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Old 08-29-2009, 02:16 PM   #1
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Default [CLOSED]The WSO You've Been Saving Your $19.95 For!

This is THE WSO
you've been holding on to your $19.95 for!

An Easy, Step-by-Step, newbie-friendly
SYSTEM
that makes building a successful,
money-making, internet business a cinch!


For impatient people like me that don't like to wade
through sales letter blah, blah, yada, yada...
here's the skinny:





Hi. My name is Ralph and you may have seen a couple of my other WSOs lately. Cool stuff, if I say so myself. But it may not have been anything that lit your fire.

However, this WSO... this WSO is the BOMB!

I'm a technician – a programmer by trade - and generally don't go for all the hype and the flash. So when I start using superlatives... well, you can believe something super-spectacular is coming your way. And, here it is:

You are a couple of mouse clicks away from a SYSTEM designed to shove money into your PayPal (or ClickBank) account. Now, you've heard that before, I'm sure. You may even have tried some of those other "secret systems" but they failed you because:
  • It took too long to create your product
  • Writing the sales letter to sell your product was too hard
  • It cost TOO much to drive traffic to your website
  • Building a website was too "techy" and complicated
  • You couldn't get anyone to do a joint venture with you

Am I talking to YOU? If I am, it's because I know... I've been there. That's why I got excited about this system. With this system, here are six (6) things that you DON'T have to do:
  1. You don't have to create a HUGE product - Always a problem for me. I was looking for the product that I could sell to THOUSANDS of people. You'll make good part-time money with this system with only a few dozen sales.
  2. You don't have to sit at the computer for 3 weeks writing a sales letter - I write pretty well, but it takes me forever. No sales letters to write in this system!
  3. You don't have to create a complicated website - As I mentioned, I'm a technician, so creating websites is a no-brainer for me. But this system uses easy, uncomplicated websites that anyone can learn to setup.
  4. You don't need a big list to get started - I don't have one, do you?
  5. You don't have to have an affiliate program to get started - Starting your own affiliate program gets hundreds of people selling your product - that is, if you can convince hundreds of people to sell your product. (This system lets you make money selling the product yourself. Once it gets going, it'll be easier to get affiliates later.)
  6. You don't have to waste time learning a thousand confusing tricks to beat the search engines - I've learned a lot of them. Most of the "tricks" change every few months - so you've got to learn more... a waste of my time.

It's called Micro-Continuity. If you've heard of it already, then you know that the Micro-Continuity concept involves three things:
  1. Micro (small) Sites - No need for huge 500+ page sites to try to get ranked by search engines. Small sites work just fine
  2. Micro (small) membership base - There are people who crave information about all kinds of things: building a potato gun, extreme sports, overcoming addictions, improving relationships, increasing gas mileage, and on and on.
  3. Micro (short) time periods - It's a lot easier to get people to pay you $15 for 3, 6, or 12 months than to get them to pay you "$15 every month until you and die". $15 a month for 6 months puts a limit on the purchase and on the commitment. It's almost like a payment plan, and most of your customers will familiar with that! :)

Now, just suppose you could just get 75 people from the all over the world (world wide web - remember?) to pay you $15 a month for a year to, say, become their local potato gun expert?
BOOOOM! $1150/mo!
How 'bout if you could find 2 other areas where you could shell out good information to say 25 and 50 users? Now, you're looking at 50+25+75 = 150 x $15 =
BOOOOM! $2250/mo!
* in your spare time *
* from home *
* in your pajamas *
* while you sleep! *

The Micro-Continuity SYSTEM is designed for REGULAR people, people who want to provide a product or service that their customers want, people who are looking for a good, honest way to make a few more bucks, and people who have never built a website before or made a single sale online.

If you look at most money-making Micro-Continuity sites, you'll find they have a few things in common:
  • The copy on the squeeze pages and sales letters is fair. Nothing groundbreaking... just "fair".
  • The sites aren't anything special. Usually it's a simple one-page mini-site that follows the Micro-Continuity formula.
  • There's no "killer list" to promote to. Most of them started building their lists from SCRATCH and concentrated on givinga away just 1 CD (or other free offer) a day!
  • There's no "million-dollar" autoresponder follow-up either. The copy on the follow-ups are average at best.
  • Most Micro-Continuity sites have never been promoted with an affiliate programs or ezine and newsletter ads. It's something to grow into but it's not necessary for you to make good money from the start.
  • Most have never done a "joint venture" to promote it. The site owners didn't have to run around begging joint venture partners to look at their product
  • They get VERY LITTLE traffic to their sites. Most get about 20-40 visitors a day. That certainly won't get you an Alexa ranking, but it can give you a nice income.

