Aegis

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Aegis is a global outsourcing and technology services company committed to impacting clients’ business outcomes by focusing on enhancing customer experience across all touchpoints and channels. Aegis has operations in 44 locations across 9 countries with more than 40,0...
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India, United States
Aegis
Capitalize on a results-driven company
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Outsourcing Solutions, Contact Centers Solutions, Spend Management Solutions, Finance & Accounting Solutions, Human Resources Solutions, Social Media & Analytics, Technology Solutions, Enterprise Applications, and Engineering Solutions.

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I was so much overwhelmed when I come to know that nobody will ask me for using WordPress plugins, or writing code, or connecting to a development freelancer to create a subscription website where anyone can pay and get access to my community, publications, and resources. In fact, I was thrilled to realize now I can have my local library association on the Internet all by myself. I will call it a subscription website with expressing some more about it. What is a Subscription Website? A subscription website is as same as other websites. The only different thing it has is a gate that restricts outsiders to access content on your website. The content on the website must be valuable enough to encourage people to pay and access it for their usage. Here, the word ‘valuable’ literally refers to something useful for the types and needs of the audience. The subscription sites most contain: · Industry publications, including reports, surveys, newsletters, and white papers · Guides, webinars, and courses · Exclusive invitations to conferences and events · Private membership directory for business groups and associations · Discounts on products/ services/equipments for a specific geography or industry Besides restricting access to the content, there are multitudes of administrative activities that are undertaken by the subscription websites. I wanted one as my assistant that can automatically: · Register new members or subscribers · Update profiles of the subscribers in one centralized database · Process monthly payments and set up recurring payments · Makes the website responsive for mobile applications · Distribute course materials, industry reports and journals · Email subscribers with monthly newsletters, reminders, invites, invoices, and other types of communication How to set up a Subscription Website? A systematic process will help you in doing DIY website development. Or else, your web developer can do it for you following some easy steps. 1. The first step is simple. Choose the web hosting service and a domain name. 2. Install WordPress or any other suitable platform like Weebly, Squarespace, .Net, Xamarin etc according to the type of website you want to have. 3. Choose a membership plugin. 4. Set up the site by downloading the membership plugin to your computer, logging in to your admin area, going to plugins – add new. 5. Now, browse the downloaded plugin, enter the install button and activate. 6. Now, add a payment method and it will allow you to accept payment on your subscription website. PayPal, Stripe, Authorize(dot)Net and many other payment options can be included. 7. Now, create membership levels. All members of the community may have different pricing plans and perks. The next page should include a title for your membership plan including the plan details in the editor. When you are done with the customization, you can hit the ‘publish’ button to make the things live on your website. 8. Next step is to restrict access to membership plans. You can simply do it by using ‘rules’. 9. Next thing is to create members-only content. Here, an option can be given to provide content to the subscribed members only and the plugin can have “MemberPress Unauthorized Access” meta box beneath the post editor. 10. Now, you have to create the pricing page that will be seen by your users when they are signing up to your site for a membership plan. Remember, your pricing-table page should be pleasing and you can use a theme for the same. After setting up the pricing page, you should essentially redirect more and more number of authorized users to it. 11. Next step is to add user login and signup forms. 12. Customize membership email templates. 13. Check out the report of your subscription website. Google analytics tool can help you know from where you are getting the maximum number of users. Best platforms to build Subscription Websites 1. MemberPress 2. SubHub 3. Memberful 4. WishListMember 5. EasyMemberPro 6. Wild Apricot 7. DigitalAccessPass 8. MemberGate 9. aMember 10. MembersGear Final Note: A subscription or paid service website can really yield some good revenues for your business in the long-run. In fact, many companies dealing in consumer goods, jobs, dating, and travelling are already using this kind of business model. Hence, we can say that subscription websites hold a bright future for the businesses. However, it is always advised that one should choose their niche carefully before opting for this paid procedure.
I was so much overwhelmed when I come to know that nobody will ask me for using WordPress plugins, or writing code, or connecting to a development freelancer to create a subscription website where anyone can pay and get access to my community, publications, and resources. In fact, I was thrilled to realize now I can have my local library association on the Internet all by myself. I will call it a subscription website with expressing some more about it. What is a Subscription Website? A subscription website is as same as other websites. The only different thing it has is a gate that restricts outsiders to access content on your website. The content on the website must be valuable enough to encourage people to pay and access it for their usage. Here, the word ‘valuable’ literally refers to something useful for the types and needs of the audience. The subscription sites most contain: · Industry publications, including reports, surveys, newsletters, and white papers · Guides, webinars, and courses · Exclusive invitations to conferences and events · Private membership directory for business groups and associations · Discounts on products/ services/equipments for a specific geography or industry Besides restricting access to the content, there are multitudes of administrative activities that are undertaken by the subscription websites. I wanted one as my assistant that can automatically: · Register new members or subscribers · Update profiles of the subscribers in one centralized database · Process monthly payments and set up recurring payments · Makes the website responsive for mobile applications · Distribute course materials, industry reports and journals · Email subscribers with monthly newsletters, reminders, invites, invoices, and other types of communication How to set up a Subscription Website? A systematic process will help you in doing DIY website development. Or else, your web developer can do it for you following some easy steps. 1. The first step is simple. Choose the web hosting service and a domain name. 2. Install WordPress or any other suitable platform like Weebly, Squarespace, .Net, Xamarin etc according to the type of website you want to have. 3. Choose a membership plugin. 4. Set up the site by downloading the membership plugin to your computer, logging in to your admin area, going to plugins – add new. 5. Now, browse the downloaded plugin, enter the install button and activate. 6. Now, add a payment method and it will allow you to accept payment on your subscription website. PayPal, Stripe, Authorize(dot)Net and many other payment options can be included. 7. Now, create membership levels. All members of the community may have different pricing plans and perks. The next page should include a title for your membership plan including the plan details in the editor. When you are done with the customization, you can hit the ‘publish’ button to make the things live on your website. 8. Next step is to restrict access to membership plans. You can simply do it by using ‘rules’. 9. Next thing is to create members-only content. Here, an option can be given to provide content to the subscribed members only and the plugin can have “MemberPress Unauthorized Access” meta box beneath the post editor. 10. Now, you have to create the pricing page that will be seen by your users when they are signing up to your site for a membership plan. Remember, your pricing-table page should be pleasing and you can use a theme for the same. After setting up the pricing page, you should essentially redirect more and more number of authorized users to it. 11. Next step is to add user login and signup forms. 12. Customize membership email templates. 13. Check out the report of your subscription website. Google analytics tool can help you know from where you are getting the maximum number of users. Best platforms to build Subscription Websites 1. MemberPress 2. SubHub 3. Memberful 4. WishListMember 5. EasyMemberPro 6. Wild Apricot 7. DigitalAccessPass 8. MemberGate 9. aMember 10. MembersGear Final Note: A subscription or paid service website can really yield some good revenues for your business in the long-run. In fact, many companies dealing in consumer goods, jobs, dating, and travelling are already using this kind of business model. Hence, we can say that subscription websites hold a bright future for the businesses. However, it is always advised that one should choose their niche carefully before opting for this paid procedure.

