You can update your Memberium to our latest release by going to your WordPress admin screen->Plugins and searching for Memberium and hitting update.

Alternatively, you can update your Memberium to our latest beta from Memberium -> Support -> Updates tab -> Memberium Manual Updater and selecting the very latest version from the dropdown.

While updating to our latest version, you’d need to make sure that you check “confirm update” before hitting save options to complete the update process.

The  is a very handy content protection feature that Memberium provides.  This feature bypasses all the restrictions on the page if the user has come to the page through Google search results. This is useful if you want to provide teaser content for new users and then if they navigate to another page they’d be required to purchase or log in.

However, this can be exploited as there is nothing preventing users from going back to Google to try and find other protected links on your site. You can enable this page by page so that not all of your content can be accessed for free by Google users.

Note: This feature is not enabled by default and needs to be checked through the content protection box if you wish to use it.

The answer to this will depend on how you’re collecting payments, but the overall concept is the same. Your payment gateway (WooCommerce, ThriveCart, Spiffy, etc.) will send the user details to ActiveCampaign and create a record in there for them. The payment system should also apply a tag which will, in turn, trigger an automation.

In that automation, you’ll use a Memberium for ActiveCampaign webhook. This webhook will add your users into WordPress and generate passwords for them if they don’t already have one.

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