Kajabi vs Teachable Review DECEMBER 2021

Kajabi Vs Teachable

The comparison is going to a good look at how the two course creation platforms Kajabi and Teachable compare against each other.

What are Kajabi and Teachable?

Kajabi and Teachable are cloud-based tools using which you can create and sell online courses under your name. They take of almost everything in the number of tools tobuild your course and deliver great results.

That means there’s potential for you to host all course-related materials like videos, pdf files, quizzes and other whatnots. You can differentiate the content into modules and sell the course. You can accept payments globally and use the course player to deliver the content while engaging with your students.

You can do this all even if you lack any technical skills.

They host the course, maintain the site, take care of both updates and security so you can create course content and sell those courses.

Teachable vs Kajabi

Another thing to note about both these platforms is neither of these market your courses for you. Unlike Udemy or Skillshare that have a dedicated marketplace there’s nothing here. That means you have complete control over the pricing, student data and policies you choose to run.

Despite similarities there are many key areas where these two differ.

Kajabi is a great all-in-one solution that lets you create the entire course and offers marketing on the platform. Teachable offers more of course selling and creation features.

Kajabi isn’t just limited to helping you create and sell courses. You also get to build your site and help you market the course.

Kajabi stemmed from the idea to give the person in charge everything possible for them to create, market and sell courses. No hacking involved.

This makes the lives of course creators easy and saves them plenty of hours. This could be easily the biggest USP of Kajabi.


What is Kajabi?

On the other hand, Teachable’s focus is on providing you just the tools you need to create and deliver an engaging online course to your students.


It doesn’t have the ability to create sales funnels or do email marketing which isn’t necessarily a weakness. It’s just that their focus is different.


What is Teachable?

In these sections, we’re going to take a look at how the two platforms differ from each other in number of features and which one is going to work for you better.


Course Creation & Engagement

The core idea with an online course platform is to let you create an online course and deliver the same to students and engage them with it.

Here we’re going to take a look at all the features that separate Teachable from Kajabi and how these differ in what they can offer.


Content Uploading & Structuring

Both course platforms Kajabi and Teachable let you add videos, audio files, quizzes, and pdf files to your courses. They offer unlimited amount of video hosting as well.

They’re similar in terms of the content types on offer on the platform.

With Kajabi, upload your content and the platform lets you structure the material to a course through the builder platform.Add lessons in the form of posts and the modules are called categories. Reorder these by dragging and dropping inside the course.

You also get to add a third level, sub categories which gives you even more control over how you arrange the course material.

For adding content to lessons, either do it one-by-one or bulk-upload the lessons at a single-go. Upload content from either the computer or through Dropbox or the Google drive folder.

When you click the lesson title on curriculum page, you’re taken to the individual lesson page where you can add video/assessment, add download files and enable or disable comments as well.

You can alter when the content is published, add a drip schedule for the course, set lessons and other items.

With the drag-and-drop course builder, add lessons as well as modules to the course structure. There are only two levels to categorize your course structure.

Add content to lessons one-by-one or bulk upload all the course content.

The course builder is much more user-friendly than Kajabi’s. Select lessons from the curriculum area first and modify settings to access downloads, publishing the course, or deleting them.

For Kajabi what you need to do is go to individual lesson pages and alter settings or delete lessons.

Teachable’s course builder offers plenty of flexibility for adding multiple content types to lessons.

Add a video or quiz, embed a pdf and add text. Arrange them in any order you want.

Kajabi’s course builder lacks this flexibility in letting you play around with multiple content types. You can’t add more than one video in a lesson and you can’t add a video and a quiz in a lesson.

Course builder on both Kajabi and Teachable are fairly intuitive making course creation a simple process on both platforms.


Course Player & Content Delivery

Another aspect of course delivery as well engagement is the course player in student area and this is one place where both platforms Teachable and Kajabi differ greatly.

What I like most is the fact that there are 10 or more themes and you get to choose something unique depending on what you have to offer.

Teachable doesn’t have that option.

