Running 34% of the entire internet, WordPress is considered as the biggest Content Management System in the world. You own a WordPress site, then your site is a sitting target of spammers and hackers. That’s why the term “content protection” becomes more and more common.
There are a number of solutions that can handle the job, but membership and password protection win the largest share. Both methods prove useful in their own ways.
Before digging into how these 2 solutions lock parts of your content, let’s talk about reasons for securing a portion of a post first.
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