Table Of Contents
1. Is your membership site sticky enough?
2. Which Membership Model Makes the Most Sense?
3. What Is Your Lifetime Member Value?
4. Solutions To Overcome the Headaches of Membership Site Payment Processing
5. Tips For Keeping Your Website On The Up And Up
6. 3 Vital Membership Site Legal Questions Answered
7. Make Tons Of Money By Using Your Existing Membership Site To Launch Another
8. Automating Your Site For A Stress Free, and more profitable, Life
9. Sell Your Site?
10. 10 Membership Site Must Haves
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Is Your Membership Site Sticky Enough?
10 Tips to keep members glued to your site…
The more times your customers visit your site, the more time they will have invested in your relationship and the more they will come to trust and rely on you. By building up their loyalty in this way, there is more chance that they will buy from you, follow your advice and buy your affiliate products, or click on ads that you recommend.
Put simply, a sticky site equals customer loyalty. Customer loyalty equals revenue.
1. Content – We can’t stress the importance of content enough. Keep the content up to date, and ‘time sensitive’. Remove out of date content so that it doesn’t affect the credibility of your site.
2. Give your site a personality – There is a huge amount of information on the internet, and you can be sure your members could find what you are providing elsewhere. What your members are really paying for is the way you present that information.
3. Remain focused on your niche – Don’t forget that your members joined your site because they had an interest in your niche. While it is fine to include content on a slightly different subject if you are sure it will be relevant and interesting. Never lose sight of your original subject. Wander too far off the subject and your may find your customers wandering off your member list.
4. Make information easy to find – Ensure the content on your membership site is organized in such a way that your members will find what they want easily. If your members view your site as a valuable information resource rather than just another website, they will want to us it again and again.
5. Provide what your customers want – Encourage your customers to ask for an article or information on a certain subject if they can’t find it. Writing an article specifically for one customer may seem like a lot of work, but if you think long term, that customer may then stay with you for the lifetime of your membership site.
6. Keep in touch with your members – Contacting your members via e-mail is essential to keep them engaged with your site. Send your members updates, informative newsletters, and reminders, and ask them for their feedback.
7. Ask them to take part in surveys – Ask your members to complete a survey about your membership site and then make sure you act on their feedback and let them know you have done so. Send out a special edition of your newsletter showing some of the results of your survey and detailing how you have responded and any changes you have made. Feeling that they have had a hand in shaping your site will really make your members feel engaged in your online community.Other Details
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- Year Released/Circulated: 2009
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[YES] Can be packaged
[YES] Can be sold at any price
[YES] Can be offered as a bonus
[YES] Can be given away for free
[YES] Can add to free Membership Sites
[YES] Can be added into paid membership sites
[YES] Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights *
[YES] Can convey and sell Giveaway Rights *
[YES] Can be sold in dimesales, firesales, variable price sales or auctions, eBay.com…
[NO] Can extract the graphics for use elsewhere
[NO] Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[NO] Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
[NO] Can convey and sell Private Label Rights