[thelist] Membership Subscription Software - PHP

Meredith Tupper meredith at pintsize.com
Thu Aug 16 10:51:19 CDT 2007

Hi Ron,

I set up aMember Pro for a subscription-based podcast site -- 
http://www.meria.net .  This installation is integrated with Word 
Press and PayPal.  (Thanks to the several evolt people who helped me 
at various stages.)

I was especially concerned about the PayPal integration but it works 
as represented.  Support from aMember is very good. They are quick 
to get back to you, and they make sure things are working before 
they resolve your ticket.  My experience with the product and the 
support has been positive, and I recommend it.


Pringle, Ron wrote:
> Hi all-
> I'm in the process of setting up a site that will include paid business listings. I want people to be able to sign up online, make their payments, add a new listing or edit their existing listing, renew their "subscription", etc.
> The site will be running on PHP5/MySQL5 in a hosted environment.
> I've found a commercial application called AMember Pro from CGI Central:
> http://www.amember.com/
> I'm looking for feedback on this product or suggestions for other products, preferably open source and free, but commercial is fine too.
> I've not set up a banking account or chosen a payment gateway yet, so that portion is flexible.
> Any feedback or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks!
> Ron

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meredith at pintsize.com

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