May 21, 2010 at 7:31 pm #1241
I have a basic registration form that’s set to assign a free membership level to regular visitors — those who do not make a purchase.
I’d like to offer a slightly upgraded membership level in promo mailings. Recipients would come to the site from my email blast to a page containing the upgraded membership registration form, and after registration, be slotted into that level, without affecting my default signup.
Is there a way to do this?
garyMay 22, 2010 at 3:07 am #20851
Not without tweaks.
I can create a new shortcode for you that you can place on a page which will show a registration form for this “upgraded membership” level. Anyone, who signs up using this registration form will get the membership level specified in the shortcode.
Let me know if this option sounds reasonable.May 23, 2010 at 1:32 am #20852
Amin, that would help me a great deal if you can do that. Thanks!
garyMay 23, 2010 at 3:46 pm #20853
Added a new shortcode that allows you to place a registration form for a particular membership level. For example, the following shortcode will add a registration form for membership level 6:
Anyone who signs up using this form will be placed in the membership level 6. Make sure to use it carefully as you do not want to have one of these lying around for a paid membership level
I have sent you an update so you can use this shortcode.May 23, 2010 at 7:53 pm #20854
Thanks very much Amin. This will help in revitalizing my list of past purchasers. Your customer service makes you a gem among plugin developers!
garyDecember 22, 2010 at 1:26 pm #20855dvawolkMember
I have a simmilar question…
we have 5 memberships:
2. content A
3. content B
4. content C
5. content D
A Paul registers for free. After awhile i send him an invite code that allows him to get access to content A for free. The code must work only once, which means that if John tries to use it after Paul, it won’t work.
Codes can be stored somewhere in the plugin files and i will have them printed on paper. When i want to give Paul the invite code, i will just overline it from my printed list (because after usage it won’t be avaliable anymore) and Paul will register for the membership that is offered with that code.
So there should be a set of codes that are connected with content A and the other set of codes connected with content B etc.
Paypal is only emerging in our country and the majoriti of new paid member will be found “on the terrain” giving them a “ticket” with invite codes or sending them a mail with invite codes.
I hope i explained it well
Can it be done?December 23, 2010 at 12:27 am #20856
eMember doesn’t have any option to take in a code to give someone the option to upgrade membership. This will need to be custom coded separately.December 26, 2010 at 10:50 am #20857dvawolkMember
Hi, amin, thanks for the reply.
If i understand the process of upgrading membership with paypal payments, it means that validating one time invite codes is done istead of validating paypal payments?
Do you associate with any simmilar solution that does a simmilar result?
I was thinking of adding a shortcode for higher level membership registration into a page that is password protected – but unfortunately i haven’t found any “one time invite code access” plugin in wordpress… That kind of invite codes are used in sabre plugin, but i ran out of ideas how to implement them in emember…
Anyhow, if there is no simple solution, what about custom coding €€€?
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