When To Develop a Membership Website

This free report from Mequoda Group discusses membership websites, which can be a revenue-generating tool for online publishers

(Nationwide)—A membership website is an online information product. In order for users to access the information found behind the gated site, they need to register and pay whatever fee is associated. Users often times become members of membership websites because they contain an excessive amount of content that is typically updated regularly. For users interested in the content, it’s like being able to access an online library 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

A membership website would be a good product to create when publishers have an excess of content. This content may come from an associated print publication, newsletters, books, back-issues, or simply content that never reached the audience.

However, creating a membership website isn’t the right move for all content producers, even if they do have an excess of content. There are additional factors to consider while deciding whether or not it’s a smart decision to create a membership website.

To learn about five “deadly” factors that could make a membership website fail, start with Mequoda Group’s free 5 Deadly Membership Website Mistakes report.

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