So, what does all this have to do with me?

Well, in order to setup a Micro-Montinuity site you need membership site software. When I looked around for the software for my Micro-Continuity sites, I wasn't impressed.

What I found was this:
  • aMember - $199 for 1 domain
  • Memberwing - $99 for 1 domain
  • Your Members - $50 for 1 domain
  • WP-Member - $44 for 1 domain
When I looked for software for my membership site I decided to use WordPress. I've been spoiled by this product for years now. It's cheap (FREE), easy, and it's good.

I also used a WordPress theme and a number of WordPress plugins to augment my site... ALL cheap (FREE), easy, and good.

Then I looked for a plugin that would let me send my subscribers to my PayPal account to pay for subscriptions. And, what did I find? Easy, good... but not cheap! I found the "fancy" and relatively expensive offerings above and almost sprang for the $50 Your Members but I got scared off by the single domain license. (I'm looking at building at least 3 sites.)

So, I did some more scouting around and found a really nice, freebie gem...EasyPayPal. It's cheap (FREE), easy, and good, but it didn't quite do everything I needed.


Here's what EasyPayPal did do:
  • Subscription payments - users must pay for a subscription as soon as they register
  • Hide content from un-registered users

Both of which I really wanted but, unfortunately I needed a more for my Micro-Continuity sites. So, here's what I created my own. It's called Micro-Membership and it's designed just for small, niche, Micro-Continuity membership sites. Here's what I added:
  • Multiple levels of registered users (**11/8 Update**) - Micro-Membership uses Free, Standard, Premium, Executive, and Elite. The Free registration is a key part of the business model for my site. (I'll spare you the details.)
  • Integration into PayPal's subscription service - Micro-Membership uses PayPal's subscription service so PayPal bills my subscribers automatically on a predetermined schedule
  • Calendar intervals - Micro-Membership lets you describe subscriptions the way most people are familiar (and comfortable) with - in calendar intervals like 2 weeks, 1 month, etc.
  • Category Security - Micro-Membership lets you put posts in WordPress categories, then provide access to the categories based on subscription level. It lets you create a "private area" for your best customers. How cool is that?
  • Dripped Content - Gradual content delivery is the holy grail of membership sites. It keeps people from joining and accessing all of your information in the first couple of days. It also lets you build your site gradually - meaning you don't have to have a huge site ready just to get started. You'll only need the first week's worth of content; then you can build the rest as your business grows. Micro-Membership does gradual content delivery. BOOOOM!
  • ClickBank Support - Now you can place your membership site in ClickBank's Marketplace and recruit an army of affiliates to help you promote your business.

No, Micro-Membership doesn't do everything the "big boys" do. It doesn't connect to 25 different payment processors (PayPal and ClickBank support only), and it doesn't have a fancy administrative front end. But what this nifty little plugin does do is let you turn any WordPress website in to a Micro-Continuity site that supports hidden text, "pay for content", multiple subscription levels, category security, and automatic subscription payments to your PayPal account...

For just nineteen dollars and ninety-five cents!

$19.95 - they're going fast!
So don't hesitate!

Ralph

**The Bonuses previously offered here have been discontinued.**

P.P.S. - DEMO SITE AVAILABLE
Since people have PM'd me about seeing this product in action, I've created a demo site using one of my unused domains. The site is at:
Micro-Membership Demo

The site has 4 users:
  • FreebieUser - Registered but chose not to pay.
  • PaidUser - Paid for a subscription
  • PremiumUser - Paid more for an even fancier subscription
  • demoadmin - A user that has additional access rights so you can see the way Micro-Membership is configured
The password for all four users is "demo". (PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD!)

Feel free to test out all four users. You shouldn't be able to break anything but, if you do, there's nothing else of value on the site anyway.
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Hi,

What about the s&h for addresses outside the US? I presume that this offer is open to non US- based Warriors.

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1. You Micro-membership tool, is that a plugin? if so, how are you handling the upgrades to be compatible with future wordpress?

2. Which version is your tool compatible with?

3. I already have the 2 bonuses you speak about. They are not required with the purchase are they?

4. Any there any future plans for upgrades/developments? I would like to be able to integrate it with another shopping cart/authorizenet.

5. I noticed on your demo site that on the right side of the site, there are links for comments rss and entries rss. if someone unsubscribes, does that mean they'll still be able to receive the content through rss?

6. Is the signup process and cancel process automatically handled on your site?
Thanks in advance for for your fast response.

