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MemberPress Review 2019

Updated: February 6, 2019
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adam-at-wpcrafter

MemberPress Overview

MemberPress is a WordPress plugin used to secure and sell content on your website. With its extensive features and integrations, MemberPress can handle just about any membership website requirements.

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MemberPress

$129 - $349 /per year

    • Easy To Use Intuitive Setup
    • Drip Feed Content
    • Multiple Payment Processors
    • Email Autoresponder Integration
    • Optional Affiliate System
    • Powerful Access Rules

 

MemberPress Review: Key Features

  • Easy To Use Intuitive Setup
  • Drip Feed Content
  • Multiple Payment Processors
  • Email Autoresponder Integration
  • Optional Affiliate System
  • Powerful Access Rules

MemberPress Review: Things To Consider

MemberPress comes at an annual cost, not one time. Really though, with a membership plugin, you want access to timely support and rock solid updates, so paying an annual fee is completely understandable.

My biggest issue with MemberPress has always been the plain looking checkout form. It ugly big time. And if you are not a developer, it’s not going to be easy to improve it. I have raised this concern with the developer, but they haven’t done anything to improve it.

MemberPress Coupon / MemberPress Discount

There are currently no active MemberPress Coupon or MemberPress Discounts available. However, if you do purchase MemberPress through the link on this website, I will give you access to one of my premium training course which normally sells for $99.

MemberPress Review: Summary

As far as membership plugins go, you will be hard-pressed to find one that is better then MemberPress. It is very simple to setup and manage membership websites and their support will be there for you when you need them.

MemberPress Comparisons

MemberPress Vs Wishlist Member

Comparing Wishlist Member to MemberPress is quite easy. It’s like comparing an old tube television to a beautiful flat panel. …

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MemberPress Vs Restrict Content Pro

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Review Transparency & Ethics
These reviews & comparisons are my opinions based on my usage and testing. Although I have been solicited for paid reviews, I want to make it clear that I have always declined! I have never been paid to write or record any reviews, EVER! For more information on my review process, visit my Transparency Report linked above.

11 thoughts on “MemberPress”

  1. I was going to buy MemberPress and convert my membership website but I won’t do it because they recently doubled its the price. The price was 129, now it’s 258. They also placed a fake “countdown timer” with a 50% discount, supposed to go on for 40 minutes. After 40 minutes, the countdown started again. Now they changed the discount to 60% for Black Friday.

    From december 1, what will the real price be? $ 258? I was happy to pay 129/year, but won’t buy if the price is 258, and above all I can’t accept these aggressive marketing strategies that try to force me to buy something because the price will go up in 40 minutes…
    I don’t mind there is a promotion (or a fake one?) going on in this moment, what if next year they double the price again? I will have to change membership plugin one more time.

    Wishlist member may be an older plugin but they are much more serious with the price: they don’t give coupon codes, they charge an honest price for renewal, after you first pay the full amount.

    Thanks for your articles and tutorials, best wishes

  2. Couple questions. Considering this for a sports news publication that will have a mix of free and premium content. Is there a way to make sure users can tell which posts are premium vs. free on the front end? Also, is it possible to customize the log in options depending on the area of the site they are in? For example, if they’re clicking on something premium from the home page, could we redirect them to a sign up page, but if they click on something premium from social, could we have the log in pop up at the post level?

  3. Mark WP Business User

    I was driving myself nuts trying to figure out what subscription management I should use. Luckily I found you review and overview and that sealed the deal. It’s just what I wanted and made sure I clicked using your site. Thanks for finally making my decision process easier. Well done.

  4. Adam,

    Thanks for this review of Memberpress, I’m planning on purchasing within the next 24 hours and will make sure I do so from our site so I can help support you and the great content that you produce.

    I have one question – Can I use pages designed with Beaver Builder and Ultimate Addons with MemberPress. I want to be able to control the content on the various pages that Memberpress directs members to so they only see high quality content on the pages and posts.

    Thanks again.

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