Kajabi Website Examples

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These Kajabi website examples will inspire you to create a website that will set you apart from your competition.

Key Takeaways:

  • We’ve selected 30 real-life Kajabi website examples to showcase
Kajabi Website Examples

1. Grant Cardone Training Center

  • Niche: Mastering sales and marketing skills

Grant Cardone is a successful trainer that teaches people how to master their sales skills to increase their revenue and turn prospects into buyers.

Using Kajabi, Grant can create and upload videos of his content and develop written assignments for his members to complete.

Grant Cardone University

2. BagLady Divorce 

  • Niche: Financial divorce expert

Deanna Brown is a Divorce Financial Analyst. She uses Kajabi’s video interface to record, post, and upload videos to her site. 

To create her pipeline infrastructure, Deanna has utilized Kajabi to create a unique landing page for her checklist page.

Bag Lady Divorce

3. Simply Organic 

  • Niche: Holistic hair stylist courses

Simply Organic has a unique website design that perfectly demonstrates what the business is about. 

To create stunning visual layouts, Simply Organic used one of Kajabi’s many customizable templates.

Simply Organic

4. Glossible

  • Niche: Online makeup courses

Glossible utilizes Kajabi to create short but informative online courses for makeup artists using video tools. 

Take a look at the Glossible shop to see how you can structure your e-commerce store using Kajabi to sell products to your members. 

Kajabi Website Examples

5. Floret Online Workshop

  • Niche: How to grow flowers

Floret Online Workshop created a seamless landing page to get more leads to learn more about the website. 

The site has a stunning page created with Kajabi forms and landing page features. There’s also a CTA button with the perfect placement. 


6. Deborah Case Dance Academy

  • Niche: Online dance classes

Deborah Case develops unique video tutorials using Kajabi’s video tools. You can list videos in a playlist format to structure courses correctly. 

You can also set course pricing for students on various levels so you can gain members from beginner to pro in no time. 

Kajabi Website Examples

7. Juice Guru Institute 

  • Niche: Health and wellness blog

Want to give daily advice on health and wellness to your active members? Kajabi lets you write blogs to help your members live a healthier lifestyle. 

With Kajabi’s blogging tool, you can optimize your content (known as Search Engine Optimization or SEO) while providing helpful daily tips to your subscribers.

Kajabi Website Examples

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8. Full Plate Living

  • Niche: Food blog and tutorials

Full Plate Living creates video tutorials through Kajabi. The site also has a blog with stunning visuals. 

With Kajabi, you can add media to blogs and create a site like Full Plate Living. Additionally, you can track site traffic on Kajabi to see how well your content is doing. 

Kajabi Website Examples

9. Putting Me Together 

  • Niche: Fashion for women

Putting Me Together teaches women around the world how to build a unique fashion style. 

The site wouldn’t be successful without the layout of the landing page. Use Kajabi’s landing page tools to drive traffic to your site and get more people to subscribe to your courses. 

Simply Put Together

10. FullyRaw

  • Niche: Healthy eating

FullyRaw has plenty of members on the site. This substantial membership is because the developer used Kajabi’s email marketing tools to drive traffic to the platform. 

There’s also a perfect layout of the courses students can take and tabs to drive traffic to the site’s blog page

Kajabi Website Examples

11. Passion For Savings 

  • Niche: Affordable dinners for moms

Passion For Savings has a website with a streamlined layout. It gets straight to the point by including tabs at the top to navigate through the site easily. 

The developers used Kajabi’s tools to create an online shop to sell products to visitors, complete with pricing and product descriptions. 

Passion for Savings

12. Education By Matt Johnson

  • Niche: How to become a wedding filmmaker

Kajabi is the perfect platform to create online courses for a specific niche. 

This site has a playlist of courses with an action button to click on to start a course. You can do this, too, using the tools Kajabi offers to build your website.

Who Is Matt

13. Wholetones 

  • Niche: Music streaming

You can add audio and visuals to your Kajabi site just like Wholetones has done. Adding sound is easy using the Kajabi web builder tools. 

To get more members, add a ‘subscribe’ button to your site. 


14. Love and Logic 

  • Niche: Parenting self-help site

You can develop self-help courses and upload them to your Kajabi website, similar to Love and Logic. 

Sell courses and use the unlimited email marketing option to promote your website.

