The Pros and Cons of Starting a Membership Site
As social media changes, our public platforms become vulnerable.
- When my Facebook Ads Manager got hacked, maxing out my credit card, I knew I could get it resolved, but it was such a pain.
- Then I was locked out of my Facebook account–twice!
- My Instagram account ended up with a copycat account pretending to be me.
Okay, I’m slow, but the writing on the wall became obvious. I needed a different way to be social without social media, or less of it, especially in today’s fragile economy.
My solution was to launch a membership site.
Owning a membership site and building an engaged community unlocks opportunities to create a safe think tank that is not public.
Although there are many advantages, you must consider if a membership site is right for you.
In this podcast episode, I’ll share what I’ve discovered about membership sites so you can make an informed decision.
- What is a membership site?
- Why would you want to start a community?
- Discover a common misconception about membership sites.
- Why community is about interaction and not a transaction
- What to consider when selecting a community topic?
- Ways you can keep your community engaged.
- The difference between a private social group and a private paid community.
- The Pros and Cons of having a membership site.
- Platforms that can host a paid community.
- How to price your community.
If you want to watch a fun video animation about my membership site, CLICK HERE
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