How to create the right stream for Website Membership Site?

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      • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522484

        I have created 2 accounts at The LAB 1 account is Pro and 1 is Free and I noticed there is a difference in interface:

        1- as shown in Photos location 1-2-4 There is always a call to action to upgrade to Pro version, and position 3 is the item I registered to download from the Public Blog

        2- when I click on the course it automatically redirects to the course introduction link

        And call to buy the course


        1- How to setup 2 different interfaces for 2 types of Pro account and paid account

        2- How can I set up a paid account when I click on an unregistered course then redirects to the course introduction link and asks them to buy?

        3- How to always attach their download request at the site

        Dashboard like this?

        Ps: This is a long question, hope your support. Thanks, <b style=”font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit;”>David Risley

        Currently I am using Woocommerce & CartFlows (I really want to use ThriveCart, finished in Vietnam with a bit of difficulty with user familiarity & registration of Stripe port) + infusionsoft + ConvertBox … I am learning to use WP Fusion

        Regarding the website, I have separate 1 community website (Using Thrive Theme Builder) and 1 Membership Site website (using Themes BuddyBoss)

        • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522490

          Most of the answer to your question is… WP Fusion. 🙂

          WP Fusion has the ability to show or now show things based on tags. So:

          – The Pro upgrade menu options are simply hidden if they have the PRO member tag.
          – The redirects to sales pages if they don’t have access to a course is handled by WPFusion, too.

          The dashboard download links are a theme hack that I coded, but it is using WP Fusion code. It just looks if they have a certain tag or not, then outputs some HTML.

          WP Fusion enables all of that stuff for me.

          • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522492

            I will also add… you don’t need ThriveCart to do any of it. WooCommerce would work fine. WP Fusion does the heavy lifting. ThriveCart simply adds the right tags.

            • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522502

              Wow WPFusion is really good. Thanks you <b style=”font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit;”>David Risley

              So, will I have to install WPFusion on both the community website and Membership Site website or only on the Community Website?

              Do you have an affiliate link of WP Fusion? I want to buy through your link

              • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522503

                On any WP install where you need direct integration with your CRM.

                Yes, I do have an affiliate link. 🙂 Just click on the Tools page right here in the LAB (left side menu) and I list out everything I use. Click on membership site and you will see my link to WP Fusion.

                Do be sure you are using a CRM that works nicely with WP Fusison, tho. That part is pretty important.

                • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522505

                  I am using infussionsoft Now it is

                  I really like infussionsoft with its automation, although the cost is quite high compared to Activecampaign (rated with Test A / B) or drip (Rated for Open)

                  • July 20, 2020 at 12:15 pm #2522509

                    Gotcha. It will work with Infusion, but yeah, I’m not a big fan of it. 🙂 AC or Drip is better, IMO. But the important thing is… it will work. 🙂

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