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What about the s&h for addresses outside the US? I presume that this offer is open to non US- based Warriors.
Michael,

There's a yes and a no answer to your question.

Yes. The Micro-Membership software has only been tested with US PayPal so, from that standpoint it's primarily a US offering. (I don't know that it WON'T work, I just haven't spent anytime making sure it does so it hasn't been tested.)

The bonuses can go anywhere, however. The report is free. S&H for the course is $19.95 outside the US.

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Ralph,
I get an error message when I try to login to the demo site. I presume the username is "admin"? Is it working for others?
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Ralph,
I get an error message when I try to login to the demo site. I presume the username is "admin"? Is it working for others?
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Nope.

There is an administrative user but I'm keeping the details secret. (If the administrative user gets hosed, there's no way I can recover the site.)

The four users are the ones listed above:
  • FreebieUser - Registered but chose not to pay.
  • PaidUser - Paid for a subscription
  • PremiumUser - Paid more for an even fancier subscription
  • demoadmin - A user that has additional access rights so you can see the way Micro-Membership is configured
The password for all four users is "demo". (PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD!)


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grey77

I don' t think you supposed to enter "admin" as user to test it.

At the end of his post it said to To test it
The site has 4 users:
  • FreebieUser - Registered but chose not to pay.
  • PaidUser - Paid for a subscription
  • PremiumUser - Paid more for an even fancier subscription
  • demoadmin - A user that has additional access rights so you can see the way Micro-Membership is configured
The password for all four users is "demo". (PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD!)

Feel free to test out all four users. You shouldn't be able to break anything but, if you do, there's nothing else of value on the site anyway.

Hope that helps,
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1. You Micro-membership tool, is that a plugin? if so, how are you handling the upgrades to be compatible with future wordpress?

2. Which version is your tool compatible with?

3. I already have the 2 bonuses you speak about. They are not required with the purchase are they?

4. Any there any future plans for upgrades/developments? I would like to be able to integrate it with another shopping cart/authorizenet.

5. I noticed on your demo site that on the right side of the site, there are links for comments rss and entries rss. if someone unsubscribes, does that mean they'll still be able to receive the content through rss?

6. Is the signup process and cancel process automatically handled on your site?
Peter, you really laid into me, man!

I apologize for how long it's taken to get back to you. I was listening to a webinar and it crashed my browser (twice) while I was writing the reply. I finally just cut it off - it wasn't doing for me what I needed anyway.

As for your questions:
  1. Yes, it's a WordPress plugin. As for WordPress... I'd hate to speculate on what they might do in the future, so I can't give you a definite answer on what my response might be. I can say this... I wrote this software to use on my sites so I expect to keep it up to date. Any updates to the software will be free to purchasers.
  2. It's tested and running with the latest version of WordPress. Both my test site and the demo site are running version 2.84.
  3. Absolutely not. The reason for including these bonuses is that they'll help people get the most profitable use out of the Micro-Membership software. If you've already got these then you're already aware of the possibilities.
  4. I don't have any plans to support the universe of payment processors. When I went looking for membership software, I only wanted one with PayPal. It's not that I didn't want the other payment options, I just didn't want to pay for them I do expect to add ClickBank in the next couple of months but I won't promise any others. If, however, there's a groundswell of support for 1 or more additional processors AND I can figure out how to add them without too much trouble, they'll get in there. (That's how content dripping got added!)
  5. I'll have to get back to you on this. I believe the RSS feed is protected in the same way standard posts are, but I'll need to do a spot more research before I can give you a definite answer. I'll update this post when I know for sure.
  6. Yep!
There, how'd I do?

Thanks for your interest,

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Thanks man. I appreciate it. I was actually looking at buying your easypapalhack few weeks ago when it was $5. It didn't have the content drip so I didn't get it.

Well, I just saw it again and it has content drip so I bought it. You got a new customer.



Quick question,

I didn't get the plr because you stopped selling it. What are my restrictions with this thing? Can I install it on my client's sites'?

Also, would i be able to get someone to hack your plugin to add a shopping cart payment in there?

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Thanks man. I appreciate it. I was actually looking at buying your easypapalhack few weeks ago when it was $5. It didn't have the content drip so I didn't get it.

Well, I just saw it again and it has content drip so I bought it. You got a new customer.



Quick question,

I didn't get the plr because you stopped selling it. What are my restrictions with this thing? Can I install it on my client's sites'?

Also, would i be able to get someone to hack your plugin to add a shopping cart payment in there?
Peter,

Thanks for the purchase.

