MemberSpace is a third-party tool that can protect any page or content on your website that is only accessible to specific members. You can grant access to your members via a sign-up process. The sign-up process can either be a payment gateway or a giveaway, or a discount coupon. You can define your price points as per the content you are sharing. The invoicing will be taken care of by the Memberspace platform.
If you are familiar with Teachable, podia, and Kajabi, Memberspace does the same. The plus point being, it tends to be the least costly option and the easiest to use in the no-code space.
Reasons to consider MemberSpace in your no-code stack
With MemberSpace, you can get support for all leading CMS products that allows you to develop a membership-based website or convert an existing website into a member-based site.
If you have a marketing strategy focused on services or flexible payment options for different types of enterprises, this could help you design your marketing funnel, increase lead sales generation, and drive more traffic to your website.
It has compatibility with all leading CMS and website hosting platforms with migration support.
What can you accomplish with MemberSpace?
With Memberspace, you can build courses, video tutorials, member directories, and more while having 100% control over the look & feel.
You can add members, authentications and permissions and tailor customised user experience, content and pricing for them. You can collect taxes, offer free trial periods, manually add or approve members, migrate or export data with GDPR, CCPA, & SCA regulation compliances.
You can build mobile responsive applications with encryption securities, API access and user analytics to control the user experience.
Top features of MemberSpace
User Account Management
Stripe, Zapier, Forum, Podcast and directory Integration
CMS Migration Support
Free Trial: 14 days
Just Starting: $25 per month + 4% transaction fee
Growing Business: $50 per month + 2% transaction fee
Thriving Business: $100 per month + 1% transaction fee