People ask us one question over and over: What is a digital product? And why should an entrepreneur focus on digital products instead of just their physical counterparts?
We live in an increasingly diverse marketplace. People are earning money from a variety of endeavors, whether they hang out a shingle online or start a brick-and-mortar business.
Maybe we’re biased given our industry, but we believe that digital products offer the easiest and least expensive point of entry for any aspiring entrepreneur. Our Knowledge Commerce customers — entrepreneurs who earn great money teaching what they know — prove our hypothesis.
However, building a list is only part of the battle. Next, you have to write sales emails which will convince readers to respond.
You’ve probably deleted your fair share of email over the years. Maybe you recognize the sender, but the subject line doesn’t grab you or the content turns you off.
We all need a little inspiration from time to time. It’s like when you want to revamp your living room, so you spend six hours scrolling through lifestyle boards on Pinterest.
The same benefits can arise from getting a peek at chatbot examples. Maybe you already know that your Knowledge Commerce business needs a chatbot, but you’re not sure how to implement one successfully.
We’ve been talking about chatbots and Facebook Messenger a lot lately on the Kajabi blog and there’s a good reason...
As more and more people turn to online courses to package and sell their knowledge, monetize their passions, or to launch the business of their dreams...the number of online course platforms has risen year after year.
Do you have a passion for teaching someone how to do yoga? Maybe you want to teach guitar lessons or help others better understand how to start their own business.
Whatever it may be, you need a platform to create your course and get it out to your audience. Knowing this, how do you know which platform is right for you?
You might be feeling overwhelmed or unsure if you can actually do this, so we’re here to give you the best information so you can choose which one is right for you and your business.
These days, every business is competing for market share. While product quality and branding are undeniably part of amassing market share, customer service matters more than just about anything else.
Maybe you’ve interacted with a business that disappointed you in the past. It could have been a restaurant, an HVAC company, a retail store, or an online service.
Did you decide to never patronize that business again? You wouldn’t be alone. Many consumers stop spending their money at establishments that offer poor customer service.