Sure, you can hack the thing to your heart's content.

The license is not a resale license, however. So you couldn't legally do the hack then resell this as your own product.

As for putting it on your client's site... Hmmm... that's kinda skirting the line so let me say this:

The license allows you to place this software on as many sites as you like. For your clients, my preference would be that you purchase a license for specifically for them but, as long as you're not reselling the product, I'm cool with that.

(Did I really put that in writing? )

Thanks again,

Ralph

**UPDATE** (11/1/2009)
The licensing for this product has now changed.

There is now a Developers Version available with the appropriate licensing for those who would like to package this membership script with websites they build for their clients.

Please see this thread.

CRAZY Programmer Does it AGAIN! - Money-Making WordPress Membership Site in 24 Hours!

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... I didn't get the plr because you stopped selling it....
Peter (and anyone else),

I kinda skipped over this when I read your post earlier.

Here's the scoop on the PLR.

Micro-Membership is a REAL product that, except for the support of multiple payment processors, competes favorably with commercial products that sell for as much as $200 for a single domain license.

Personally, I could justify selling PLR rights for a low price - maybe for $97 or so. I could probably sell quite a few copies. But every PLR license sold lessens the value of every other PLR license.

If I sell a license for $97 to someone who plans to offer it on a PLR software site for $2, that pretty much ruins the chance that any other PLR licensee can sell the software anywhere close to the product's true value.

So, I've decided that if I sell PLR rights, it'll be at a much more selective price - say $897. Anyone who pays that much for the product probably isn't planning to give it away on a PLR site. The purpose for the significantly higer price would be to protect the value of the PLR license - not to put money in my pocket (tho' it would be nice).

With that understanding, and since $897 isn't quite the pricing you see on the Warriors Special Offers forum, I didn't even bother to offer PLR rights in this WSO.

If my logic is flawed (I have good logic with programming - business... maybe not!) please let me know. I'm open to any and all reasonable suggestions.

Thanks,

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Hi,

Dumb question here. Could I use this as a e-commerce (shopping cart) site instead of a membership site? How would I do that?

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Dumb question here. Could I use this as a e-commerce (shopping cart) site instead of a membership site? How would I do that?
Dreams,

It's only a dumb question if I don't know the answer!

The short answer to your question is no, you can't use Micro-Membership to do e-commerce.

Now, the long answer...

Basically, you've got two separate things.
  1. Membership software protects your site. It lets you charge people to enter your site and control what content they have access to once they get in. For this, you can use Micro-Membership.
  2. E-Commerce software provides the interface for people to buy stuff from your site. For this, you'd need software other than Micro-Membership.
You can have either a membership site where you restrict access to your site to paying (or maybe not) subscribers or your can have an e-commerce site where you've got a "store" and a shopping cart program that let's people buy stuff from your site or you can have both - a site where only members can buy stuff from your site.

Micro-Membership does have a feature where you can put a PayPal "BuyNow" button on your page to sell a product or service, but it doesn't get you much more than just putting the button on the page yourself.

With that said, an e-commerce site with e-commerce software running along with Micro-Membership may be an excellent idea. For example, there are quite a few people who have setup membership sites so their subscribers can purchase and download PLR products. They make very little money (if any) on the PLR purchases and downloads. The money is made from the recurring subscriptions or the backend upsells.
So, depending on what your business model is, Micro-Membership could still be for you.

Thanks for asking,

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Hey.

Would love to buy this. Just need to clarify something.

This is my specific situation on my website.
-I do not allow user registrations.
-I have a contact form on the website through which people apply for registration.
-After, I receive the contact form, I call them,make them pay through cheque/bank wire etc .
-After their payment clears , I give them a user id and pass by which they can login and view the protected content.
-I protect the content by a simple plugin that makes the protected posts invisible to non-registered members.

The problem.

The simple problem is that I want to release my articles sequentially till a period of six months so that small amount of information is revealed sequentially to newly reg members.

The solution.

I think your plugin is the solution. It looks damn good. I just want you to confirm whether it will work in my situation. I do not want payment integration/user registration integration of any kind..
Just want the sequential content delivery for the users I create.

Hope Im clear..
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Yep, it'll work great... assuming you're using WordPress. (I didn't see that mentioned anywhere in your message.)

Once you create the user, you'll go to the Micro-Membership User Manager page and set the user up with a subscription level and a "next payment date". If you're using a one-time payment, you can set the payment date years into the future. If you do periodic payments, you can set the next payment date to whatever date they need to pay by. If they don't pay, they'll get the Micro-Membership payment screen - which you can customize to say "send me a cheque" or whatever.