I was so much overwhelmed when I come to know that nobody will ask me for using WordPress plugins, or writing code, or connecting to a development freelancer to create a subscription website where anyone can pay and get access to my community, publications, and resources.

In fact, I was thrilled to realize now I can have my local library association on the Internet all by myself. I will call it a subscription website with expressing some more about it.

What is a Subscription Website?

A subscription website is as same as other websites. The only different thing it has is a gate that restricts outsiders to access content on your website. The content on the website must be valuable enough to encourage people to pay and access it for their usage.

Here, the word ‘valuable’ literally refers to something useful for the types and needs of the audience. The subscription sites most contain:

· Industry publications, including reports, surveys, newsletters, and white papers

· Guides, webinars, and courses

· Exclusive invitations to conferences and events

· Private membership directory for business groups and associations

· Discounts on products/ services/equipments for a specific geography or industry

Besides restricting access to the content, there are multitudes of administrative activities that are undertaken by the subscription websites. I wanted one as my assistant that can automatically:

· Register new members or subscribers

· Update profiles of the subscribers in one centralized database

· Process monthly payments and set up recurring payments

· Makes the website responsive for mobile applications

· Distribute course materials, industry reports and journals

· Email subscribers with monthly newsletters, reminders, invites, invoices, and other types of communication

How to set up a Subscription Website?

A systematic process will help you in doing DIY website development. Or else, your web developer can do it for you following some easy steps.

1. The first step is simple. Choose the web hosting service and a domain name.

2. Install WordPress or any other suitable platform like Weebly, Squarespace, .Net, Xamarin etc according to the type of website you want to have.

3. Choose a membership plugin.

4. Set up the site by downloading the membership plugin to your computer, logging in to your admin area, going to plugins – add new.

5. Now, browse the downloaded plugin, enter the install button and activate.

6. Now, add a payment method and it will allow you to accept payment on your subscription website. PayPal, Stripe, Authorize(dot)Net and many other payment options can be included.

7. Now, create membership levels. All members of the community may have different pricing plans and perks. The next page should include a title for your membership plan including the plan details in the editor.

When you are done with the customization, you can hit the ‘publish’ button to make the things live on your website.

8. Next step is to restrict access to membership plans. You can simply do it by using ‘rules’.

9. Next thing is to create members-only content. Here, an option can be given to provide content to the subscribed members only and the plugin can have “MemberPress Unauthorized Access” meta box beneath the post editor.

10. Now, you have to create the pricing page that will be seen by your users when they are signing up to your site for a membership plan. Remember, your pricing-table page should be pleasing and you can use a theme for the same. After setting up the pricing page, you should essentially redirect more and more number of authorized users to it.

11. Next step is to add user login and signup forms.

12. Customize membership email templates.

13. Check out the report of your subscription website. Google analytics tool can help you know from where you are getting the maximum number of users.

Best platforms to build Subscription Websites

1. MemberPress

2. SubHub

3. Memberful

4. WishListMember

5. EasyMemberPro

6. Wild Apricot

7. DigitalAccessPass

8. MemberGate

9. aMember

10. MembersGear

Final Note:

A subscription or paid service website can really yield some good revenues for your business in the long-run. In fact, many companies dealing in consumer goods, jobs, dating, and travelling are already using this kind of business model. Hence, we can say that subscription websites hold a bright future for the businesses. However, it is always advised that one should choose their niche carefully before opting for this paid procedure.

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