What Is Kajabi?

You already know why you need your own product. The problem is the execution. Anyone of us can write an eBook or do a video, but what about all the tech that powers the entire system? To launch Blog Profit Camp, I used five different pieces of software and my admin had the unpleasant job of trying to make them all work together. Let me tell you, it wasn’t easy! However, thanks to my friend Andy Jenkins, I’ll be relaunching Blog Profit Camp with Kajabi.

What The Hell is Kajabi?

If you’ve paid attention to some of 2010’s biggest launches (List Control, Video Boss, Product Launch Formula 3.0, Outsource Force), you probably noticed one thing they had in common. All had a little link at the bottom that said “Powered By Kajabi” and until now, not too many people knew what that was about. Today, we finally have the answer.

It’s apparently already changed the way John Reese, Andy Jenkins, Frank Kern, Trey Smith, and Jeff Walker marketed their biggest products this year. I think it’s going to change the way EVERYONE markets online very soon. And after you watch this video, it’ll probably make a convert out of you too. I can’t wait until Andy makes this available so I can put Blog Profit camp on it.

No opt in is required so go check it out now and tell me what you think.

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25 thoughts on “What Is Kajabi?”

  1. d3so says:

    This is something that I actually might buy.
    You have to go through the whole video though which is a pain.

    1. Abhik says:

      Just gone through the whole video. What I noticed that it’s a combination of a CMS (read wordpress and some bunch of paid plugins) and a forum (read bbpress).

  2. Typhoon says:

    I was just amazed looking at Kajabi yesterday when I was on launchboards. It really looks a great service if you are releasing a quality product and you want everything as perfect as possible and on complete automation.

    Really a great thing..

    1. d3so says:

      Yeah, it’s like a complete package if you’re going to launch a product or service.

  3. George says:

    The platform looks amazing, looks similar to JVpress.

  4. I’m thinking of picking this up also, let do a little research to see what other people have to say.

    “TrafficColeman “Signing Off”

  5. Abhik says:

    So, it’s basically a CMS script with some extra features like squeeze pages?

    John, what are you using in blogprofitcamp? GoodKarma List Machine?
    (Well, it looks like you are)

    1. John Chow says:

      I use Aweber, aMember, VB, GoToMeeting, iDevAffiliate, WordPress and List machine.

      1. Abhik says:

        Oh man!!
        That’s a huge list. I must say, synchronizing them together is a very very tough job.

        Do you think Kajabi has the potential to replace your BPC setup all alone?

        1. d3so says:

          Yeah it’s a huge list but when you think about it, it isn’t that hard to set up or manage.

          1. Abhik says:

            Setting them up and managing separately isn’t hard. But synchronizing them (or make them work together) by sharing the database is a tough job.

        2. John Chow says:

          Yes Kajabi can take over the entire process.

          1. Hey John,

            For you it’s a no brainer. You are launching products and will be doing so even more I think.

            For people who are launching new products and intend to do so in the future Kajabi is the answer.

  6. Essays says:

    It is CMS with some extra automation techniques which are new in the market. I see, how new launches are powered by iKajbi.

  7. Lakhyajyoti says:

    Great looking platform.

  8. d3so says:

    Any news on how much it is. I never got to watching the video. I HATE releases that require you to watch the whole video in order to make a purchase.
    I swear, it probably decreases sales by at least 50%

    1. Video is a way better than text though isn’t it? At least that’s what you seem to have said before.

      I know it’s very tempting to know the price right away but knowing what it does can be more important.

    2. Brian says:

      You don’t need to watch the whole video… just skip ahead.

  9. Sounds like an interesting concept. I’ll have to look into it when I have time to watch the video.

  10. Tom Weyers says:

    Kajabi looks great! I used Aweber, wordpress, memberwing and intrepidity theme, it’s nowhere near perfect, and I have to add loads of other plugins, like a custom welcome email editor, register plus, backend user restrictor and more.

    Kajabi looks like a good system, and seems easy to set up. setting up that wordpress system is a lot of work.

    Oh, by the way, the kajabi website does not render properly on my iPhone, I assume their site is built on the kajabi platform. This could be a problem, if a site does not navigate properly it could really put the user off.

    Tom Weyers

  11. Cassidy says:

    Seems like a copy of Traindom (http://traindom.com), only comes with a cool video

  12. Kajabi says:

    It’s one killer platform that I’ve tested for my own product launches. It makes it really easy, like WordPress, to deploy marketing campaigns.

  13. John Landers says:

    Kajabi looks great, but sounds just like FusionHQ (they even use the same music in their video as Fusion, who have been around for a while already).

    I think Kajabi have a nice looking product, but I suspect their marketing is better than the actual thing.

    A friend of mine has had access to Kajabi and found it much harder to use than they claim in the vids.

    It also worries me you should be locked in to their hosting (cancel and you lose your site). At $99 for just 1 site it appears a bit expensive. (FusionHQ was charging $97 for unlimited sites, and they already have the affiliate system, autorepsonder and 1 click split testing that Kajabi claim are ‘coming’.

    Have bought Andy Jekins stuff before and always end up disapointed. He is an awesome marketer but average product creator at best.

    Hope he proves me wrong on this one…

  14. Onuora says:

    Buyers beware! I signed up for the 2 week trial and I am having a devil of a time cancelling. I have sent in 2 trouble tickets and am waiting to hear back.

    The problem is when you go to the account menu to cancel, the link doesn’t work.

    I don’t think it’s a scam but I definitely dont think it’s ready yet. I have been underwhelmed with the features and functionality and in addition, I didnt see that many templates (just one) to use for building your site.

    I’ll update this if (when) I get my cancellation confirmation.

    Great marketing for the product though.

    1. Jeremy says:

      Yes, I agree with Onuora. I clicked on the link to sign up for the 14 day free trial, and charged my card anyway. Have submitted a couple of support tickets to question it and no one has responded yet.

      Trying today to make a site, and there are very limited options. Yes, you can probably get a site up and running, with a domain like a free wordpress site, but it really is in its infancy at the moment.

      I’d be giving it a few months to work out its teething problems and get all their features fully functioning.

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