Is Kajabi the end of WordPress?

I think you all know that I’m a big fan of wordpress. Quite simply, I’ve never found anything better for attracting traffic over the internet and publishing my content.

Then 3 months ago I started beta testing Kajabi, this is a premium content delivery platform from Internet Guru Andy Jenkins and I’ve now become a fan. Not only does it deliver the content, but it also stimulates audience interaction and takes the payment. It’s a complete information marketing system in a box.

Well it’s not out yet, but you can download a Kajabi internet marketing report at:

Better still, there’s no optin or any other hurdle. It seems that Andy Jenkins has got so many leads on his list, he just doesn’t need any more.

Incidentally, don’t panic, it’s not a substitute for WordPress. When it come to traffic generation – WordPress is still K I N G ! … But it’s a great augmentation for delivering your content to your WordPress customers.

Hopefully the software will be out soon!

5 thoughts on “Is Kajabi the end of WordPress?

  1. Peter Stevens

    Hi Raglan

    I took a look at the Kajabi video, the product looks great. One thing I am slightly confused about is whether its a completely stand along product (i.e. I have a Kajabi site) or whether it can integrate with an existing site and act as a sales funnel and delivery system as part of an existing site.

    Any clarification greatly appreciated.

    1. raglan Post author

      I would still use WordPress to attract the search engine traffic and to build your list. When you’ve got a decent size list you can then squirt the list at Kajabi that will then do all the pipeline management and deliver your information product to customers. Therefore you’ve got:

      Traffic + WordPress + Kajabi = Happy Customers and profits

      Anyway, check out what we’re talking about at:

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