On Kajabi choose a different theme and display option whether you’re creating a course, a membership site, a library of content and other such things.


The themes are well-designed and there are several that are top notch. Choose a good theme based on your course.

On most themes you will find the design clean and gripping and a place for you to showcase video thumbnails. Users can navigate between both modules and lessons. You get a premium feel to everything you do.


Teachable lacks sorely in this area. There’s just one default theme and it doesn’t play well with other purposes like membership sites and doesn’t have the same flow.

Teachable Course Player

Another good thing about the course design is that with both themes you can further customize the looks and functioanalities present in the themes.

Display/hide the course progress or display the author bio or use the sidebar to display other courses you have on offer.

Teachable disallows you from customizing any element in the course player theme. You need to be able to code to make that possible.


Course Player Customization in Kajabi

The course player is fully mobile-responsive. Users can go through the entire course on their phones. The chief difference is Kajabi offers apps for both Android and iOS while Teachable just has one iOS app.

With teachable getting you an app for iPhone users they stopped offering updates for the sma.e

Kajabi makes it easier for students to go through the course while on the move. There’s way more control and much more flexibility that you’re gong to get in terms of getting a premium learning experience.

Community & Coaching

Both platforms let you add native comments area to the lessons. The comments area is below each lesson. It’s here where students can ask questions about the course with their comments.

Kajabi has the option that lets you create a community area. The community area is a separate area on the site where you can accessseparately as part of the membership site.

The members can access communities they’re part of and from their dashboards. The community is clean with a modern design.

Members can engage in discussions around a course and can start new discussions. They’re also given the option to send questions through private messages to the admin or other members.

As admins, they can create topics of discussion, keep community engaged and choose to display the topics or the full feed on the homepage.

Kajabi Community Backend

You can alsopin a post to move it ahead on the community feed or send an announcement to communitymembers as well.

If you desire to build an engaged community around an online course or membership site, it’s a useful feature.

Teachable doesn’t give you the chance to create a community area on the platform. However you can use something like Mighty network that can help smoothen out the need for a community area.

There’s one more thing. If you’re selling one-on-one coaching programs, Teachable can help.

You can set the pricing, build out a form and create a coaching program setting milestones and communitating with students.


Quizzes & Certificates

Kajabi as online assessments where you create quizzes and surveys for the online courses you’re running. With the assessment you have access to question types ranging from multiple-choice to others, You can also set paragraph-style questions that are used to accept assignments from students.

There’s a file upload feature for questions, to accept assignments from students.

With assessments on Kajabi you have the option to add images to questions as well as do basic formatting.

You can also set a passing grade for students and evaluate their response.

Create a Quiz with Kajabi Assessments

Use the assessments feature whereby you create marketing quizzes and collect leads and segment your site visitors.

Assessments are flexible in what they offer and help you create quizzes and can use them to market, survey students and even get them to submit assignments.

Teachable has ways to let you create quizzes, and grade those students.

It will only let you add multiple-choice questions to quizzes. There’s no paragraph style answering or a way for you to collect assignments from students.

Another problem is you can only add text to questions. No option to format the questions in any way. Kajabi lets you add images to those questions. Wonderful right?

Edit quiz questions in Teachable

Neither of these platforms support advanced quizzing at this point. There’s no feature to get questions, randomize them and that’s something to note.

Kajabi assessments offer more flexibility compared to quizzes. They’re also more beautifully designed.

For certificates of completion, Teachable allows you to do that on the platform. Add a certificate for a specific couse and students will receive it when you complete the said course.

Teachable offers 3 templates, all of which sport a great design. You can also modify most elements inside the certificate template and also personalize them.

Build a custom template from scratch if you know how to code.


Teachable Certificates

Kajabi doesn’t let you create or send certificates to your students.

If you want to send certificates of completion use an an external solution like GOogle slides or accredible to create a certificate and then automate the whole thing with Zapier. Or Zapier alternatives.

