WPCW Exchange

As many of you know, our team has been busy finalizing the next major release for WP Courseware, version 3.0, which will be packed with features we think you’ll be thrilled with.

However, today we’re very excited to announce a new integration which we’ve been working on for the past few weeks with the team over at iThemes…

We now have an integration available for WP Courseware and iThemes Exchange!

If you aren’t familiar with Exchange, since it’s inception around a year ago it’s become one of the most robust and easy-to-use shopping cart plugins you’ll find for WordPress.

Since its launch, Cory Miller from iThemes and his team have built one of the leading e-commerce solutions for WordPress and we’re proud to have been able to partner with them on this integration.

Why Exchange?

One word…simplicity.

Exchange has an ever-expanding suite of powerful add-ons to give you the ability to customize the way you sell products on your site.

But if you want to get up and running by simply setting up products and getting paid for them using a PayPal account, it’s never been easier.

And now we have an integration to tie those products directly to WP Courseware courses through the iThemes Exchange Membership add-on.

Save 25% on iThemes Exchange Membership Addon

Click here to get the ProPack

Coupon code: WPCW25

How Does it Work?

It’s simple…

  1. Install WP Courseware
  2. Install iThemes Exchange
  3. Install the Exchange Membership add-on
  4. Install the WP Courseware + Exchange integration plugin
  5. Create Exchange products and associate them with memberships
  6. Associate memberships with WP Courseware courses

 

You can view the full details in the following tutorial video:

How Do I Get It?

You can download the WP Courseware + iThemes Exchange integration add-on for free on the WordPress repository or by logging into the member portal.

About Nate Johnson

Nate Johnson is one of the co-founders of Fly Plugins, creators of the first and most widely-implemented learning management system for WordPress, WP Courseware. Since 2012, he has helped thousands of entrepreneurs, corporate training departments, and higher education institutions develop and deploy online training courses from their WordPress websites.

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