Can You Sell Physical Products On Kajabi?

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Yes! You can sell physical products on Kajabi.

However, if you ask if Kajabi is the best platform to sell physical products on, then the answer is most likely going to be no.

Key Takeaways:

  • Kajabi is designed specifically for developing and selling digital products like courses and membership sites
  • There is one major caveat though: Kajabi does not have any built-in shipping orders functionality for physical products
  • However, you can easily integrate Kajabi with Shopify, WordPress, or even Amazon and get the best of both worlds
Can You Sell Physical Products in Kajabi

Shopify’s Buy Button

We’ve used both Shopify and Kajabi for a few years now.

Embedding Shopify’s Buy Button onto your Kajabi website could be an easy solution if you want to sell physical products.

Learn more by reading our Kajabi & Shopify integration guide.

Can You Sell Physical Products On Kajabi?

Zapier Integration

Fortunately though, through the Zapier app integration, you can connect any automated shipping software to send shipments when customers make purchases on your Kajabi site.

You can set up Zapier to connect a shipping application to automate shipping physical products.

What Kind of Products Can You Sell in Kajabi?

Kajabi is a platform designed for creating, marketing, and selling digital products.

What kinds of products are “digital products”, you ask?

Here are just a few examples of the kinds of products you can sell in Kajabi. 

  • Courses: Online courses are the bread and butter of Kajabi’s user base. Kajabi’s video and course creation tools are perfectly geared toward making comprehensive classes for customers to take. You can create different course types at different price points. 
  • Ebooks: Ebooks are another fantastic product to sell using Kajabi. The best part is that Kajabi gives you the tools to publish your writing to a wide audience. No more going through an online publisher; you can do it all yourself. 
  • How-to guides: Everybody likes learning things. Kajabi’s course creation modules are perfect for making tutorials and how-to instructional videos. There are also video and text options for tutorial lessons. 
  • Podcasts: Releasing a podcast is a good way to cultivate an online following. You can embed podcast playlists directly into your course modules for your audience and have special episodes and recording behind a membership gate. 
  • Music: DIY musicians are a perfect audience for Kajabi. Kajabi lets you control the sale and marketing of your music and cuts out the middleman of record labels. 
  • Photography: Kajabi is also the perfect platform to showcase your photography. Selling photos through your website is a good idea as you don’t have to share your profits with marketplaces. 
  • Research & data: Marketers and business consultants can use Kajabi to sell their unique research on the state of the industry. People will pay lots of money for professionally researched data.
  • Applications: Apps and software sales are a great idea for Kajabi. Kajabi is an excellent platform to host and market your custom software to like-minded tech geeks. 
  • Graphic arts bundles: Kajabi is a good platform to sell your work if you are a web designer. You can either sell your direct services or sell premade graphics packages for businesses to use in their materials. 


Kajabi is virtually limitless in its versatility.

No matter what kind of product you want to sell, your business can find a home using the Kajabi platform.

Not only is Kajabi a platform for selling your products but it gives you the tools and features to market them and foster a community among your customer base.

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Samuel Fletcher
Samuel Fletcher is an entrepreneur with over fifteen years of experience in course development. Sam enjoys researching and experimenting with the latest tools in the industry. Beyond this, Samuel is a blogger, online business coach, and regular contributor to community and volunteering projects. Samuel believes strongly that dedication, perseverance, and commitment are keys to success in any business. He was motivated to start SupplyGem after discovering how difficult it was to find good, honest, unbiased information online about online course platforms. Sam is a current member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), ISA (the Association of Learning Providers), The Learning Guild, and the Training Magazine Network.

Disclosure: I am not an employee, agent or representative of Kajabi, LLC. Kajabi does not in any way endorse my products or services. I am an independent Kajabi Partner and I receive referral payments from Kajabi in this role. All opinions expressed herein are my own and are not official statements of Kajabi or any party affiliated with Kajabi.

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