How to Use Kajabi to Create and Sell an Online Course

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Kajabi is an all-in-one platform that makes it easy for anyone to create and sell their own online course. In just a few simple steps, you can have your course up and running on Kajabi.

Making a move to a new platform can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. With all of the options available, it can be difficult to choose the right one that works for your individual needs. Kajabi offers many features that can make creating and selling courses simpler and more efficient, but it is not without its learning curve. It may take some time to get used to how the platform works and become familiar with all of its features. Additionally, since there are so many choices for course creation platforms, it’s important to do thorough research and compare them side-by-side in order to make sure you’re selecting the best option for your business. Ultimately, if done correctly, making the switch to Kajabi could be just what you need to take your course business to the next level.

If you already have a website that you love, using Kajabi’s powerful course creation platform without building a website there is one option.

In this post, my hope is that I can show you what the Kajabi interface looks like if you have not yet landed on the exact platform you want to use to sell your course. Or, if you already have Kajabi and are getting overwhelmed, this post should help you focus on where to spend your time.

If you do not need to build a website on Kajabi, you can skip that setup step entirely. Instead you will focus on two things: building out your course, and creating an offer to sell it.

Written Steps for How to Use Kajabi to Create and Sell an Online Course

Step 1: Create a product (your course)!

The important part here is the organization. You’ll want to break your online course into modules, sub-modules and lessons as appropriate. Upload content to each section and don’t forget the thumbnails!

This is the part that is the most straightforward about Kajabi’s interface.

Step 2: Create an offer.

Note: Offers are under the Sales tab on the lefthand menu. You will have had to have added a payment method in the Settings section of Kajabi first.

An offer could be comprised of more than one product or course. For most of you just starting out, your offer will be the same as your course. But, you still have to create the offer to sell your course.

editing Kajabi checkout

Once you have created the offer, you will be able to click on it and see a button to Edit Checkout. Click on this button to customize the content on the checkout page. At the top of this page you will also see an option to grab the link.

Sales link for Kajabi course

This is what you need to connect your regular website to the sales functionality of Kajabi and your course!

Best of luck! Xx, Kara


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Hi, I'm Kara

I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!

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