Drip/Lock Course Content

Another key feature to ensure course compliance is content locking. Kajabi lets you pre-requisites on students for course completion. No student can progress the course without completing the lesson before.

Another feauture is you can add assessments or quizzes with a passing marks for the student to take and pass before they get access to future modules.


Create a Learning Path in Kajabi

Teachable too helps you do something similar. To enforce compliance, there are three options to pick from.

You can use the enforce lecture order option, where the user must progress through all lectures in the course in their order. You can also enforce quiz completion compliance whereby the student needs passing grades to complete the course.

The most interesting bit is that Teachable offers enforce video watching requiring students to watch 90% of a video before they’re considered fully done.

Teachable Course Compliance

The course compliance features on Teachable can feel a little stuffing. If you enable one of these compliances they’re automatically enforced.

For content dripping, you can similar features on either platforms. With both platforms you cn drip the content based on student enrollment or based on dates they joined.

You can also set up emails to go to students automatically as and when new content is listed. The chief difference is with Kajabi you can customize the time for drip feeding the content. Teachable doesn’t offer you the same.


Course Reporting and Analytics

Both these platforms let you keep track of student progress and performance on metrics like course completion, quiz scores, video engagement and others.

Teachable however offers a more extensive course reporting feature. View course completion rates by course level, lecture level and student level.


Course Completion Report

In much the same manner, Teachable lets you track performance of videos on a single dashboard. With Kajabi go through individual videos and see the stats.

On teachable you get video stats for the full course and isn’t currently possible with Kajabi.

On teachable on your dashboard you can see all available reports. On the flipside, you need to access different areas on the dashboard on Kajabi to gather this information.

It’s pretty easy to analyze course metrics and view insights on both Teachable and Kajabi.


Kajabi Automations

Kajabi runs automations that lts you create if this and when rules to automate tasks on the platpfmr within the membership site.

Automations has plenty of applications in both sales and marketing.

If your student is a bit inactive you can send them automated emails and chekc why they haven’t accessed the member’s area and if you can help them.

Create an Automation in Kajabi

Automated follow ups are a cool way to bill customers on recurring basis.
Automated follow ups are handy when running membership sites and bill customers on a recurring basis.

If someone doesn’t pass an assessment send them automatic emails and point out to them specific content they have to watch before retaking the test.


Automations can also trigger when someone has passed a test and you want to congratulate them as they complete specific lessons or modules.

There are many ways to use automations and it’s a powerful way to save time with the platform.

Teachable lacks any and all automations and there aren’t any platforms like Kajabi that offer so much.

We discussed all the important features both these platforms share and differ on. The course creation features on both platforms are based on this and it seems Kajabi has more to offer than Teachable itself.

Another area where Kajabi differs and beats Teachable is with course delivery. It has over 10 course player themes that offer tons of customization options.

There’s a mobile app for both iPhone and Android users as well.

You can deliver a good learning experience to members irrespective of the product you offer them.

Another area is the community feature with which you can add a community area to the membership site.

The automations feature boosts student engagement.

All the differences aside, both Kajabi and Teachable are splendid platforms for creating and selling online courses.

Site Design & Customization

It’s important to have a website you can use for course irrespective of your niche or business model. Kajabi and Teachable both let you create websites you can use.

They however are quite diverse on the exact way they let you create a site and here’s what’s in common and how they differ.

On both platforms, you get free hosting as well as an SSL certificate as part of the subscription. So, you don’t need hosting packages or worry to death over bandwidth.

You don’t have to worry about backup, security or maintenance either.

The free subdomain on the site lets you access to your own domain as well.

Here’s more around the site design aspects of teachable vs Kajabi and see how they compare against each other.

Website Themes

For actually creating the website, Kajabi has the website builder with which you have access to themes that you can use to design your site from scratch.

There are 6 predesigned themes to pick from that you can add to your site with a single click.

The great thing is each theme comes with a different style and can be used to build plenty of different sites as well.

You can customize any of the themes with the page builder which let you create your own site on your own terms and how they look and feel.

