by GlenH
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Hi Guys,

I'm looking at membership site software, and I've heard good reports about FusionHQ, particularly about it being easy to use, setup and maintain compared to other membership applications.

Some feedback would be great'.

--Glen
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    That's a tough one to answer without knowing what you need. I tried FusionHQ and wasn't very impressed. I also tried Delavo but it couldn't handle remote Wordpress websites. I personally settled with Nanacast and I'm very happy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Avis
    Robert Puddy's Login Frequency Marketing takes some beating. Before I launched my membership site I investigated (and tested) quite a few scripts, but LFM turned out to be the best by a long way.

    It is easy to install and set up, the support is fantastic and the features list allows you to do a ton of stuff that would be difficult or impossible with other scripts. And because it has been created by marketers, monetizing your membership site is fundamental to the way LFM works.

    Martin
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  • Profile picture of the author BenBrandes
    Originally Posted by GlenH View Post

    Hi Guys,

    I'm looking at membership site software, and I've heard good reports about FusionHQ, particularly about it being easy to use, setup and maintain compared to other membership applications.

    Some feedback would be great'.

    --Glen
    Hi Glen, it totally depends on what you want.

    FusionHQ is good for drip feed memberships sites (which are hosted on your server giving you total control).

    Membership sites are just a small part of what FusionHQ does. If you're looking for an easy way to also sell your membership through a sales funnel and set up an integrated affiliate system to go with it, then FusionHQ is definitely a good choice.

    It's about being able to manage and build your online business from one easy to use centralized location - without a single line of code.

    I'd definitely recommend trying it out.

    Disclaimer: I've been proudly working with FusionHQ for almost 2 years now and seen it grow to what it is today (and it's not slowing down anytime soon). Customers receive free lifetime upgrades as we keep improving - which they're very happy about.

    Hope that helps, any questions let me know
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  • Profile picture of the author niravmehta
    Another option you have is Digital Access Pass. I've used it to sell digital products, and it works very well for membership sites - with dripping etc as well. It's actively in development and support is good.

    It's easy to setup, can work independently of WordPress and has interesting promotion features.

    I recently ran their "dime sale" mechanism (I was the first to run it live I believe!) and we had great response from the list.

    Check it out!
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  • Profile picture of the author AllanWM
    Check out SiteManPro, great product and great support.

    -Allan
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  • Profile picture of the author netwiseprofits
    We use membergate. I checked out a lot of other membership software and I found membergate to be the most robust.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clyde
    aMember is the best. It can integrate pretty much with anything.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vincent1988
      SiteManPro or aMember. Personnaly I use the second one

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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    I have tried a few of those mentioned.

    But I have one membership site that brings in 6k per month. And i do all this with Optimizepress. You can load up everything and dripfeed stuff and have everything set up within a few mintues. I literaly build a squeeze page within minutes.

    I am not an affiliate, but you need to got check it out.

    ==> Optimize Press | Pro Internet Marketing Tools
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen Carter
      isn't optimize press just a WP theme? don't you have to use some other software/plugin to handle the membership part?

      i have recently set up a DAP install on a WP site to handle a dripped-content membership site for a client. i'm wondering what other dripped-content membership software there is out there which is comparable.

      i do like the look of optimize press, but i'm thinking it isn't going to handle dripped-content on its own.
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      • Profile picture of the author GlenH
        Thanks guys for all the helpful replies.

        --Glen
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