WishList Member v2.71.1440 Membership Site Plugin

By NEWONE on Tue, 2013/04/09 20:1166630 views 5WordPress
WishList Member v2.71.1440 Membership Site Plugin WishList Member is a powerful, yet easy to use membership solution that can turn any WordPress blog into a full-blown membership site. Just unzip and upload the plugin, and within minutes you’ll have your own membership site up and running… complete with protected, members-only content, integrated payments, member management, and so much more!



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