Kajabi offers six themes to begin with. A theme offers all the functionality of a site along with features and plenty of customization options to tweak your site as per your needs.

Edit any of the standard features, add page elements, page styles, change the copy and images and more.


Kajabi Website Themes

Concerning Teachable there’s no site themes to pick. You have a default theme spanning the width and length of your site and is enabled on all school sites.

There’s a theme area where you can upload the logo and define typeset and color settings for the site. You can’t customize the looks though.

Teachable Theme

For advanced customizations, both platforms let you modify the code at the backend.

In addition to all this, Kajabi can let you both import and use custom themes for the site. This isn’t possible on Teachable.

Page Builder

Kajabi sports an easy -to-use page building tool whereby you can customize most of your site. The page builder is visual in nature, letting you drag and drop while fully customizing the site from the top to the bottom.


Kajabi Page Builder

The page builder on Kajabi features 40 pre built sections that makes building landing pages super=easy.

You can choose between a hero section with background image or video, add pricing tables, list courses, display blog posts, add countdown timers, add optin forms, create multi column layouts and more.


Add New Section

You can tweak the color, add and remove spacing, add animations and all elements within page sections including both header and footer.

Kajabi’s footer section allows you to hide or show specific elements on mobile or desktop.

Teachable also features a drag and drop builder with which you can create new pages for your site. It’s easy to use and the pre build sections are good.

Teachable Page Builder

There are only few customization options for all these page sections. You can’t add in animations, alter column width, padding or show or refuse to display specific on page elements.

Kajabi page builder is a more powerful tool than Teachable and lets you create both pretty and functional pages on the site.

Blogging Capability

On both platforms you can add in a blog. The blogging capability on Teachable is amateur at best with very little to change or add.

Teachable hasn’t worked on their blog since its’ launch and there doesn’t seem to be anything that will be introduced any time soon.

If serious about blogging, stay away from Teachable.

Kajabi has a more robust blogging platform. The blog you create is functional and comes with multiple useful features.

Aside from creating blog posts and adding new content on them, you can tweak seo settings, group into different categories and add opt-in form to show different elements on the sidebar.

Kajabi vs Teachable has a more powerful blogging interface and you can see how many top course creators have a powerful blog alongside the courses they run.

Kajabi however isn’t a specialized platform like WordPress and the design options are limited.



Kajabi also lets you completely white label the course you create. Remove Kajabi branding from all places including login, signup areas on the site and in the course area.

Teachable offers you to remove their branding on higher plans from the online school. The problem is the checkout, signup, login pages still use Teachable and there’s no complete getting rid of the Teachable branding.

Checkout page on Teachable subdomain

On the flipside, Kajabi pages including checkout and login pages and can host them on your custom domain.


Website Creation – The Bottom Line

For site design and customization Kajabi vs Teachable, Kajabi seems to be the real winner.

Kajabi has a more diverse theme and page building capability and you get to create a fullyfledged and working site on the platform.

Teachablelacks basic site themes,  a stunted page builder that prevents you from doing more things than it allows you to do and you don’t get control on the website’s looks either.

Kajabi is a more complete blogging platform than Teachable for you to build your website.


Sales & Marketing

Sales and marketing is another great component of an online course creation platform and there’s significant overlap in between the two in terms of features they offer.

You can create coupons, bundle in courses, charge one-time or recurring fee and create checkout pages.

Despite all the features they share their sales and marketing features are different on Kajabi vs Teachable. Here are the differences.

Teachable focuses on providing features for payments and course sales, kajabi is a more well-rounded solution offering all tools to both market and sell courses within a single platform.


Product Pricing Options

On both Kajabi and Teachable you can set up different pricing. You can charge a one-time price, recurring fee or a payment plan with different prices in different currencies.

For subscription pricing both platforms let customers charge weekly, monthly yearly or anywhere in the middle. You get to create a free trial too.

The chief difference is that with Kajabi you can charge a custom upfront payment in the form of fees that isn’ possible within Teachable.


