|Posted: Monday Nov 19th, 2012 at 6:04 pm #32021|
I’m just about to build a new client site and would like some advice on which method of using S2 would be the most efficient for this next site.
The site will be stand alone WordPress (not buddypress).
It will contain tutorial videos that will be available to watch after sign up to the site.
Initially there will be only one set of 3 videos, but down the line there will be add on ‘modules’ of videos which will be available to purchase.
So initially EVERYONE who pays and signs up will be paying for this first 3 videos, however in the future, people may not be buying this first set of 3, but may go on to buy JUST THE 2nd SET, or just the 3rd set (or a combination.
For that reason I don’t think S2 levels would be the best way to go, but something more like CCaps.
I haven’t used CCaps in any of my other sites, so just wondered what would be the best way to set this up.
Say for instance all videos were found in the user’s ‘Members’ Area’, could I place links to the pages that hold the videos in CCap shortcodes so that they only show to people with those CCaps, and then I could protect the actual page linked with the same CCaps?
I’m not entirely sure, but I’m guessing this kind of site is pretty common, and could do with some advice on what people have found best.
Are CCaps fine to use with just Paypal standard buttons? I think this site may only be able to use standard buttons until they can afford a Pro account at PayPal.
Any advice would be fantastic!
Thanks so much!
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