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Episode Info: Membership sites have been around for a while but have grown even more popular over the years. Curtis has been working on them for more than 10 years and spends his time with larger, customized sites, primarily using WooCommerce. A Chat with Curtis McHale from SFNdesign In episode 59, Brad Williams and I chat with Curtis about: His evolution in working with membership sites using WordPressWhen Curtis started using WooCommerce for his projectsHow teams play into his membership site projects What value clients are gaining by going virtual with membershipsLimitations with membership sites built with WordPress and/or WooCommerceThe EULA plugin, born out of clients needWhat membership site trends he has seen of recent Why he built his only plugin, Easy Restricted Content for WooCommerceWhat Curtis thinks of Gutenberg and whether his clients are using itThanks to our sponsors We start with hearing how Curtis migrated into the WooCommerce arena and how that has played into his decade or more of creating custom membership sites for clients. Currently one of his two projects involve teams and we had to dive into that part deeper to get a better understanding of how teams play into a membership site, or how one utilizes teams. Brad then asks about the market and how people are pivoting into membership sites due to the current circumstances. And he hear how Curtis feels those clients are finding value in moving to the online space in businesses that are traditionally brick and mortar. We ask Curtis if he has found limitations with WordPress and/or WooCommerce when doing membership sites, and the answer, which is not the first time we have heard it, is around massive data. We also chat about two plugins. The first being an end-user license agreement plugin that he has used for clients, and the other, Easy Restricted Content for WooCommerce. The latter he sells and we learn how it came to be and if Curtis is planning on building and selling more plugins. We touch on what he has seen in the most recent trends around membership sites and cannot leave without asking him his thoughts on Gutenberg and if his clients are using it. Where to Find Curtis on the Web On Twitter @curtismchaleSFNdesignThe Conversation Yes, this the transcript. But not in the traditional sense, transcribed word for word. We do not speak as we write. Often the flow of transcribed content is hard to follow. So I have taken it a few steps further by seriously editing, at times, the conversation and even using my editorial freedom to clarify some points. So enjoy. Transcript Email Download New Tab Brad: Welcome back to another episode of Do the Woo. Number 59, we're back Bob, five nine. Bob: Five nine, we're almost at 60. Brad: That is after 59. That's exciting. We've got a great episode today, which we'll get into in just a minute, but first I wan...
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