Welcome to my EverLesson 2 review where we take a look at what it is, what it can do and who it is for. It will launch on January 23rd 2017. Everlesson 2 is looking quite popular from what I've seen and heard recently.
Everlesson 2.0 is a software that allows you to create membership sites with similarities to WordPress. You can sell as many of your products on these sites as you want. Multiple membership sites can be created and you can choose from dozens of custom themes for them.
The first version of this software had a different name and was known simply as MemberHub. That proved popular, and so they got to work on improving it and renamed it for its second iteration. The new name will now be known as Everlesson 2.0. There is no such thing as EverLesson 1.0.
A membership site allows you to accept paying members so that they can access premium content on that site. They're very popular these days. For example you could create a site all about teaching guitar to newbies. You could charge the members $19 a month for access to all of your premium lessons. This is a great idea and can be used in every niche I can think up from Amazon Affiliate marketing to Zebra training, lol. I couldn't think of a niche beginning with Z, so that'll have to do. 😉
Everlesson 2.0 is for business owners who want to create versatile, workable membership platforms that are easy to use and offer support on the sales side of a business. So, if you're into creating premium content and you want to charge for access this is the route for you.
The creators of Everlesson 2.0 are Karthik Ramani & Chad Nicely. Karthik is a talented chap who created the following products previously.
As you can see by the two lists above, Chad Nicely and Karthik Ramani have a lot of products that they've developed together. It seems they're a good team because some of the products on the lists above are very popular.
I think one glance at MemberHub, plus another glance at the long list of other popular products in the lists above show beyond a shadow of a doubt that this second iteration of MemberHub, now known as Everlesson 2.0, is going to be an awesome system for people to create membership sites “in minutes” as they say…It's legit!
In MemberHub, the first iteration of this system, the interface was super easy to use and everyone found it nicely laid out. The revamped interface will no doubt be even more popular than the first.
Creating membership sites is not for beginners. You should be at an intermediate level to create membership websites. You're going to have to create premium content for those sites. That's the hardest part. Additionally, I noticed there is the ability to integrate EverLesson 2 with Spin Rewriter, a piece of software for content spinning. You can read this article to find out why content spinning is not a good idea. However, you're not forced to use that if you don't want to. You can ignore it and it won't be detrimental to do so.
If creating a membership site is a must for you, then absolutely, I don't think you'll go wrong here with EverLesson 2.0. If you're not ready to build a membership site, read about an alternative solution that might be just what you've always hoped for below.
EverLesson 2.0 is listed at $297. MemberHub was also the same pricing.
My rating of EverLesson is 80%. I have never created a membership site myself. But after looking at the first version, which was MemberHub, I am tempted to try out EverLesson 2.0. If I were to set my mind on making a membership site of my own I believe that EverLesson 2.0 is the number 1 option for me.
But is it the number 1 option for you? If a membership site is not quite what you're ready for, I have an alternative suggestion for you. You could always get into creating membership sites if and when you're more adept with the necessary basics.
There's an alternative to EverLesson 2.0 and that is creating a regular non-membership site known as a niche site. You're on a niche site right now reading this. My niche is home business, affiliate marketing and such. If I wanted to create a membership site for that niche I could create premium content that teaches affiliate marketing, somebody stop me, lol. I have enough on my hands with my current sites without adding to my workload right now.
Back to that alternative I mentioned. The alternative to creating a membership site is learning how to create a regular niche website for your home business. The tools and the training are available for anyone to use. There is also the help and support that gets you up and running with your own online business from homw. You can do so at Wealthy Affiliate where I'm a member. Hint, click the big orange button just below here to read a review of Wealthy Affiliate right now. Find out why so many love it.
I'm one of the 100s of thousands of members at Wealthy Affiliate and I'm also ranked as an ambassador in the top 25. My current rank as of writing is 15. Why am I tooting my horn here? Well, it means I know stuff and I know people who know stuff that I don't know (yet). If you join Wealthy Affiliate through my website, you're going to get extra help that you need when you need it from me.
Not only that, it's free to start. If you are not quite ready to commit to a membership site yet I suggest you learn the ropes with me at Wealthy Affiliate, an online business training school which is now in its 12th year since being established back in 2005.
To read my thorough Wealthy Affiliate review check this out here.
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