Leaky Paywall overview

  1. You can set the Leaky Paywall meter to restrict by X number of free articles over a Y time period: days, weeks, months, years. 
  2. There is a LP Visibility setting on the post edit screen you can use to override the global meter setting. EG: make an article always free or always require a subscription based on subscription level
  3. You can restrict by category, tag, and post type
  4. You can make exceptions and allow free access by category, tag, and post type
  5. Leaky Paywall subscriber data is simply meta-data (extra data) that is linked to the appropriate WP user. The WP user role is also set to 'subscriber'. This is great for giving subscribers access to Ex: an event calendar... you can easily give all subscriber roles the ability to add new events.

    All logins and permissions are handled by the default WP user table. Whether you log in to gain access to your subscription or to reset a password it is a standard WP user action. Leaky Paywall has nothing to do with it.
  6. Leaky Paywall is designed to show the reader a few articles for free (you should test the meter setting with different numbers of free articles). A minimum of 1 free article is required to let Google index your content and to let each article be shared in social media. Setting the meter to 0 turns Leaky Paywall into a hard paywall and forces a subscription. Once the meter is used up, the article excerpt is displayed along with the prompt to subscribe.
  7. Payment gateway: We support Stripe elements and checkout which includes Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, and many more
  8. Subscription levels: You can sell daily, weekly, monthly, annual subscriptions, both one time and recurring
  9. You can offer coupons, trials, gift subscriptions, corporate subscriptions (email based, IP exceptions, Group seats), group subscriptions, as well as a premium archive access level (you can charge more for older archive content). See our addons
  10. Removing ads for subscribers: Yes. We can help you target your ad code to suppress it based on subscription level. If you use our Ad Dropper plugin to display ads you can set it to hide ads for logged in subscribers per subscription level 
  11. Tip: Leaky Paywall: you can deactivate the plugin at any time. Anyone who has registered has a WP user in the database and the information is saved for when you reactivate it
  12. Make sure you read this article for what's possible: https://leakypaywall/20-best-leaky-paywall-features/

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