The gradual content delivery doesn't care how your users get registered, just as long as they're registered WordPress users with a Micro-Membership subscription level.

One more thing, Micro-Membership allows you to show "teaser" content to unregistered visitors to your site - information that may prompt them to join. It also has [free][/free] tags that show teaser content to unregistered visitors but doesn't force your registered users to wade through the "advertisements".

If seems like, for $17.95, this is the product for you!

Thanks for inquiring,

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Hi Ralph,

I see your reasoning behind the PLR license and I understand where you are coming from. To tell you the truth, my reason for that was not to just resell the license but to be able to use it for a high priced product and sell it to my new customers.

Also, I wanted to be able to provide that option to my paid membership subscribers but I guess you answered that for me already in the previous answer.

Thanks again for a great WSO Ralph.

Peter


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Peter (and anyone else),

I kinda skipped over this when I read your post earlier.

Here's the scoop on the PLR.

Micro-Membership is a REAL product that, except for the support of multiple payment processors, competes favorably with commercial products that sell for as much as $200 for a single domain license.

Personally, I could justify selling PLR rights for a low price - maybe for $97 or so. I could probably sell quite a few copies. But every PLR license sold lessens the value of every other PLR license.

If I sell a license for $97 to someone who plans to offer it on a PLR software site for $2, that pretty much ruins the chance that any other PLR licensee can sell the software anywhere close to the product's true value.

So, I've decided that if I sell PLR rights, it'll be at a much more selective price - say $897. Anyone who pays that much for the product probably isn't planning to give it away on a PLR site. The purpose for the significantly higer price would be to protect the value of the PLR license - not to put money in my pocket (tho' it would be nice).

With that understanding, and since $897 isn't quite the pricing you see on the Warriors Special Offers forum, I didn't even bother to offer PLR rights in this WSO.

If my logic is flawed (I have good logic with programming - business... maybe not!) please let me know. I'm open to any and all reasonable suggestions.

Thanks,

Ralph
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Hi Ralph!

Wow, I am in such disbelief.

I stumbled on your other WSO but the link to ejunkie said product removed. I had to dig to find this, but I am really interested in this plugin.

Questions - Will this be the only plugin I need? I saw some other plugins in your back end installed. Are those more or are they included?

Here is what I want to be able to do. I want to have a wordpress members site that is just a one time payment with access (guessing that is just set up as a regular paypal payment) and also have the micro-continuity option to drip feed and charge regularly for a different course - this is for 2 different sites.

Can you give me the best order of events? IE, users sign up as free user, then need to upgrade where they are directed to paypal to pay, and then when they come back to the site they are automatically upgraded and have access to the paid content?

Will they need to sign up as a free user first or can they just pay and then create username and password?

I'm really excited about this.
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I am from outside US as well. I think this should work with a non-US Paypal account so I will be purchasing the plugin. However, I would really like it if you could send me a download link to the bonus stuff you make available. I don't need a new MP3 player and don't need it sent to me for $20.

update: I just bought this and correct me if I am wrong. Are the bonuses actually free videos found on another products website? I am asking because your bonus stuff link seemed to me like an affiliate link to another -very prominent- "micro continuity" related offer.

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I just wanted to say that this software is great.
My needs are not too sophisticated but I DID want to be able to drip content.

I bought a few days ago and as far as I can tell everything works as it should. I am still laying out my first site and transfering in the content but I anticpate no problems. For $17.95 this is well worth the purchase!
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Does anybody have the plugin up and running? I'm having a hard time getting my [pay] page to work correctly.
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John, I will send you a pm - you are probably doing what I was just doing last night - LOL which is looking at it as a paid member. The buttons to pay do not show.

I am working my way through this over the next couple of days, but yes, it works.

Try rewriting the code in the secured pdf. Then log out as an admin. Then visit the site and go to log in - you will need to have selected "anyone can register in the regular admin settings.

Then, register for your site as a different user - like one that would be a random visitor. When you go to click on the link to log in, the pay page pops up and gives you the options to be a free member or to pay - click on the pay and you will see it direct to your paypal account.

I am very giddy over this today. I'm supposed to be working on some other stuff (such a bad girl).
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John, I will send you a pm - you are probably doing what I was just doing last night - LOL which is looking at it as a paid member. The buttons to pay do not show.

I am working my way through this over the next couple of days, but yes, it works.

Try rewriting the code in the secured pdf. Then log out as an admin. Then visit the site and go to log in - you will need to have selected "anyone can register in the regular admin settings.