Kajabi Pricing Options

Subscription Pricing in Kajabi

A big issue I find with Teachable is you can’t offer different tiers for the online course or for the membership site. You can offer different pricing levels for the course but can’t include different content in different tiers.

This gives you both access and flexibility.

With Kajabi there’s the automations feature to add an option called gift this course pricing option to courses and this isn’t an option on Teachable now.


Payment Processing & Payouts

Now let’s go over payment processing on both platforms. They support Stripe and PayPal and you can either set up your own account or let Teachable do it for you.

Customers can send in their payments through credit card or through PayPal.

PayPal is however only available to customers on teachable so if you’re charging a one-time fee for the course and the currency is in USD. Customers can’t pay in with PayPal if the course is priced in Euro.


Unlike teachable, Kajabi offers to set up PayPal as an option irrespective of the currency in which the course is priced. This is for both subscription and product payment plan.

This is a big limitation and something to consider when building a membership site for an audience outside the US.

In terms of payouts, you can either add your own PayPal and stripe or let Kajabi gather the payment.

The money enters the Stripe/PayPal account using which you pay them to affiliates.

Kajabi Payment Gateways

With teachable there are plenty of options and they can be confusing.

The first option is to integrate your own Stripe or PayPal account. This gets you funds soon enough.

The teachable gateway gets you paid in 30 to 60 days. If you’re in the US, you may get instant payouts. The delayed payouts are disadvantageous toa  lot of people.


Finally you can accept credit card or PayPal payments even if they are not supported in the country. You can also use Google or Apple pay.

There’s also the backoffice service where they take care of admin tasks and processing fees for 2% extra.

This is a handy feature where you have a business model with a large number of affiliates.


Enable BackOffice

Teachable charges an additional 2% for BackOffice but oit’s great only if you have plenty of affiliates to manage. Otherwise not.

Checkout Pages & Upsells

Both Teachable and Kajabi offer a 1 step checkout. Here the user enters personal information and completes the payment on that page itself.

Kajabi makes it easy for you to create high-converting checkout pages for the course.

It offers options that let you build and customize a checkout page. Add a logo, video, details, testimonials and money back guarantees if you so wish.


Optimized Checkout Page

It gives you control over the information you collect from customers. You can access their shipping address on the checkout page. You can also sell physical books on the platform.

Kajabi has a number of conversion rate tools for the checkout process. You can bump up the offer on the checkout page and offer 1 click upsells too.

The abandoned cart feature lets you track and send automated follow  ups to emails for those who leave the checkout page and don’t make a purchase


Teachable also offers a well designed and optimized checkout page. Add custom elements ranging from testimonials, to bullet points. Add features or benefits too.

There’s little flexibility compared to all that you can do on Kajabi. No option to add a promo video, product images and other details.

Teachable Checkout Page

You have zero control on the information you get from customers. No way for you to collect their shipping or contact details either.

Teachable has 1 click upsells to the thank you page. No such feature on the checkout page.

You can’t track or reach out to people who abandoned their carts either.

Kajabi trumps over Teachable if you look at all-over platform flexibility.


EU VAT Handling

Teachable has a number of options and support for handling EU VAT taxes. Depending on customer location, it adds the correct vat percentage to the product price and invoices them with details about the purchase and VAT taken.


Teachable EU VAT

You  can also display vat plus pricing on the course sales page. This helps you become further VAT complaint.

If you use the gateway they will collect EU vat and pay it to the authorities.

Kajabi doesn’t handle EU VAT on the platform and you need external sales tools like Quaderno to manage this.

Another option is to use an external checkout like ThriveCart.


Sales Pipeline Builder

One of the most powerful sales and marketing feature that Kajabi offers is the Sales Pipeline Builder that lets you create entire marketing funnels pretty easily.


You can select from different blueprints available and Kajabi will automatically create different steps in that funnel including the landing pages and email campaigns.

Sales Pipeline Blueprints

If you offer a lead magnet to grow your email list, you can offer the Freebie blueprint and Kajabi creates a landing page and thank you page for the funnel on its own.

