Membership sites AKA continuity programs are one of the best things you can create as an online income stream since they create recurring income streams. The other most important thing you should be creating if you want to build a sustainable online business is an email list.
The great thing about Kajabi is that it combines both of those things into one simple platform.
Now, I don’t know this for sure, but by the looks of it, Kajabi seems to be running on the Teachable framework, but with upgraded features such as the ability to customize landing pages, sales pages, etc.
Kajabi seems to be a beautiful platform for setting up and running sustainable continuity programs, however, I feel it is best suited for people who are more experience in business and also either know how to acquire online customers profitably or have a person on their team or that they outsource that part of their business to, to do that for them. The reason I say that is because of the pricing. It’s quite steep for the absolute beginner, unless you already have the budget set aside. But if you don’t and you’re bootstrapping your online business from scratch I don’t think Kajabi is the best option.
All in all, I think Kajabi is an excellent all-in-one tool for you to run a simple, scalable and sustainable online business, but if you’re coming into the make money online space as a newbie and don’t know the slightest thing about building an online business, I think the monthly fees, even at the lowest membership level, are going to cause you to cancel sooner than you planned.