Then, register for your site as a different user - like one that would be a random visitor. When you go to click on the link to log in, the pay page pops up and gives you the options to be a free member or to pay - click on the pay and you will see it direct to your paypal account.

I am very giddy over this today. I'm supposed to be working on some other stuff (such a bad girl).
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Just bought this and it looks superb.

Quick question. Despite being a user of wordpress for many years I have never had people create user accounts.

They have to do this don't they before they can signup for any paid content?

So on my [pay] page should I have at the top a link to wp-register.php?

Or am I being thick?
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Just bought this and it looks superb.

Quick question. Despite being a user of wordpress for many years I have never had people create user accounts.

They have to do this don't they before they can signup for any paid content?

So on my [pay] page should I have at the top a link to wp-register.php?

Or am I being thick?
I wouldn't say you're being thick, but you don't have to do anything to your [pay] page.

What you'll need to do is go to the General settings page [ Settings | General ] and check the the Anyone Can Register checkbox. I would also suggest you install one of the CAPTCHA plugins (I use SI CAPTCHA) to keep the spambots from creating useless accounts.

Once that's done, you should make sure there's a visible link to register on any pages accessible to the public. The link will, of course, be there if you have the META widget activated (or its more configurable Mini-META counterpart). But you may also want to add the link directly (link to: http://www.yoursite.com/wpdirectory/...ction=register).

Your new subscribers will then:
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  2. Receive their password in the confirmation email
  3. Attempt to logon

At this point, Micro-Membership will step in, determine that the new member has not yet paid for a subscription, and automatically display the [pay] page.

You can create an account on the demo site if you'd like to see how it works.
Or, if you've got an email address available, create a test user on your own site as you'll need to have one anyway to display the payment buttons.

Hope that answers your question. If not, you know where to find me!

And, thanks for your purchase,

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Hi,

I bought this product. I see the potential for it. Is it possible to see a real site in action not the demo site because it is not all that clear? I set my site up and it took a while to get the [pay] page working but I figured it out. Now the problem I have is that if a person does not buy it right away they do not get the chance to buy again it seems. In the PDF it shows how to find a niche and all it would be nice to see the finished product. Like does a person do a front page with ad copy and then join here or just a lot of articles and add [pay] [/pay] to each one so the SE finds it then people try to read them and they have to pay? If I could find a site in action I would be able to pump these out fast but I am stuck with thying to see the proper way to use this script.

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I bought this product. I see the potential for it. Is it possible to see a real site in action not the demo site because it is not all that clear? I set my site up and it took a while to get the [pay] page working but I figured it out. Now the problem I have is that if a person does not buy it right away they do not get the chance to buy again it seems. In the PDF it shows how to find a niche and all it would be nice to see the finished product. Like does a person do a front page with ad copy and then join here or just a lot of articles and add [pay] [/pay] to each one so the SE finds it then people try to read them and they have to pay? If I could find a site in action I would be able to pump these out fast but I am stuck with thying to see the proper way to use this script.

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Sent you a PM.

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This plugin rocks...a genuine WSO that is worth more than he is charging.
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hi

I have just bought the product and it also took me some time to figure out the pay button thing but i eventually did. I simply want my visitors to simply subscribe first and then register but it seems that you must register first before subscribing, or have I missed something here?

Still , great product but a bit complex and maybe a flow chart or similar would help newbies understand what's going on
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Thank! That was my goal. It's good to know I got there!

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Ralph, did you answer (or has anyone tested) the protection of feeds from categories secured by your plugin?

This is my only really *must have* feature.

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Hi there
I accessed your admin area, and have a look around.

I noticed that there is a configuration under Tool --> Micro Membership Course Mint. I'm not so sure with this configuration , why there is "first course" , "second course" and "third course" is there any "fourth course ?"... what is it used for ?
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Hi Ralph!

Ok, I upgraded and looks like the error message I had is gone.

I am back to wrapping my head around all the different configurations.

Am I understanding this correctly - Although there are several membership options, I can also just charge per post with that green $ button?

If so, my head is about to explode. If I can charge people just to pay for the posts they want to have access to, this is beyond amazing.

Here is my model:

I am creating a video course on the blog, but if members don't want to pay for all the videos and just want to see one that might solve their problem then I would like to give them that opportunity to just buy the one post.

I'm attempting to set up the categories etc as I go so I can create posts and not be concerned that my content is hanging out in public.

Is this the way to go? Or is there an easier solution?

Am I complicating thing for myself? (wouldn't surprise me)

Ok, back to playing for now.
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Responded to your PM.

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I accessed your admin area, and have a look around.

