Kajabi Review – Beta Tester Reveals What’s Behind the Curtain

Every once in awhile a product comes along that is supposed to help bring Internet Marketing to the next level. Usually they are not worth the hype (or money).

We decided to do a full Kajabi review about the newest system design to take on this daunting task.  The internet platform is Andy Jenkin’s brainchild called “Kajabi.”

I first noticed the system during some product launches. Well, I should say “some” product launches because they were more like “THE” product launches.

Even before Kajabi hit the street and was available to the average person for their online business, the big boys were secretly testing it behind the scenes.

Frank Kern, Jeff Walker, Eben Pagan, and John Reese all used the system as part of their latest successful product launch plan.

I decided to get “hands-on” with the system as a beta tester. Here are some of my initial thoughts as both a user and administrator.

First off, it is clean. I mean really clean. Andy and his team have put together a system that the average user can follow. The system provides for video delivery as well as downloadable files – so you never have the “delivery” method as a barrier to get your message across.

It was a pleasure to go through a program from start to finish. The system comes with a complete integration funnel so the user is there from pre-launch to shopping cart to fulfillment.

Interacting with other users was easy. It is almost a Word Press type style of comments, questions, and answers.

I was surprised to find that “behind the curtain” was just as easy to use.

I was a bit pessimistic when I went behind the scenes to see what it took to build a site. I expected to see much of the system hard coded and difficult to modify. Again, the Kajabi team kicked ass.

The system was incredibly easy to use. Matter of fact, I built an entire demo site consisting of seven modules, 16 videos, and 5 pdf downloads in about 3 hours. I even had time to customize the colors and upload some custom icons.

The only drawback I found was that it can be a bit easy to get lost in the “comment” sections. It was great to see so much activity among users, but difficult to find a specific answer if I was searching for something – especially if someone decided to ramble on and on.

Overall, I just can’t say enough great things about using Kajabi as part of a successful product launch strategy. If you are looking for a marketing platform to deliver a variety of online products or membership sites, Kajabi should be at the top of your list. It not only lives up to the hype, it has set a new benchmark for Internet marketing software.

Kajabi is currently still in beta testing. It is anticipated it will become available for purchase shortly after the Jeff Walker Product Launch wraps up. If you want to keep up to date on all the Kajabi news, just enter your email below.

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