Integrate with Leadpages
Keep in mind that Leadpages does not support SSO (single sign on), so it's not possible to create "members only" Leadpages with Memberful. Your members can still sign in and manage their subscription, profile, and billing information. Wondering why you can't protect content on non-WordPress sites? Read this blog post to learn more.
In this help doc:
- Create a Plan and purchase button.
- Add an account link.
- Add a Downloads link.
- Connect Leadpages to your WordPress site.
Interested in restricting access to certain pages on your site for members only? Host your content using our built-in Posts feature or build a simple WordPress website and protect it with the Memberful WordPress plugin.
Create a Plan and purchase button
Now your customers can purchase a Plan directly on your Leadpages landing page.
Add an account link
Add an account link to your site so your members can manage their profile, subscriptions, and credit card details. Replace YOURSITE with your actual Account URL sudomain, which can be found in your Memberful dashboard via Settings → Website name and URL.
Add a Downloads link
You can also add a Downloads link to take members directly to their Memberful Downloads.
Connect Leadpages to your WordPress site
You can use the Leadpages WordPress plugin to publish landing pages on your self-hosted WordPress.org site. You can use the Memberful Wordpress plugin to sell memberships to your audience and protect WordPress content for members only. Please note that you cannot use Memberful to restrict access to Leadpages.
If you want to publish a Leadpages landing page on your WordPress website, and the page includes a button widget with a Memberful Plan purchase link, specify a redirect URL in your Plan Settings via the Plans tab in your Memberful dashboard.
Related help docs:
- Create a WordPress membership site.
- Share your members-only content through a paid email newsletter.
- Create a members-only discussion forum.