I noticed that there is a configuration under Tool --> Micro Membership Course Mint. I'm not so sure with this configuration , why there is "first course" , "second course" and "third course" is there any "fourth course ?"... what is it used for ?
Those courses are how I've configured the sample "drip feed" content.

So, on the demo site I have 3 different "courses" or segments of dripped content. You should also note on that same screen how each "course" is scheduled for when the content is delivered.

Hope that answers your question.

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Hi Ralph!

Ok, I upgraded and looks like the error message I had is gone.

I am back to wrapping my head around all the different configurations.

Am I understanding this correctly - Although there are several membership options, I can also just charge per post with that green $ button?

If so, my head is about to explode. If I can charge people just to pay for the posts they want to have access to, this is beyond amazing.

Here is my model:

I am creating a video course on the blog, but if members don't want to pay for all the videos and just want to see one that might solve their problem then I would like to give them that opportunity to just buy the one post.

I'm attempting to set up the categories etc as I go so I can create posts and not be concerned that my content is hanging out in public.

Is this the way to go? Or is there an easier solution?

Am I complicating thing for myself? (wouldn't surprise me)

Ok, back to playing for now.
Jill!

You're a tough woman to keep up with!

Yes, you can charge per post - sorta.

Micro-Membership doesn't have a "charge per post" feature but it does have a "charge for content" feature.

You'll use the green "$" button to create the basic button code. Then, you'll enter your "hidden" text in the area just before the closing ([/paybutton]) tag.

The Micro-Membership "pay for content" feature uses the page/post id and the item number to identify the paid for content. So, if you want to have a number of paid for videos on the same page, you'll create each with its own paybutton code and a unique (to the page) item number. Then place the link to your video in the "hidden text" area (immediately before the closing tag).

FYI: I don't know if you're familiar with the history of Micro-Membership, but it got its start with a product called EasyPayPal. As a result, many of the features of EasyPayPal have been retained in Micro-Membership. These include:
  • Pay for content - the feature described above
  • Pay to post - Allows you to charge members to post to your site. Great for a something like a job board or for an ad board (like the WSO)
  • Pay Now (no Login) - Allows you to use the paybutton tags to place buttons for external products that don't require user information to satisfy
  • Pay for Categories - Allows you to hide posts in a category until the category has been "purchased". The code for this feature has been retained in Micro-Membership, but it does not seem to work.

All of these features have been tested and, except for the "Pay for Categories" feature, they all work.

Two points of caution:
  1. Although these functions have been tested, they have not been subjected to the same level of testing as the membership and category security features (membership levels, payment notification, category security, dripped content, etc.) that make up Micro-Membership. If you choose to use any of the inherited feature, please test your setup thoroughly. If you encounter any bugs, these features are fully supported.
  2. Much like the EasyPayPal membership functions that I upgraded in Micro-Membership, these features are very spartan. They work, but may not be as flexible or provide as many options as you might like. I currently have no plans to enhance any of these features; however, if a suggested enhancement would provide significant added value to Micro-Membership users, it will be considered.

I hope that'll work for you but, if it doesn't, please don't hesitate to shoot me any configuration questions.

Thanks again for your continued support,

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Pay for Categories - Allows you to hide posts in a category until the category has been "purchased". The code for this feature has been retained in Micro-Membership, but it does not seem to work.
  1. Much like the EasyPayPal membership functions that I upgraded in Micro-Membership, these features are very spartan. They work, but may not be as flexible or provide as many options as you might like. I currently have no plans to enhance any of these features; however, if a suggested enhancement would provide significant added value to Micro-Membership users, it will be considered.

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Any chance of getting Pay for Categories to work? I think that would do what avenuegirl wants to do perfectly
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I am ready to buy this script.. but 1 question - does it support 2CO payments? Can you integrate that? Thanks
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Unfortunately, 2CheckOut is not supported.

I did take a look at the 2CheckOut technical pages (got a request from another prospect) and it looks like 2CheckOut is missing some features and those omissions will make implementation a bit more challenging.

There's also some indication (from various posts on the net) that the a few other needed features don't currently work properly.

If this were not the case, I might be willing to add 2CheckOut. However, since certain necessary features are either missing or poorly implemented, I would be reluctant to promise a full 2CheckOut implementation. (The problem would be in implementing multiple subscription levels in 2CheckOut. I'm pretty sure I could implement a single subscription level without too much trouble.)

