This is Part Two of my post about how I’ve got my membership club set up.
I’ve written these posts because offering a membership with both physical and digital products is a unique situation… at least, it sure seemed that way to me, as I searched desperately for a solution for getting it set up in a way that didn’t make me want to pull all my hair out.
My membership has grown at an extremely fast rate, and I was finding myself in the middle of an absolute nightmare of billing, shipping, and digital product delivery.
Part One of this post is right HERE, and explains the challenges I found myself dealing with for the first year and a half of my growing membership.
And, this video shows an overview of what I have set up now, which has solved those issues and made my life SO much easier.
If you have found yourself in a similar boat, I hope this is helpful to you!
This video gives a basic overview, but I’ll have more videos soon showing some of the nitty-gritty of setting this stuff up.
Here are all the pieces of software I talked about in the video:
WordPress – The website software (This is free. I use this on every website I have).
Infusionsoft – This is the core of everything on the backend… it manages payments, addresses, accounts, shipping, EVERYTHING… and all the plugins below are integrated with it so that whatever happens on the user side (purchase, signup, login, cancel, etc), it’s all controlled & managed in the backend.
WooCommerce – The shopping cart plugin (this is free).
InfusedWoo – This plugin integrates WooCommerce with Infusionsoft.
AccessAlly – This is the membership site plugin that ties with Infusionsoft, to create the membership experience for my customers. I LOVE, love, love this plugin (along with all of the other plugins by this company. More details HERE).