Tagged: pey per view
January 28, 2014 at 7:13 pm #10509mauro7219Member
Hello, to obtain the result of “pay per view” content (or “pay per post”) using the existing shortcode of emember, perhaps it would be enough to create an addon that associates to each post or page a new single category membership (for exemple “membership post 1” to access to post number 1). Would be correct this procedure? It would be possible to predict this development of emember? ThanksJanuary 28, 2014 at 8:39 pm #60550wzpModerator
Or… you could get the same result quicker, by first installing eStore and Lightbox Ultimate.
You would then use eStore’s APR mechanism to sell permalinks as digital products.January 29, 2014 at 12:23 am #60551adminKeymaster
@mauro7219, you can already do what you just explained. When you create a new post, you can assign it to a unique category and protect that category. I don’t see why another addon would be needed?January 29, 2014 at 10:13 pm #60552mauro7219Member
Hi. Associating a single post or page to a specific level of membership allows you to sell sections of the post or page or entire posts or pages. In addition, this method of “pay per post / page” allows you to use the nextpage tag. This is very useful when each post or page corresponds to a product, or when the sale of a single post has to pay directly the author who wrote it (through integration with estore, for example).
A management problem may arise in the case of many posts and many related levels of membership. For example, the section “emember protection options” (within the post editor) could contain a list of membership too long. Could also be too long the list of levels in the section “Manage level” (now there is no function to search for a specific level). The addon (or development) might just solve these problems.
This could be proposed as an additional method of pay-per-view.January 29, 2014 at 10:18 pm #60553wzpModerator
Using eStore and APR protection does allow you pay-per-post capability. The only cavrat is that it does not support “More” tags.
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