If you want to know how to setup a membership site with WordPress, then the plugins covered in this article will help you with your objective.
Not only are these plugins packed with features, but they are, for the most part, very easy to setup and use. The tools listed cover a range of budgets, from free to premium, and they are ideal for those just starting out, through to site owners looking for a high end professional solution.
In fact, if you need to add a members’ area to your website, and are using WordPress then you will be pleasantly surprised by some of the tools available to help you accomplish this.
The Best WordPress Membership Plugins for 2020
Keep reading to discover the best membership plugins for WordPress and get your site up and running today.
1. MemberPress – Membership Plugin
This is a well-regarded professional membership plugin for WordPress. It’s not free but it should have all the features you need and more to setup a fully functional membership website.
Once installed, this plugin allows you to restrict access to all the content on your WordPress site including pages, posts, categories, tags and files you’ve uploaded. Some other top features of MemberPress include:
- Management of unlimited members
- Create unlimited access rules
- Offer unlimited pricing pages
- Sell an unlimited amount of digital products
- Accept payments with PayPal Express Checkout and Stripe
- Automatically grant and revoke access when members join or unsubscribe
- Content dripping with timed release of access
- Premium support
When it comes to pricing, there are three plans available:
- Basic – $129 – 1 site and basic features.
- Plus – $249 – up to 10 sites and some more advanced features.
- Pro – $369 – up to 30 sites and all features, including Affiliate Royale.
If you want a premium membership plugin that covers all the bases and gives maximum flexibility then MemberPress is a great choice.
? You can learn more in our full MemberPress review.
Pros: This is a well-regarded option that is very easy to use. The support for digital products as well as managing a membership site makes this a versatile plugin.
Cons: The annual billing could add up to be expensive over time, but the option to renew and use the plugin unsupported is there.
2. Restrict Content Pro
This is another premium option, this time from Pippin’s Plugins. The admin user interface is well designed and it fits right into the appearance of the WordPress admin area, creating a seamless integration on the backend. Restrict Content Pro
This article was written by Joe Fylan and originally published on WPKube.