Increase your profits by selling All Access memberships – which give your customers an extremely improved experience. All (or just some) of your store’s products will be right at your customers’ fingertips when they need them. After purchasing a membership, they simply log in and start downloading products. Your customers spend more than they otherwise would have, and also get more for their money – everyone wins.
When your customers purchase an All Access Pass, they can log in and browse your site for products they’d like to download. Instead of seeing the normal “Buy Now” button, they’ll see a “Download” button in its place. No more scrolling through long, un-searchable “purchase history” pages. Your products are already laid-out beautifully on your website and WordPress has built-in search functionality. All Access puts that to work by letting your customers download directly from each product’s sales page.
This makes for amazingly smooth user experience when looking for a specific product from your store. In seconds, they can search, find, and download without needing to pay anything additional. They can download anything they want, whenever they want – and ONLY what they want. This makes it simple, easy, and useful to your customers.
Set duration of access (any time length, from infinite down to a single day)
Allow unlimited downloads or set download limits (for example, 1 download per day/week/month/year)
Allow access to all products or limit by category(s)
Allow access to specific price variations only
Modify pass settings on a customer-by-customer basis
Create unlimited “tiered” passes. For example “Gold”, “Silver”, and “Bronze” access levels.
Restrict content (like embedded videos/text) on any page, post, or product.
Allow products to be purchased one-by-one AND sell All Access.
All Access Only mode so products can ONLY be downloaded using an access pass
Accept early renewals
Upsell to All Access beside any purchase button.
Show “Login” link beside any product (useful for existing All Access customers)
Tool to convert prior-to-installed purchases into All Access Passes
Shortcode which shows anything to people WITHOUT an All Access Pass (useful for sales info)
Shortcode which only displays products the customer can download using their All Access Pass
Shortcode which tells customers all of their All Access Pass details (downloads left, etc)
Discount Codes: require a valid All Access membership for specific discount codes to be used.
Integrations with other EDD extensions
EDD Recurring: Sell auto-recurring access memberships
EDD Software Licensing: Sell “Master Licenses” which work for all products and allows pro-rated upgrades
Frontend Submissions & EDD Commissions: Split the profits from All Access fairly among Shop vendors.
Integrations with other WordPress plugins
Restrict Content Pro (RCP): Migrate your members and their subscriptions from RCP to All Access in a single click
An All Access Pass will expire at the time interval you choose. When a customer’s All Access Pass expires, they won’t be able to download any more products unless they renew it by re-purchasing. This opens the door to recurring income as customers aren’t just paying for your files – but also the convenience of using your website. They can use your website like a utility “cloud” drive which saves them hard drive space and goes with them everywhere. This ease-of-use makes paying a recurring fee worthwhile. If you want to automatically accept recurring payments from your All Access customer (as opposed to making them manually repurchase each period), check out the EDD Recurring extension. It perfectly pairs with All Access.
Limit All Access to specific products
By default, All Access gives access to all products in the store. However, you can limit an All Access Pass so that it gives the customer access to just a specific category of products or even specific product variations.
Sell Membership Levels
This also makes it possible to sell membership “levels”. For example, you could create 3 All Access Products called “Gold”, “Silver”, and “Bronze”. Then you could set the “Bronze” product to only give access to “small” product variations, “Silver” to give access to “medium” product variations, and “Gold” to give access to everything. Customers can then choose the membership level that works best for them and their budget.
If you’d like to limit the number of downloads the customer can use per day, simply enter the number when creating the All Access Pass product. When the customer uses up their downloads per day, they will no longer be able to download anything else that day. You can limit their downloads on daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly periods.