The easiest way to GET PAID with your WordPress site. Flexible content control by Membership Level, Reports, Affiliates and Discounts
Set up unlimited membership levels and provide restricted access to pages, posts, categories, videos, forums, downloads, support, single "a la carte" page access, and more. Paid Memberships Pro is flexible enough to fit the needs of almost all online and offline businesses. It works great out of the box, but is easy for developers to customize to fit your needs.
Paid Memberships Pro is the community solution for adding paid memberships to your WordPress site. PMPro is 100% GPL. All code, including add-ons, is available for free from the WordPress repository here or on our site at http://www.paidmembershipspro.com. This version in the WordPress repository is the full version of the plugin with no restrictions or additional licenses required. Developers should get involved at our GitHub page.
Stripe, Authorize.net, Braintree Payments, and PayPal (Standard, Express, Website Payments Pro, and PayPal Payments Pro/Payflow)
Your Existing Theme or a Popular Free or Premium Third-Party Theme.
Set up the membership levels that best fit your business, whether they are Free, Paid, or Recurring Subscriptions (Annual, Monthly, Weekly, Daily). Offer Custom Trial Periods (Free Trial, Custom-length Trial, 'Introductory' Pricing)
Your members can update their billing information or cancel their account directly on your site. Any active subscription will be cancelled at the payment gateway for you.
PMPro integrates with Mailchimp, Constant Contact, AWeber, KISSMetrics, Infusionsoft, WP Courseware, LearnDash, Post Affiliate Pro, bbPress, WooCommerce, and many more popular third party tools.
Extensions, sister plugins, and other bits of code to customize your implementation and help you integrate with 3rd party services or other plugins. All open source and available for free under the GPL v2 license.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-5-27
Active Installs: 30,000+
13 of 126 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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