MemberVana’s pricing structure is dependent on the number of Members in your organization. As a general rule, we consider a Member to be any User Account with Member access. Depending on how your organization is structured, that may not be very clear. So let’s look at four examples:
Organization 1 is a Social Group. The organization sells memberships to individual people. In this organization, each paying member is considered a Member.
Organization 2 is a Bar Association. They sell memberships to individual people, as well as companies. Their company memberships give employees of the company access to content and services as if they had their own individual membership. In this organization, each individual with access is considered a Member. So it includes the individual members and all employees of the company members.
Organization 3 is a Condo Association. They don’t sell memberships, but each of the 100 units in the condo complex has an account to access content and services. In this case, the number of Members is the number of units in the condo complex.
Organization 4 is a Private Social Club. The organization sells Memberships to Individuals, Couples and Families. The Family Memberships can cover up to 5 people. Each person in a Couple (2) or Family (up to 5) is given individual access to the same content and services as an Individual member. In this situation, the number of Members is the total number of Individuals, other Family Members and Spouses.