Love and Logic

15. RetroSupply Co. 

  • Niche: Retro/vintage graphics  

RetroSupply sells digital products such as graphic designs. You can upload your artwork easily with Kajabi without compromising on quality, and you can put prices on them. 

Customers can download digital products from the site as soon as they make a payment. 

Retro Supply

16. David Whyte 

  • Niche: Self-discovery through poetry

Kajabi isn’t simply for pre-recorded video courses. David Whyte can live stream his seminars using Kajabi products. 

You can also use YouTube live through the platform, which is a great way to connect with your audience. 

David Whyte

17. Digital Track and Field 

  • Niche: Online coaching

This site uses Kajabi to coach its members with over 50 lessons and two hours of video content. 

Use shorter videos to teach members a particular skill. You can edit your videos effortlessly using the Kajabi video editing tool.  

Digital Track and Field

18. Ad Zombies

  • Niche: Online marketing

Ad Zombies lists courses on the homepage and includes a price so members can budget for a course. 

The developer also created a perfectly placed subscription box using the tools offered by Kajabi. 

Ad Zombies

19. The Secret Energy Innerversity 

  • Niche: Metaphysics

The Innerversity site has plenty of high popping visuals. One that stands out is the video background in the Hero banner

You can use moving visuals too for your banner by customizing your Section Background. 

Secret Energy

20. Gotch SEO

  • Niche: SEO and marketing

This site added a search option at the bottom of their page so visitors can search the site for specific products or content. 

You can add a search bar by using the Customize option on the Website dashboard.

Gotch SEO

21. Parkbench 

  • Niche: Real Estate marketing tactics

Videos and images aren’t the only type of content you can add to your site. Parkbench added ebooks by using the Products feature on Kajabi. 

You can automatically send ebooks to members once they’ve paid for their product. 


22. PBN Academy

  • Niche: Healthy eating

The folks at PBN Academy have added their custom logo to their Kajabi site. 

You can add your own logo with any package, but if you choose the Growth plan, you’ll have the option to remove Kajabi branding.

Plant Based News

23. FreeUp University 

  • Niche: Business training 

FreeUp University has a streamlined homepage with tabs at the top for support and a page where members can buy courses. 

Use this layout as inspiration to create a minimalistic site with the Kajabi website builder. 

FreeUp University

24. Youinfuse Online Studies 

  • Niche: Online studies

Here is another site that has opted for the Pro Kajabi plan. The site can accommodate up to 20,000 active members. 

Developers can also customize the entire site using the code editing tool that comes with the Pro tier (or Kajabi Access). 

You Infuse

25. Fade2Fit

  • Niche: Health and fitness

The folks at Fade2Fit use two pages for their site. They developed one page so members could sign in. 

You can easily create a sign-in page using the Website tab on Kajabi.

Fade 2 Fit

26. Wild for Planners 

  • Niche: For event planners 

Wild for Planners has developed two websites. One site is for connecting members, and the other offers courses for event planners. 

There’s a call to action on both sites to drive traffic between the two websites.

Wild University

27. Government Social Media 

  • Niche: Government social media training 

Government Social Media’s site has tabs for events and a place where like-minded people can connect. 

You can add various tabs to your social media pages or add contacts to your page with Kajabi. 

Government Social Media

28. Fleur De Lisa Solutions 

  • Niche: Digital marketing

Fleur De Lisa Solutions has added a chatbot to help members navigate the platform when teachers aren’t available. 

You can integrate a chatbot onto your site using the AI Bot platform on Kajabi.  

Fleur De Lisa Solutions

29. Pop Pilates 

  • Niche: Fitness and exercise

Pop Palates has an array of offers on the homepage. The site has a blog section, courses and they sell apparel. 

You can sell both digital and physical products on your Kajabi site and structure them using the website builder tool.

POP Pilates

30. Psychotherapy.net Academy 

  • Niche: Psychotherapy 

Psychotherapy Academy adds a bit more about their niche by creating an ‘About Us’ page. 

To give your members an overview of what you offer, you should also add this page through the website builder. Be sure to create SEO content in this section to boost your site’s traffic.


Bottom Line

Did you find the Kajabi website examples inspiring? With Kajabi, you don’t have to be a professional web developer to get your site up and running. 

Simply use the tools on your dashboard to create landing pages, add videos and write dynamic content for your site. 

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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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