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October 25, 2011 at 4:29 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19555
That would be excellent, thank you. Any idea how long this would take?October 20, 2011 at 6:19 pm in reply to: Sending Software Registration Codes – Which Product? #36909
Any suggestions for a workaround I might be able to use? I just purchased WP eStore as well and it would be a lot easier if I could use WP eStore and WP Affiliate since they are programs I am learning rather than learning another.October 18, 2011 at 4:19 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19553
Here is my reply from Traffic Wave about documentation and officially supported integration:
“There isn’t an “official documentation page” for sending a message to an email address.
They just send the email to your email subscription address.”October 7, 2011 at 3:36 pm in reply to: Integration with forum problem #37363
Yes, the checkboxes are ticked in WP eMember to automatically create WordPress Users.
In the WordPress Users area, all the free members are showing but none of the premium members. If you provide me with an email address, I can provide you with access so you can login and look at settings.
GarlandSeptember 29, 2011 at 6:56 pm in reply to: Any way to protect html pages not in WordPress? #37141
Strangely enough, I did find a solution that worked!
I added a plugin that allowed me to embed an iframe into a WordPress page with the html course I wanted to protect. Then I just protected that page.
The solution isn’t perfect, people could see the individual links to the pages and pass them on that way, but it would be difficult to pass on the whole course as the navigation system isn’t there unless they know the start page name. So I could just make the start page name something obscure, but they could pick it up from the source code. It is a free course anyway, but I do want people to login first. If it was a paid course, I would probably find a way to block the source code viewing to protect it further.September 28, 2011 at 5:25 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19551
This is a very common feature. For example in Traffic Wave, I can either:
1. Create my own capture form with the html code generated by their system
2. Use their hosted capture page with the code already installed
3. Have people subscribe by just sending an email, for example, this is the email address for my newsletter through Traffic Wave – [email@example.com]. Each campaign has its own unique email address. People can subscribe simply by sending an email to that address and it uses their from email as the subscription email address.
In #3, you would just need your system to send an email to the autoresponder email specified in the settings while using the signup email as the from email address.
I actually have a lead capture page system at [http://InternetONESystem.com] that is programmed to allow people to use third party responders this way. They just enter the email address of their autoresponder
If you are still not sure about this, you could ask in the Traffic Wave forum, [http://discussion.trafficwave.net/]
Aweber, Get Response and most other autoresponders work the same way, so this would give you instant integration with almost every other autoresponder.September 27, 2011 at 4:43 pm in reply to: Can My Autoresponder/Email Marketing Manager be Integrated with Your Plugins? #19549
It would be quite easy to tweak your product to work with the rest of the autoresponders. Most autoresponder services have a feature where you can subscribe via the email address of the autoresponder.
If you added to your WP eMember where people could just enter the email address of the autoresponder and WP eMember just sent an email to that email address for each signup, integration would be easy and would save your customers having to try to custom program for this.September 7, 2011 at 3:11 pm in reply to: Recurring Payments – Two types #36339
And do I have to set the expiry for each membership in eMember or will the end of notice from PayPal via the IPN be enough?September 7, 2011 at 3:09 pm in reply to: Recurring Payments – Two types #36338
Thank you. And if their subscription runs out after a month or a year and they don’t pay, they will be restricted from the premium content automatically?