I use Kajabi because it’s an all-in-one platform. This means I don’t need to use a separate payment gateway or checkout software (which would then require fiddly connections), or even a separate email provider, deadline or webinar software… So even though it’s on the costly side (plans start at $99 USD a month) it includes email, membership and client management, deadlines on checkouts, really functional checkouts (linked to Stripe or Paypal) webinar hosting, courses, coaching and even podcast hosting, so you save on having to buy those pieces separately. Unlike Teachable, which has login issues, if my students lose their password, they can simply reset & login straight away, I never need to do anything. This was important to me because I know when you do an online program, you can’t be waiting around for someone on the other side of the planet to ‘let you in’! Also, it’s really simple to create an attractive new product or course on Kajabi. It doubles as a customer management system and a content management system and you can even use it as your website and for sales pages and blogs. I don’t, but i could, if i wanted to!