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Wild Apricot News: Membership Website Builder Software (new YouTube video)

Lori Halley 25 March 2010 0 comments

Wild Apricot makes it easy to build a website that automatically connects with your membership database.

It starts with the online application form, which allows new members to enter their personal information and dues payment with just a few clicks. New members can be added instantly to your member database and gain access to the website right away, or you can put an approval process in place so you can review new member applications first.  It's up to you.  You can also set-up recurring renewal payment notices to go out to members automatically -- no more chasing down lapsed accounts.

Access to individual pages or sections of your site can be limited to just your members, who login using their individual username and password.  You can also customize access according to membership level or group. For example, you can use this feature to help members find the information that is most relevant to them, or as an incentive for upgrading their membership to get access to addition content.

You can also allow members to update their personal information through the member self-service feature. You can control which information is for member editing, such as address or contact details, and which information requires an administrator to change, such as membership level.

Creating a searchable member directory is a snap. The integrated membership database means you never have to worry about manually updating the listings -- this happens automatically as changes in the database are made.  You can even create multiple directories -- for example, you could have a public directory which only includes your gold level members, but have a restricted access directory that includes everyone in your organization.

Wild Apricot lets you define the member permissions that suit your organization, and create a membership website that will always be up-to-date.

Sign up for a free trial of Wild Apricot at  https://www.wildapricot.com/.


Originally posted by Jay Moonah

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Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Thursday, 25 March 2010 at 2:37 PM
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