The best WordPress plugins for membership in 2019

Membership plugins vary in terms of the benefits they offer, so here’s a look at five WordPress plugins to help you achieve the most professional, proficient site for your business needs.

LearnDash

When it comes to WordPress LMS plugins, this is an easy, powerful choice with drip content abilities and ample tools for memberships. LearnDash comes with tools for community enhancement, from user badges to forums and quizzes, while also being easy to integrate with payment gateways such as WooCommerce and MemberPress. LearnDash comes with tools for community enhancement, from user badges to forums and quizzes, while also being easy to integrate with payment gateways such as WooCommerce and MemberPress. It’s a particularly useful plugin for those selling increasingly popular courses, with research suggesting 73% of employers consider online courses very valuable. The reasonable $159 fee for one site comes with a year of updates and support.

 

 

MemberPress

This is an incredibly sought-after membership plugin that offers quick setup and intuitive use. It automatically structures user accounts, logins and pricing, and it is versatile in integrating with popular email, podcast, payment gateways and Amazon services. Integrations are somewhat limited, but the plugin can incorporate third-party plugins. For $99 for Business and $199 per annum for the Developer Edition, it’s a straightforward option that ticks most boxes.

Restrict Content Pro

This membership management software has various in-built integrations included that many plug-ins typically charge for. Features include email marketing, CSV exporting and payment gateways, including PayPal, Braintree and Stripe, while working well alongside Easy Digital Downloads. Although it has fewer integrations, it comes at a reasonable price of $99 for a single site with 12 add-ons. It’s $149 for five websites and $249 for unlimited sites and all add-ons, or $499 for a lifetime plan. Although it has fewer integrations, it comes at a reasonable price of $99 for a single site with 12 add-ons. It’s $149 for five websites and $249 for unlimited sites and all add-ons, or $499 for a lifetime plan.

S2Member

If you’re on a budget, a free version of S2Member is available with limited integrations and PayPal support. This isn’t the easiest membership management software to use and the free version is restrictive, but Pro can be purchased for only $89 with content dripping and additional integrations, or $189 for unlimited pro.

Teachable

This is an all-rounder for online courses as a site integration rather than a plug-in. There are various tools for content production, LMS, analytics, email marketing, drip content, engagement features and membership, but there’s a higher price tag per month to account for the plethora of features at $39 for a basic plan, $99 for professional and $499 for business.

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