LMS and Membership Site Planning and Implementation

We help you build the right WordPress platform to fit your course offerings and membership needs.

Not all courses or membership programs have the same requirements for delivery, student and member tracking, sales, and reporting, and not all platforms and tools have the same capabilities.

Properly understanding your requirements allows you to select and implement the right plugins and integrations to fit your specific needs. Our discovery and site planning services ensure you pick the right platform for your website.

Discovery and Site Planning Service

This service starts with a planning document overview provided to the customer followed by an online discovery meeting to flesh out the final requirements.

What to Expect in Your Discovery Call

The planning document and discovery call are designed to ask the questions needed to help you clarify your requirements and find the best solution to fit your needs.

Some of the questions you’ll answer include:

  • Do you need multiple instructors or will there only be a single instructor?
  • Do you need to sell packages to groups?
  • Will you be paying referral fees to other marketers?
  • What type of quizzes and assignments do you intend to create in the course?

The Discovery Deliverable

After completing the initial Site Planning Session, you’ll be provided with a document detailing the recommended LMS and/or Membership solution. This document can be taken to any agency or developer for configuration or can be used as a blueprint for a Do-It-Yourselfer wanting to build a site but not sure where to start.

You’ll also receive a quote to have WP-Tonic’s team create and implement the project for you.

Complete Creation and Implementation of LMS and Membership Websites Available

Need the whole site built and the LMS or membership plugin configured? We can do that, too. And, if you need ongoing hosting and monthly support, we have packages available.

You’ll receive a quote from WP-Tonic with your Discovery Document

 

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