Website creation blog
We teased you about this new feature in the article maximize your member space. Today the members space now has a new feature : it is now possible to propose a fee-based membership. This option gives our webmasters new marketing opportunities to make a profit on the web. Let's go through getting this set-up on your site and offer your members a privileged look at your content!
The very first step when using this widget is activating the members area. From within your site manager you go to
Marketing > Site membersto edit or add your member zone. Here are some more recommendations for taking full advantage of your member space.
Just until this moment, the illustrative image was not exploited to its potential, not used the same way for each add-on, and its true function was confusing. Now we have made it use clear and simple! With a tick of a box, your illustrative image will become the image of reference.
Many of the webmasters at emyspot have been asking for one thing : a subsidised member space. As the rise of e-commerce is undeniable and profit can be made on virtually any content, emyspot with the e-commerce features has been helping webmasters run an online store, yet now we propose more. Create a subscription based member space and charge for the content you make available to your members.
The emyspot team has just published a new system to manage comments on your website. Check out Disqus, a third party service that allows for a modern feel comment program. This is extremely useful on your blog, but can be applied to all the add-ons and pages if you choose. Discover the benefits and features of Disqus on emyspot.
Well here we are again, folks – the start of a new year. We are bursting with motivation and plans and goals. Maybe you even made some new year's resolutions for your site to up sales, get a better SEO ranking, or redo your homepage. Here is a widget that shows off all the new stuff you are doing on your site in the new year.
Making a website can be challenging but as my grandpa always says, The best starting point is the beginning. After hearing this nugget of wisdom I was convinced dear old grandpa was past his prime. But alas, he is correct (as most grandpas are).
So where is the beginning when making a website? The homepage is the first glance of your site and what it has to offer.
The homepage sets the tone for the rest of your site.
You've created your online store, and have made clear product pages, but something is not working. Your page may be just… well, the details of the service or product. Or it can encourage your buyers – becoming the tipping point that turns them from interested to invested and opening the pocketbooks ready to spend.
A page that exists, or a page that sells… Picked the second? Good. Here are three tips to help get you there.
This week I have music on my mind, as I can't walk down the street without hearing songs of Christmas and cheer. I feel like Billy Mack, where Christmas is all around me and in case you want to add some music to your site, that is fitting to your tastes (maybe not Christmas music) use the mp3 playlist gadget.