I am trying to configure prosites at the moment, and I am asking myself if maybe I should go another path.
I am really impressed by the level of flexibility that prosites can bring. However, there might be another path for my business model.
In fact I intend to take the opposite direction as the market is actually doing. All competitors providing sites with price depending on ressources or functionalities of the given site.
I think the web ressources are now almost zero. Same applies to plugins at dev/agencies level with illimitated licences.
So ressources and plugins cost almost zero when you have some volume.
So I was thinking of having only free subsite service online. With one theme, and very few basic plugins.
Then ask a membership monthly fee that will give access to a domain name and a substantial discount on services privided by premium , not plugins...
for exemple members at 49 euros a month, will be able to buy a gravity form set up for them at 100 euros. while 99 members will be paying only 49 for exemple.
And then for memeber that would like to have their out of the multisite, a specific price can be proposed.
I will be using woocommerce. So questions are :
1) is there a way for me to restrict plugins access manually on a site by site basis, without the user admin being able to touch this ?
2) Can I use membership pro2 to handle subsites this way ? For exemple, block access to setting up new gravity forms ?
3) Can I use Memvership 2 linked with Woocommerce to sell some service package ?
Basically, I do not mind to have the site less automated. The idea is to concentrate more on the end user objective, on the end result, not the ressource he will need to reach his goal...
Ok, That is enough for now... :slight_smile: