5 Creative Ways of Using Divi and WishList Member

In today’s video, I’m going to be sharing five creative ways you can use the Divi and WishList Member integration. Coming up.

Hello, everyone, and welcome. My name is Mak, and in today’s video, we are going to go through five creative ways you can use on your existing Divi and WishList Member website or even your future websites. So let’s start off with number one. So with this latest update, we can actually show notices based on several options. So let’s take a look at this example. So over here, I’ve gone and created this notice which says “20 percent discount, upgrade your membership here.”

But now the challenge is you don’t want to be showing this message to the people that have upgraded to whatever Membership Level it is.

So let’s say your members are on a lifetime deal. Of course, you don’t want to be showing them the same message that says “Upgrade to Lifetime.” You want to show this to other Membership Levels. OK, so let me show you how to set this up. So over here, I have created this notice. So I’m going to come over here so I can show you how this is assigned. So if I come over here to the “Advanced,” WishList Member, you can see here I’ve selected Membership Level Two.

Now, I’ve already gone ahead and created these Membership Levels, and that is why they’re showing here. So this whole section is set to Membership Level Two. OK, so just bear that in mind. All right. So now over here you can see that “Mak admin,” which is me, is set to level two. So if I come to this page and refresh, this message will show because I am in level two. So this is a message that could be asking me to upgrade to level one.

But what happens if I am a level one member? So let’s go ahead and check this out. So I am going to change my Membership Level.

So I’m going to go now to level one. OK, so now I’ve set myself to level one now if I come to this page and refresh, this message should not show because now I’m in level one. And there we go. So, as you can see, this is a very, very powerful feature, you can set different messages on your website to show for specific Membership Levels and also to show if someone is logged in or not logged on to the website.

All right. So let’s move on to number two. So number two is all about “Menus.” you can actually create different types of menus based on your Membership Levels and also based on if your users are logged in or logged out. But to do this, you want to do this in the theme builder, so you can create several menus. And these menus can be assigned for this particular level, that particular level and so on. And this will show in that manner.

Let’s move on to number three. And number three is all about “Opt-ins” so you can build your mailing list based on how users are signed up onto your website. So let’s say, for example, you have a blog page and you want to build a mailing list for, let’s say, photographers so you can target someone who is not a member of the photography level to join that mailing list. So this is also very, very important. So as you can see here, I’ve just created this quick opt in.

So, again, you can go in and customize this to make it show for those specific levels. Let me just show you quickly how you can do that. So let’s say this one here, I can click on “Module Settings,” go to “Advanced” and then on “WishList Member,” I can choose which level I need to target or I can go in here. There’s more options. There is not just a Membership Level options. I can say for everyone that is not in a specific Membership Level.

So I can choose this one here and say anyone who’s not in level one should see this message. So that means I want these to opt in to a level two so I can sell them other products. So this can be set on your blog pages. And this is very, very powerful. Now, as I mentioned, this can be done in the Divi theme Builder. I will be doing some more tutorials to show you how this can be done.

Let’s move on to number four. So let’s move on to the next creative way you can use the Divi and a WishList Member integration. And this is your “Dashboard.” So your dashboard is a page which people get redirected to when they sign in or log on to your website. So this page can be customized in such a way that Membership Levels can see different information on this particular dashboard page. So you can say, OK, for level one members, they can see certain information.

For level two, they can see certain information. And for those who are on the free membership, they can also see a separate message. So this can all be done in one page, whereas before we had to have different pages with different messages for us to achieve this. So that’s another way that you can do this. Now, let’s move on to the next one. And this is all about upselling to your higher membership levels. So what you can do is you can target all your pages or your posts to have a message that encourages people to upgrade their membership to the above levels.

And again, using the technique that I showed you before, you can go and create a section which has information that is only for a specific Membership Level. So as you can see, these are all creative ways that you can use to utilize this integration. And this is very, very, very powerful. So I highly recommend that you go try these out and see how these work for you. All right, guys, that’s all I have for you in today’s video.

Thank you very much for watching. If you have any more questions, please ask your questions and comments box below and I’ll do my best to respond to them. Until next time. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you in the next video, take care.

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