It’s really amazing for me to see WordPress’ effect on the global economy.
MemberPress, the main platform for membership and WordPress courses, today announced it has crossed the heading of the $1 billion income for the creators.
This is a cautious estimate and MemberPress creators have probably gained far more than that.
With the digital acceleration of last year, they estimate that MemberPress web creators could earn over $600 million in just 2021.
It was an exciting journey to work along with the founder, CEO and CEO of Mr. Blair Williams.
The effect that users (website creators) have with their online courses and membership pages is truly humiliating to watch.
Update of MemberPress product.
Last year, MemberPress released an easy-to-use online course generator that works in addition to the WordPress block editor. This allows owners of uninformed websites to create courses easily, to add lessons, to manage access control, etc.
The team also added a “Class” to provide a distraction-free learning experience, focused on content consumption and the rate of course completion. This immersive learning experience works with all WordPress themes.
In addition to the huge update on classes, MemberPress has also made the introduction of premium content security to various top creation plugins such as Divi, Elementor, Beaver Builder, WP Bakery, etc. transparent.
They have also brought significant improvements to add drop content in WordPress, the ability to offer subscriptions, PDF added bills, PushEngage integrations, and more.
I even had an overview of several major features that they are working on, and this will be an exciting year.
Why can MemberPress be used?
MemberPress is the best WordPress membership plugin and the best online class platform for several reasons.
Here’s what MemberPress can do.
Basically, if you want to restrict access to some kind of premium content in WordPress, you must use MemberPress.
Final thoughts on WordPress and creators’ economy.
The WordPress economy and indirectly the creators economy is huge. In the state of the art for 2020, The co-founder of WordPress, stated that WooCommerce had facilitated more than $20 billion in sales by 2020.
Other third-party online course platforms such as Teachable reported that course creators have gained more than $456.7 million in 2020. Thinkific also estimates that their course creators will earn over $550 million by 2021.
MemberPress estimates that creators using MemberPress would double the estimated sales of $600 million in 2021, and this is a conservative estimate.
Creators’ economies have grown since I started EduCode in 2009, but they have never been as strong as they are today.
If you have the knowledge and the desire to teach others, you can start a very successful online company today.
The combination of YouTube, membership platforms and social networks to build a community provides a rare opportunity for someone who wants to succeed.
As a content creator myself, it’s highly rewarding for me to see someone make a successful online journey.