A membership site is a website where members log in and, in some cases, pay a subscription fee to access your educational content or discussion forums. With Ontraport, if you have a WordPress website, you can simply link it to your Ontraport account to manage every aspect of membership — including your site’s pages, login processes, automated follow-up and subscription payments — from a single place.
If you have created an Ontraport Page and would like to use it on your third-party WordPress website, you can pull it over from your Ontraport account to host on the WordPress site with the Ontrapages WordPress plugin.
If you have a membership site, you may want to create a Customer Center where your members can log in and do things such as view their purchase and payment history, update their credit card details, and change their login information.
In response to many ISPs interpreting file attachments as spam, Ontraport created File Manager — a tool that allows you to upload your files to your account and generate a download link that you can place in emails and on your landing pages.
If you have a membership site, inevitably you will have members who forget or lose their passwords. Learn how to set up automation that will send your members an email that includes their existing password.
If your business offers subscription products or payment programs, the recurring payments should run smoothly without your intervention, even when the customer’s credit card fails. To make this possible, Ontraport has a discrete built-in system for managing credit card collections and recharges.
Automating the actions taken when a customer payment fails greatly reduces errors as well as the time required to successfully collect payment due. Here’s how to install a campaign that suspends customers’ access levels until they pay, at which time they are automatically reinstated.