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Which Platform for Hosting Courses?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Dopp, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. Dopp

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    A friend of mine is planning to create a course and sell it online. He doesn't want to go to third party marketplaces like Udemy, etc. What are the options for him for self-hosting the courses? I found the following:

    Teachable - ClickMinded uses this
    Thinkific
    Zenler

    Are there any other ones that he should be looking at? Do you have any experience working with any of these?

    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks for letting me know.
     
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    if only 1 course title, wordpress with membership system like s2member can handle it..
    if more than 5 use use wordpress + plugin like coursepress, woocomerce or something like that...
    if i'm not wrong, kelbyone use wordpress + woocommerce + sensei plugin
     
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    Updates if you're interested:

    Gael Breton uses Membermouse and so does Tung Tran
    Pat Flynn and Tommy Griffith use Teachable

    Thanks again for the inputs.