Another great way to gauge a platform without making a purchase is to scroll through some tutorials for top membership sites. Tutorials are a good way to gather knowledge and also look at someone playing around with the backend. This will familiarize you with the builder and even tell you if it can do what you want out of the box. Modify your search to include the features you need. For instance, if you want membership pages, you can search “how to add membership pages to ‘platform name’.”

Since you are not a web designer, you shouldn’t waste time figuring out how to get your new web building platform working. An ideal builder should be straightforward and easy to use. It should have tons of guides, be it articles or videos, guiding you on how to create the perfect membership website in the shortest time possible. To be on the safer side, skim through a customization tutorial for your shortlisted membership building platforms of choice and settle for the one you believe will give you all the features you need without stressing you.
A Web analytics program tells you how shoppers are using your site. It reveals where users come from, what pages they visit and what keyword searches brought them to the site. An analytics package enables merchants to calculate their conversion rate. (Your “conversion rate” is the percentage of your visitors who make a purchase — a critical fact to know and track over time.)
Special Unicode Characters in Data Validation Lists: ☐, ☑, ✓, ✔ - This may be my favorite approach. You can include special characters like this in a Data Validation drop-down list. This isn't quite as good as clicking once to fill in a checkbox, but it is great for the mobile Excel apps. The only hard part is remembering how to insert a check mark symbol in Excel. For more information, see my article Using Unicode Character Symbols in Excel.
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2.  Take a copy of the Online Content Only certificate and the in-water skills checklist to the pool for the skills review with the lifeguard instructor. Review the skills with the instructor, sign the checklist, have the instructor sign it, and then send both the checklist and online certificate to your LSC registrar. The earlier of the two expiration dates will determine the STSC credential expiration date.

Wild Apricot gives you access to over 200 themes. In case you don’t find what you want in the theme market, you can always use custom HTML and CSS to build your own custom look if you know how to create a membership website very well. Needless to say, Wild Apricot will be a very powerful tool in the hands of someone who has a basic understanding of HTML/CSS.
Asking members to login to the member site allows you to tailor the user experience to each member. With user-specific access you have the ability to remember what content they’ve subscribed to, what content they’ve accessed, and possibly what content they’ve favorited or completed. You can also provide quizzes and lessons to truly personalize the experience. This controlled membership area provides a very customized experience that enhances the user’s interaction with the website and builds engagement.
A: All coaches must complete the online course and test.  When the course is completed, save/print the Online Content Only certificate and forward it to your LSC registrar. The certificate will have a QR code that can be traced on ARC website. The course should take 2-3 hours to complete. Coaches can exit the course at any time and log back in to resume where they left off but once they start the final exam, they need to complete it in one session.
Google Sheets beat Microsoft to the punch and introduced a Checkbox as one of the Data Validation options. You can go to Insert > Checkbox to quickly create one, and you can customize it by going to Data > Data Validation. I've updated most of the Google Sheets versions of my checklists to use that feature. I hope Excel gets smart and introduces a similar feature some day.
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