How to Set Up Automated Content Dripping with Memberium for ActiveCampaign (Beginner’s Guide 2022)

Hello there, fellow WordPress enthusiasts! I’m Danica, and I’m thrilled to be your guide today as we dive into the world of automated content dripping for your WordPress membership site using Memberium for ActiveCampaign. If you’re as passionate about membership site design as I am, you’re in for a treat. In this blog post, we’ll explore the steps outlined in the accompanying video tutorial. But before we get started, I encourage you to watch the video for a more visual and comprehensive walkthrough.

Getting Started

As someone deeply committed to educating others on WordPress membership site design, my goal is to empower you with the knowledge and skills needed to create engaging and effective membership experiences. Our focus today is on automating content delivery, a crucial aspect of keeping your members engaged and satisfied.

Setting the Stage

Before we jump into the exciting world of automation, it’s essential to ensure you’ve watched the previous video in our series. In that video, we covered the creation of custom post types with gamification elements and the setup of course materials, including locked and open indicators.

Setting the Foundation

Now, let’s lay the groundwork for automating content delivery during a 7-day free trial period. To do this effectively, we’ll need to establish the necessary tags. These tags will serve as the keys to controlling the pace at which your valuable content is released to your members.

Initiating the Automation

The automation process can be initiated in various ways, such as through tags or web forms. In our example, we’ll use tags as the trigger. Here are the key steps to get you started:

  1. Begin by applying the “Day One” tag immediately to grant your members access to the content scheduled for the first day.
  2. Simultaneously, let’s add a delightful twist to the process by rewarding your members with points. Create a custom field named “Points” and set up a condition that performs a mathematical operation whenever a new day’s content is unlocked. In our example, we’ve chosen to award 50 points for each day.
  3. To replicate the gradual release of content, introduce a waiting period of one day. Repeat this process for each day of your course, making the necessary adjustments to tags and points as you go.
  4. By the end of the 7-day trial period, your members will have all the essential tags applied, and they will have accumulated points. These points can serve as valuable currency for various actions, such as gaining access to additional content or unlocking special rewards.

Customization and Flexibility

What makes this automation truly remarkable is its adaptability to your specific needs. Feel free to tweak waiting periods, triggers, and actions to align with your unique content delivery strategy. With Memberium for ActiveCampaign, you gain unparalleled flexibility, enabling you to craft dynamic and personalized experiences for your cherished members.

Advanced Automation

In addition to the fundamental setup, our video tutorial also delves into an advanced automation scenario. This advanced approach releases content based on a member’s subscription duration and the current month. It’s a testament to the robust capabilities of Memberium’s integration with ActiveCampaign in handling complex content delivery scenarios.

What’s Next

Stay tuned for our next video, where we’ll explore how to harness the power of the points accumulated within this automation. If you have any questions or need further clarification, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. I’m here to assist you on your journey to creating a successful membership site.

Thank you for embarking on this exciting journey of automated content dripping with Memberium for ActiveCampaign. Your path to creating a more engaging and dynamic membership site starts right here, and I’m delighted to be your companion on this voyage.

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