As always, there are MANY questions being addressed within the Insider forums at any given time.
Each week questions are asked and answered by the extremely knowledgeable and skilled Insiders so why not lend your voice to the mix?
Here is just a sampling of what can be heard within the forums:
- “A browser broke my site!”
- “Yes, but which trial option should I choose?”
- “How much is TOO much?”
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IE 8 and 9 Break My Member Pages…
When was the last time you looked at your site using Internet Explorer?
Probably been a while, right?
While many users have made the switch to other web browser options like Google Chrome, FireFox, Safari, etc. many of your members will still be using the very first browser they tried – Internet Explorer.
As you likely know, different browsers render sites in different ways so you need to be sure that your site functions is all browsers.
This thread shows you how to test your site (and fix the potential issues) that may come with Internet Explorer users.
You’re going to want to check this out…
Make Course Outlines Available or Simply Cover What They’ll Learn?
This was a pretty straight forward exchange between myself and an Insider but I thought it would be interesting to get other Insider opinions on the subject as well.
How much is “enough” to preview (but not give-away) the concepts that you will be teaching within your membership site?
It’s a very delicate balance between giving a taste and allowing a member to sit down to a free meal.
How do you entice your members with a sample but ensure they come back for the rest?
Charging a Minimum Number of Months with PayPal
How are you handling a set period of time trial for members?
PayPal offers a number of options on how to work with this, so you’ll want to be sure you know your options (and what will be best for your members).
The conversation within this thread goes over a couple of scenarios and will help you think through the trial process.
This is an effective way to determine what exactly you want to present to your members and ensures you know the “ins and outs” of the PayPal trial offerings.