A lot of people were disappointed by the launch of Kajabi last week.
After the exceptionally promising videos from Andy Jenkins, the software itself underdelivered, at least in its present form. Based on pretty much all the feedback I received from my blog readers, more beta testing and tweaking of Kajabi would have been a good idea before going public.
I haven’t given up on Andy and his team fixing the problems given enough time, but if you pinned your hopes on Kajabi and were turned off by the failure of it to deliver, then I have some good news.
There are plenty of alternative options out there to market and host your information products and one of the best options is a relatively new player called FusionHQ. I think it’s a contender, and we are about to find out what it can do.
The big selling point of FusionHQ is everything is 1-click, or at least point and click, drag and drop easy. It’s also externally hosted, which unlike Kajabi means you are in control of your content on your own servers.
I haven’t had a chance to play with FusionHQ properly yet besides watch a few help videos to see how it works. So far the best feature seems to be the simplicity of setting up sales funnels, which generate your squeeze page, sales page, upsell/downsell pages, etc, for you.
Gideon Shalwick and I are hosting a live webinar with Leon Jay, the founder of FushionHQ.
The webinar is going to be both a demonstration of what FusionHQ can do, and why you should use certain marketing elements in your sales funnel to maximize conversion.
You can register here –
You are going to hear marketing advice from a guy who has done million dollar launches (Leon is not just a software guy, he’s done some pretty big product launches and hosted live events) and a peek inside to see what FusionHQ can do.
Leon has invested thousands of dollars to create FusionHQ, which was made to meet his needs as an internet marketer. So once again we have the promise of a platform made by a marketer for marketers.
Will it deliver what we want?
I don’t know, but that’s why we are doing this webinar. I’m just as eager to learn about FusionHQ as you are because it could be the platform I use for my next training course launch.
The Webinar is on Wednesday 27th October at 9pm EDT and has limited capacity, so make sure you register to reserve your spot at the following link –
You can watch this little teaser video for an intro to what FusionHQ can do (make sure you register for the webinar to really see it in action as we go through it live!) –
I’ll see you on the webinar!
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