Adding Content Links
Using Content Links will also give you more analytics so you can see which members have viewed/downloaded any of your content - including the date, time, and location.
Watch this short video below for an overview:
If you haven't added any Content Links in the past, first you'll need to click on 'Member Pages' in your top navigation > make sure you have added at least one Member Page > and then click on Manage Content Links in the left side menu.
If you prefer written instructions, please see below.
Adding Content Links
- In your MemberSpace backend, go to "Member Pages" > "Manage Content Links":Once you have five or more Content Links in your account, you'll see a "Content Links" option in your top navigation:
- Next, click "Add Content Links":
- Then, drag one or more files (i.e. images, PDFs, mp3s, etc.) onto the screen. You can drag multiple files onto the screen and upload them at once:
If you wish to protect custom HTML or videos (hosted on Vimeo, Wistia, or YouTube), you can add those here too:
- After, you'll click "Edit access" next to each of your files one at a time to configure each Content Link's settings:
Various file types will have different settings. Some customizable options include the Content Link title, determining when the content should be available (learn how to drip out Content Link access in this guide), choosing which Member Plans grant access to the content, and deciding how you'd like the content to appear on your website (i.e. popup, embed, download):
- When you finish editing the access settings for the Content Link, click "Update Now" at the bottom.
- Finally, click "Done Uploading" at the top to officially upload your Content Link(s):
Once you upload a Content Link, we'll give you a secure link that you can add to your website. Simply click "Copy" next to the Content Link you'd like to add to your site:
When website visitors attempt to access a Content Link on your website, MemberSpace will perform an extra security check to make sure the person attempting to access the content is a logged-in member. This provides an extra level of protection in the event someone is able to get around the standard page protection.