101 Guide To Your First Online Membership Site
Thinking about getting an online membership site/hub
A place where you can coach all your clients online, store all your content and work from anywhere around the world
Then today, I am going to tell you how to build one ￼?
Basically a step by step to how we build Membership Site for clients
This is going to be very techy, and we are building a vault style membership site ?
So we start by purchasing a separate domain where the website will live, or a subdomain of the current website
For example, the FitPro Web Design website is
We have made The FitPro Portal on a subdomain and called it portal
So the address is portal.fitprowebdesign.com
We then purchase the OptimzePress theme for a one off price of just £97 I think…
We upload the theme and plugin to the WordPress website
We then need to create a:
➡️ you need to login page: where we send people to who don’t have access or not logged in
➡️ login page: a page where people can login
➡️ create account page: where new clients create their account
Then we start building out the membership site
We keep it simple…
➡️ Home Page: to welcome clients to the membership site
➡️ Getting Started Page: to help new members get started, maybe take measurement or any other start videos you need
➡️ Latest Training Page: where all the latest training will be shown off
➡️ Let’s Eat Page: a place to get the recipe books and check out the latest nutrition training
➡️ Let’s Workout Page: a place to check out the latest workouts or training
➡️ Tips, Tricks & Mindset Page: a place to check out the latest training on these topics
➡️ Bonuses Page: where all the bonuses are stored
Once built, we start creating all the content and tagging them in the correct subjects to pop up in each category
Along with the membership site, we have a Facebook group where all the clients hang out
In there we post links to the new trainings to make the clients have to log into the membership site to access
That’s it ?
To be honest, I have a number of clients who make a very good living from this type of set up
Which requires very little from them every month and charge anything between £20 – £80 plus a month for this service
Want to know more
Then drop me a message
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