Memberium Launches New Site Builder Feature Offering Ready To Go Membership Site Templates

Memberium, a SaaS that allows customers to build membership sites, has launched a new site builder feature. The site builder is a new way to build a membership site or course site. Readers can find out more about the site builder feature by heading over to

Memberium allows users to build powerful, automated membership sites with WordPress & Keap. WordPress is the most popular CMS on the world wide web. It powers more than a third of all the websites in the world. Keap (formerly Infusionsoft) offers an e-mail marketing and sales platform for small businesses, including products to manage customers, customer relationship management, marketing, and e-commerce. Memberium uses the power of both of these mature platforms to enable anyone to quickly and effortlessly build a membership and course website for their products and services.

The new site builder feature is a library of prebuilt sites designed to be used with Memberium that can be imported in just a few clicks. The company claims that the site builder can help save hours of work when creating a brand new website. The library of prebuilt sites will constantly be updated with newer templates. The import functionality is very simple as the system automatically imports all the plugins that each template needs, transparent to the user. Access to the Membership Site Builder is available to all Memberium customers at no extra cost. The Membership Site Builder works with both Memberium for Keap / Infusionsoft and Memberium for ActiveCampaign. The plugin currently has site templates available for Elementor, Beaver Builder, and Gutenberg.

Currently, there are three prebuilt membership site packs available The first one is called Elite Program which has 37 pages. The next one is called Modern Course Creator which has 40 individual pages. Finally, the last one is called Standard Membership Site Templates which has 27 different individual pages. The Modern Course Creator pack has all the same pages as the Elite Program site, just with a different design and color scheme when compared to the Elite Program templates.

The site builder packs contain all the common pages that make a site work as a membership site or online course. The different pages included in all the above packs include front-facing home pages, membership and course lead magnet / opt-in pages, members dashboard or course dashboard pages, individual course pages, lesson pages, account page templates, upsell/upgrade related pages, standard membership pages such as login, forgot password, register, etc., members-only excerpts and other templates, umbrella account-related pages, a settings section to make changes to their account settings, a section to view their invoices, and many more.

A spokesperson for the company talks about the site builder feature by saying, “Building an online community in 2021 is a very involved process that has a lot of moving parts. When you are focused on bringing in new members and marketing the value proposition of your course or membership, it helps to know that the technical details are taken care of by a rock-solid foundation that can be extended how you please as your community grows. WordPress and Keap provide all the tools that you need to make this happen. However, getting started with either can be a learning curve that many founders may not want to undertake. Memberium fills this niche and makes it easy for anyone to start their own membership site or course with just a few clicks. The new site builder gives you even more power than before, allowing you to customize your web presence to your heart’s delight. This unprecedented flexibility and ease of setup mean that you will never be left wanting functionality and features. We even include some templates for front-facing marketing pages that you can use to promote your site. Contact us today to get started with Memberium and to find out why we are the best option for anyone trying to start an online membership community or course in 2021.”


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