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This is a common question that has been discussed in different capacities over the years.
Most membership site owners will consider which option is better for themselves and their members. Especially if the membership site is being created from an existing site.
Should the membership portion be separate from the main site?
Or, should the membership be combined with the existing site?
These are both valid ways to build and run an online community.
An interesting wrinkle to this scenario is the site size. It’s a relatively large site with an established following and significant site ranking.
So, what is the best option?
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In this Insider Action Plan, you’ll learn how to turn an existing blog into a premium membership site.
A new Insider Action Plan looks into the turning an existing blog into a membership site. Available on the Home page today!
If you have an existing blog, you’d like to convert (at least, in part) to a paid membership, then be sure to watch this month’s Core Training below. We’ll show you how to quickly convert your existing content into paid content, how to automatically upsell site visitors in to becoming members and how to set sales pages for your content on a post-by-post basis.
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I love being able to go through the WishList Insider Forum.
There is always a great post, question, or comment to be found. A question did catch my eye recently and it really makes sense.
I bet a lot of people are curious about this.
We encourage all of you to post your questions in the forum. It’s highly likely that someone out there is going through the same thing and will also benefit from the answer.
So let’s address that question that grabbed my attention…