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Currently, I am thinking about buying memberwing script which has 2CO support payment feature. However, if you can do that - I will buy yours one.
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Ditto. Even if it just had the single level to start out with.
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Hi, I bought your script a month ago, but only now I will start using... I have a big problem... It seems that the member have to first create a username and password pay for a membership only after that... Is this correct? Because if it is, this will lower the conversion rate...

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If your advocating using Russell's Micro-Continuity model, then are you able to set it up like that?

I mean, the order is

1 I have a secret
2 Here's my secret
2a By the way I've got more secrets (Free + Shipping offer)
2b Free month in Micro Continuity

So, in keeping with the method, there would first need to be an Opt-In page which then takes them to the Sales page...

Are you able to have a regular Opt-In Page and Sales Letter Page where they pay and then just use your script to deliver the continuity in WP?

Or do you have to have the opt-in page and salesletter page as WP pages where they have to pay inside WP?

I hope what I'm asking makes sense to you. I would just rather be able to do the opt-in and sales pages outside of WP and then use WP to deliver content.

Will that work and how?

Also wondering about the answer to the previous post about if they need to become members before paying, because that does seem that it would be counter-intuitive if that is the case.

Seems like a great plugin all in all though. Great job.

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Hi, I bought your script a month ago, but only now I will start using... I have a big problem... It seems that the member have to first create a username and password pay for a membership only after that... Is this correct? Because if it is, this will lower the conversion rate...

Thanks
Yes, the user will need to first create a username and password, then pay for the membership.

However, you can use one of the free WordPress login plugins make that process fairly painless. The 3 that I've tested successfully are:
  1. WP User Registration
  2. Register Plus
  3. Theme My Login (Don't activate any redirection)

The concept works great, allowing users to choose their own password and effectively removing the usual delay waiting for the WordPress confirmation email.

Try it and see how well it works for you.

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... I would just rather be able to do the opt-in and sales pages outside of WP and then use WP to deliver content.

Will that work and how?

...

Thanks in advance,

Russell Prisco =)
Russell,

Currently, payment for the membership must be done within WordPress as Micro-Membership uses the WordPress user_ID to apply the payment.

Any reason why you wouldn't want to do the optin/sales page from within WordPress?

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Yeah, I'd like to use a nicer looking/ differnet template for the video squeeze page and sales letter than for my micro-continuity wp theme, and also, the MC part of it is supposed to be more of a bonus/upsell, not the backbone, of the free plus shipping offer.

Thanks for the quick reply =)

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Hmmm... I wonder.. Could I password protect all of the content and just use 1 level? Or maybe... could I just create a normal video squeeze and sales page and have them pay outside of wordpress and then just use a standard password protect from within the hosting in order for them to create a user account and view all the drip content?

But I guess the downfall would be having to cut people off manually somehow then when they stop paying...

Just thinking of a way to make it work.

Any suggestions?

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Just bought it. Have a question about using aweber to build lists.

I want to build 2 lists - one for free and one for paid members. Is this possible with this script? If not, how to go around this?

Still toying around with it to see what works or not. Not that easy to figure out.

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Hmmm... I wonder.. Could I password protect all of the content and just use 1 level? Or maybe... could I just create a normal video squeeze and sales page and have them pay outside of wordpress and then just use a standard password protect from within the hosting in order for them to create a user account and view all the drip content?

But I guess the downfall would be having to cut people off manually somehow then when they stop paying...

Just thinking of a way to make it work.

Any suggestions?

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~ Russell Prisco =)
Russell,

I'm working with another client to do something similar.

You still need to have your client pay from within WordPress. We're also using WordPress templates to create the squeeze page and landing pages within WordPress. Once we're done, I'll put a sample on my demo site.

I expect to have something by mid-week (Wed, 12-23).

I'll post here when it's ready,

Ralph
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Just bought it. Have a question about using aweber to build lists.

I want to build 2 lists - one for free and one for paid members. Is this possible with this script? If not, how to go around this?

Still toying around with it to see what works or not. Not that easy to figure out.

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Nope, there's no integration with Aweber.

You can use the Aweber Registration Integration plugin to create a mailing list from your registrants, but it will only go to 1 list. You'd have to manually (within Aweber) move new registrants to the appropriate list.

Thanks for the inquiry,

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Russell,

I'm working with another client to do something similar.

You still need to have your client pay from within WordPress. We're also using WordPress templates to create the squeeze page and landing pages within WordPress. Once we're done, I'll put a sample on my demo site.

I expect to have something by mid-week (Wed, 12-23).

I'll post here when it's ready,

Ralph
Any updates on this?
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Just purchased. If it does all that it claims this may be the best purchase I've made this year (pun intended).
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