Kajabi has many features and tools to create engaging and high-converting storefronts.
We’ve compiled a list of five successful storefronts which showcase the platform for those looking for inspiration and an idea of the platform’s capabilities.
- Kajabi storefronts let you list courses, communities, memberships, coaching, and podcasts
- Storefronts are a core product and therefore available on all subscription plans
1. Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone is a real estate entrepreneur who has grown his business by selling digital products.
In addition to his flagship product, Cardone University, he also sells books, live events, webinar recordings, and other training.
Kajabi has been used to create his landing pages and sell the products. The platform can support up to 20,000 active customers, enabling large businesses to use it.
2. Yoga with Adriene
Yoga with Adriene has one of the most popular YouTube channels in the yoga space, with 11 million subscribers. To monetize her content business, she sells 30-day challenges and courses.
30-day challenges are a great example of another way to market and sell courses. As Kajabi has a drip content feature, you can set up challenges that give users access to a different lesson each day.
Another feature that Yoga with Adriene uses is the “choose what you pay” tool. This allows users to access the challenge by paying what they deem it to be worth, which makes it more accessible to customers.
3. Fine Woodworking
Fine Woodworking offers training courses, community access, and coaching to people looking to improve their carpentry skills.
In addition to their evergreen courses that sell all year round, they also offer courses with specific start dates. After the customer has purchased, they’ll have access to the course on the release date.
Moreover, to increase the user experience, they also offer coaching calls and community access during the training.
Although this is an online course for students to complete at home, by using these features, they’re able to virtually create a classroom environment, which students value.
4. Plant Based News
Plant Based News is an online business that provides courses to teach about veganism and the vegan lifestyle.
Its range of courses includes both paid and free options. Kajabi lets customers price their courses for free, a great way to build authority and customer trust.
After completing a course, customers may be more likely to return and purchase a paid course.
5. Grow Young Fitness
Grow Young Fitness is an online workout community for seniors. They have two products for customers to buy: Jump Start Weight Loss Program ($24.99) and The Founders’ Club.
The Founders’ Club gives users access to 250+ workout videos, its Facebook Group community, and VIP support. This membership subscription can be paid monthly, quarterly, or annually.
Kajabi lets owners price and sell subscriptions with different price points and lengths, which can encourage new members to sign up for longer durations to receive discounts.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do You Create a Storefront in Kajabi?
You can create a Kajabi storefront from within your dashboard. You’ll be able to create products, set prices, and design your storefront there.
What Products Can I List on a Kajabi Storefront?
Kajabi lets you list a wide range of digital products, including courses, memberships, community, coaching, and podcasts. In addition, you can include products such as courses and community within a membership program.
What Kajabi Subscription Do I Need to Build a Storefront?
Storefronts are a core Kajabi feature and are therefore available to all subscribers. The platform’s entry-level subscription, the Basic plan, starts at $149 per month.