Kajabi – WordPress Integration

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Kajabi is one of the leading platforms for selling digital products

At the same time, WordPress is an accepted market leader for blogs and website content curation.

Key Takeaways:

  • You can easily integrate WordPress and Kajabi by using third-party services such as Zapier, Stargate365, and Automate.io
  • By integrating Kajabi and WordPress, you can use Kajabi’s digital marketing functions alongside your WordPress blog
  • You can also integrate Kajabi and WordPress to gradually transition from the latter
Kajabi WordPress Integration


To combine these two platforms, you need a Kajabi account and an existing WordPress website.

Why Would You Want to Integrate Kajabi and WordPress?

Kajabi is excellent at marketing and sales, especially for digital products. It is easy to create striking, effective advertising, and compelling emails. 

In comparison, WordPress is probably the best blogging tool out there.

Create the ultimate online business by combining the strengths of Kajabi and WordPress.

Alternatively, you might want to choose a WordPress-based LMS.

Migrate from WordPress to Kajabi

WordPress is one of the world’s most popular website building tools. Developers, bloggers, and creatives use it on more than 30% of the entire web. 

Integrating your WordPress site with Kajabi will give you the flexibility of WordPress combined with the marketing, customer communications, and automation strengths of Kajabi.

This integration will allow you to preserve all WordPress functionality while syncing with Kajabi. Integrating the two gives you the best of both worlds.

Automatically Add Users

When a new subscriber or user joins your WordPress site, Kajabi can automatically add them to your contact list. 

This feature will give you peace of mind that no users will slip through the cracks of a time-consuming manual copy and paste process. 

You can use the contact list on Kajabi to enhance your existing WordPress site’s electronic marketing performance.  

Kajabi WordPress Integration Actions

How to Integrate Kajabi and WordPress?

There are many methods for integrating Kajabi and WordPress. 

Our team of experts has examined a variety of these methods and determined that the best method depends on the complexity of your needs.

Zapier and Stargate365 are excellent choices for basic, quick workflows. Our favorite for more complex systems is Automate.io.



Zapier is a “zero-code” system, meaning you don’t have to write code or be a developer. It connects different web applications to allow the easy and reliable transfer of information between them.

You can use it to set up predefined triggers on either your WordPress or Kajabi accounts. These triggers result in specific actions.

The Zapier website includes accurate and informative “how-to” tutorials.

Kajabi Zapier


Stargate365 is a similar integration facility as Zapier.

Their similarly “zero-code” drag-and-drop interface makes it easy for non-developers to set up triggers and actions.

A test feature allows you to experiment and assess each action. You can also switch a workflow on or off after creation.


Automate.io also works on the trigger-action principle.

Set up basic trigger and action workflows or create more complex, multi-application integrations.

You can add delays, conditional logic, format data, and much more. 

Kajabi Automate.io WordPress

Bottom Line

Integrating Kajabi and WordPress gives your business access to an array of powerful tools. 

Our three favorite integration services, listed in the article, make this process quick and simple.

Through these integration services, you can easily generate automated actions and sequences.

This lets you make the most of your existing WordPress website while starting to use Kajabi’s phenomenal digital sales and marketing capabilities.

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  • Samuel Fletcher

    Samuel Fletcher is a entrepreneur with over 15 years in online course development. With an in-depth understanding of online course platforms, including Kajabi, Thinkific, LearnWorlds, and more, he has not only created courses on these platforms but has also assisted others in their course creation journeys. Beyond his hands-on experience, Sam is a passionate blogger, online business mentor, and a proactive contributor to community initiatives. His commitment to excellence and belief in dedication, perseverance, and unwavering commitment drives his success. Recognizing the gap in unbiased, quality information about online course platforms, he co-founded SupplyGem. In addition to his leadership role, Samuel serves as a Technical Writer at SupplyGem, sharing his expertise with a broader audience. Moreover, he's an active member of professional associations such as the Association for Talent Development (ATD), The Learning Guild, and others, underlining his dedication to continuous learning and industry advancement.

  • Dr. Angelia Cline, Ed.D.

    Dr. Angelia Cline, Ed.D., has over 20 years of extensive editing expertise and a commendable academic foundation from William Carey University. Besides her position as a Chief Editor for SupplyGem, she is also an Instructional Designer. Dr. Cline manages the Learning Management System (LMS) for a large team, skillfully converting SME knowledge into engaging courses. With over 12 years of teaching experience, she has demonstrated her aptitude across various subjects and educational settings. At William Carey University, Dr. Cline achieved an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, a Master’s in Teaching of the Gifted and Talented, and another in English Language and Literature. She also secured her BA in English from The University of Southern Mississippi. Her proficiencies range from research and differentiated instruction to educational leadership.

2 Responses

  1. Sam – I have literally put this off for years because I’m so uncertain how to proceed, but I think I would like to move my WordPress website – which is about 10 years old – over to Kajabi, the platform I use to host/sell my courses and live online cooking classes. Even though I’ve not been active on my WP site for some time, I still get traffic there and don’t want to lose it. Do you consult on this topic? Provide any hands on help? Or can you point me toward someone who might? Much appreciated, thanks. Ken Haedrich (dean of The Pie Academy)

    1. Hi Ken, it depends on what you would like to achieve. You could keep your WordPress website as is and advertise your courses on it by redirecting interested visitors to your Kajabi website. You could also collect emails on your WordPress website and add them as contacts in your Kajabi website. You could also redirect your domain so all visitors are transferred to your Kajabi website. You might be able to find help on https://experts.kajabi.com.

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