People are excitedly asking if it really is possible to make money online using WordPress and the Membership Cube plugins. Well, that’s what I’m about to reveal to you…
You’ve probably read about the birth pains that came with using WordPress Drip version 1.4.8 when I first joined Membership Cube, and how Lance Tamashiro and Robert Plank eventually came out with WPDrip version 1.4.8c which helped us kiss those PHP programming bugs goodbye.
Here’s the secret: The technology works, and all those working parts simply fade into the background.
It’s like electricity. Once it’s working, you become unaware that it’s there all around you.
Here’s what remains to be done: Produce Content + Market Your Membership Site
Ah, produce content. Write. Record audio or video. That seems to be the major stumbling block of most internet marketers. We tend to focus too much on webdesign or web programming, that we end up patting ourselves on the back once we’ve conquered those issues.
But once your website is perfectly humming along, you’re stuck with the question: “What will I write about?”
That is something that Membership Cube will not be able to fully help you with. True, there is the popular advice regarding PLR (Private Label Rights) articles. And yes, some people have profitably used pre-written articles to get their membership sites going.
But will it last?
Here’s a suggestion: Build a blog where you can help people solve a problem, and where the topic is something you’re truly interested and competent in.
Since you control your blog, you will see what the traffic patterns are like, or how interested your readers are. You can more or less gauge whether adding a premium content for members will be worth your time. You will even see the questions that lots of your readers are seeking answers to.
And that will serve as your guide when creating the new content. Yes, I’m talking about content that people are willing to pay for.
Go ahead and write an outline. If you can manage to put together 15 topics, then go full throttle and produce at least 7 articles. These articles need not all be in the form of text. You can even record audio, if you wish.
In short, you don’t need to go out and buy a WordPress membership script right away. Just observe what goes in your blog, and then assess if moving to a higher level (i.e., membership site) will be worth your time. Then go and whip out those 7 articles.
Think of it as some kind of baptism of fire, especially if you’re not fond of writing or producing content. If you can write only one article a day, then that’s just one week of focused effort.
Anyway, I hope this blog post has revealed information that you Membership Cube fans will use. I see lots of people talking about installing this or that plugin, or setting up a WordPress blog or two. Hopefully, in your case, you’ll be more vocal when it comes to creating CONTENT. 🙂
Here’s wishing you a profitable internet business built on the Membership Site concept.