It additionally sets up lead magnet delivery as well.

If you’re using webinars to grow the course sales, select Zoom webinar blue print to create both registration and confirmation pages for you.


Create a webinar in Kajabi

You can customize the pages that Kajabi creates as per the blueprint. Add or reduce steps if you so wish

The best part? Kajabi is designed through and through to deliver the best possible user-experience.

The pipeline builder makes everything possible inline, add or modify landing pages, email campaigns or checkout pages within the builder.


Edit Kajabi Pipeline

You may run marketing campaigns if you have very little marketing knowledge.

Apart from creating full sales funnels you can also delve into landing pages for generating leads, selling courses and so on.

Choose from 20 landing page templates in the library from which you can further customize the page builder.


Landing Page Themes

You can also create optin forms that you can add to the website or blog and use them in popups.

Teachable doesn’t let you create sales funnels, landing pages, opt-in forms like Cluckfunnels or Leadpages.

Email Marketing Tools

Apart from this you can send broadcast emails to uses, Kajabi offers a number of inbuild email marketing automation tools as well.

Ge tot tag usrs and couple them to different list semgents. This is handy for managing and moving them through the funnel.

Second, create automated email sequences and set the emails to launch per a predefined schedule.


Kajabi Automated Email Sequence

Third, you can set up automations on kajabi to set up email marketing.

Think of automations with when and then rules with which you can add or remove tags, trigger email sequences or remove them from these sequences and send users unique offer.s

You can send them automated welcome emails as and when new subscribers join and you can send sales swuences as well.


Send a welcome email campaign to new students, once the campaign is done, remove them from the list. Add them to a sales sequence that keeps track of their progress in the course.


Kajabi Marketing Automation

Kajabi offers a lot in terms of email marketing. THe tools are great and it’s possible to run your entire campaign using Kajabi itself.


You can also plug in and play third-party email marketing solutions like COnvertKit with Kajabi. You will see plenty of users doing the same and this makes sense to do that. Or you can use a specialized marketing tool too.

Teachable offers very limited email marketing tools within itself. You can send an email broadcast to students but there’s no option to send any automated campaigns not even a welcome email.

Affiliate Marketing Capabilities

On both platforms there are tools to recruit affiliates and get them paying attention to what you have on offer. You can also pay them on time. However there are a few differences in the tools Kajabi vs Teachable.

With Kajabi you have the option of creating a separate registration page for affiliates. When someone signs up, you can approve them for the affiliate program. You also have the option to disable the registration.

For teachable the process is far more convoluted. An affiliate first needs to sign up as a student and then you need to manually approve the person. You can create a separate registration page or automatically approve new affiliates.

Two, kajabi allows you to create affiliate tracking links that you can direct to checkout pages or sales pages and display these links on the affilaite dashboard as well. An affiliate only has to copythe link from the dashboard.


Affiliate Dashboard

On Teachable you don’t get any option to create links for your affiliates.

The affiliates need to go to the sales page and get the link and paste the link to the link generator to create a unique link. This is fairly non-intuitive and sets up affiliates for more work.

Teachable Affiliate Dashboard

The affiliate reporting features are basic at best. There’s no way to compare how different affiliates compare against each other and see who’s the top performing affiliate.

There’s one thing related to affiliate marketing that you might begin to love. Teachable lets you set a custom cookie period with the default set to 30 days.

Third-Party Integrations

The two platforms supoport third-party integrations and it can be integrated to popular marketing platforms.

Both platforms make it fairly easy to integrate analytics and set up tracking tools like GA, Fb pixels, segmenting and more. You can also use tools like ConvertBox, Deadline funnel and more

You can also integrate them with Zapier and offer 1000s of thirdparty apps with which you may not have a direct integration.

The difference in these integrations about third party solitions is stark.

Kajabi natively integrates with Convertkit, Mailchimp, Aweber, Active Campaign as well as Drip.


