer right there in your post. Just put up another wordpress blog and protect it with Amember.

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