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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by fly so high, May 22, 2017.

  1. fly so high

    fly so high BANNED BANNED

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    hi there, not sure if I posted this in the right section but I am really new to this forum.

    In the near future, I want to sell ebooks and online courses on my website. I only can't figure it out how. I've searched a lot online. And came across sites like teachable.com but nothing that allows to sell the courses on the website itself. I use wordpress and I want it to be as on Kinobody (not my website and I am not associated with it in any way.) to be able to sell courses on the website. Is there a certain plugin for it? I'm really clueless.
     
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    Just install woocommerce plugin if you want to integrate a webshop into your wp site.
     
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    For online courses, I've used WP Courseware, but there is also Sensei and Learndash which are both popular. You can also use a drip plugin like Restrict Content Pro (my choice), or I think Paid Memberships Pro (free) has the drip feature as well.

    For eBooks you can use Easy Digital Downloads for free (my choice) or WooCommerce (also free, but a bit more clunky for digital products. If you plan to sell many eBooks on one site, then I'd consider WooCommerce as Easy Digital Downloads gets a bit unwieldy with multiple products as they don't have a dedicated store-like setup. Selling multiple eBooks turns into a bunch of buttons on the page, and it's just a lot harder to make look good.

    TL;DR

    Online Course:
    • WP Courseware (my choice)
    • Sensei
    • Learn Dash
    Content Dripping:
    • Restrict Content Pro (my choice)
    • Paid Memberships Pro (I'm pretty sure supports dripping content)
    eBooks:
    • Easy Digital Downloads (my choice for selling single products)
    • WooCommerce (If you are selling multiple products and need a store-like feel)
     
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