Kajabi Email Marketing Integrations

On the other hand, Teachable has integration with Mailchimp and ConvertkIt. If you need more integrations yuou need Zpaier.


You know all about the different sales and marketing features. Kajabi offers more compared to Teaachable.

Kajabi’s full suite of tools offers only essential features for payments and for selling courses.

Sales pipeline builder and automations are standalone solutions in their own right and there’s hardly anything competing with those things.

If you want all these features and more Kajabi seems like a better pick. If you want everything in one place instead of hacking throuhg multiple tools to get something dones.

Kajabi vs teachable has a good job with Kajabi for sales tracking, offering marketing tools course pricing and more.


Reporting & Administration

Both Kajabi and Teachable offer plenty of options for tracking student and course perforamnce as well as manging the course site and this is the focus in this section.

For course reporting tools, both platforms let you track student progress. On individual courses you can see student course completion percentage and export the data.

The chief difference being that with Teachable you need access to several courses to access the report. On Kajabi the reporting is much more granular letting you see sales at the individual course level.

You can filter the report based on user segments and it is handy if you sell this to organizations and want to create custom reports on them.


Kajabi Course Analytics

Apart from this, you can see student quiz scores and track metrics like engagement rate and play rate.

As far as sales reporting is there, both platforms allow you to track transactions and manage them. However, Kajabi is way better in that respect.


Teachable Sales Report

The sales tools do a good job analytics sales performance. You can compare the charts on a monthly, weekly or daily basis. You can compare sales by courses.


Net Revenue Report

Kajabi has more powerful tool for subscriptions letting you track, monthly revenue per user, churn rate, MRR and more.

Kajabi lets you track pageviews, and it isn’t possible for Teachable you need GA to do the same.

For student management both platforms let you add more students to the school and managing the existing list of students you have.

You can do more like changing account information, manage purchases and information and enrollments and more.

Both Kajabi and Teachable let you add admin level users to the site.

The difference in both platforms is the number of admin roles, author roles and others.

You can also pay authors by a revenue share letting teachable find out how much you owe them. If on Teachable payment gateway the payments are released automatically.


Customer Support

Customer support problems get a fair answer on Kajabi most of the time and they more responsive.

Teachable offers live chat 5 days of the week 10 am to 5 pm est and Kajabi offers 24 7 support.

Teachable Customer Support

The live chat feature is limited to certain pricing programs and certain times  of the week.

There’s a good knowlegebase and article repository on both platforms for you to go through and understand.d

There’s both videos and articles for everything on the platform.

They also invest into customer training. Kajabi offers Hero University and Teachable offers TeachableU where you can get access to training to help with course creation and marketing.

There;s also weekly webinars and live events for you.

There are both user communities answering larger questions about the platforms and it’s a place for you to get feedback or advice.


Pricing Plans

Let’s go through Kajabi vs Teachable pricing.

There are three plans and on all you get unlimited storage and bandwidht an zero transaction fee.

Kajabi Pricing: How much does Kajabi cost?

The lowest tier called the basic plan sits at $149 per month. You can add three products and 3 sales pipelines on this. Get 1000 member on the plan.

The most popular plan called the growth plan costs $199 per month. Sport 15 products and 10000 active student.s

The highest called Pro plan at $399 per month lets you go testing the limits and supports 3 sites.

Teachable has a different pricing model. You also get unlimited students in additional to unlimited hosting and storage.


Teachable Pricing: How much does Teachable cost?

The basic starts at $39 per month and 5% transaction fee.

The professional plan is $119 per month and no transaction fees.

Teachable pricing is more flexible and you pay as you grow and is beginner friendly

Kajabi’s starting price is high to begin with and it doesn;t work if you simply want to test waters.

Kajabi vs Teachable

You know all about the features you need on each platform and how this is going to benefit your business. Pick the best platform from this that meets your needs.

If you have any questions about either platform or have any feedback, let us know that as well and I will respond to it as soon as possible.ompliance, affiliate marketing, live chat. And others on the basic plan.

You can also upgrade to the most popular plan that costs $119 per month.

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