Check out this great blog post on the frequently asked subject of Kajabi vs. Teachable!
If you only need a software tool to build and deliver your online courses, Teachable works well.
If you want to find success online, you should already have these pieces in place:
Website (think WordPress or Squarespace)
Marketing tools (think Infusionsoft, ActiveCampaign, Ontraport, or Hubspot)
If you DON’T have any of these in place, you’ll need to look elsewhere.
Teachable has limited website functionality and can’t act as an online hub for your brand. It can only act as a back-end for which your online courses are delivered.
To successfully grow your business by acquiring new leads and converting them into customers, this route involves paying for numerous software apps.
This is satisfactory for some, but for those wanting to fully integrate their business functions and easily scale up, this presents a huge problem.
If you need a platform that does more than deliver your products (because you’re tired of duct-taping together different tools and losing sleep over making them work), then it’s pretty clear which platform you need to use.
Kajabi has all the tools you need in place to build and run an entire online business selling your digital products.