The Stripe payment processor has some romance behind it. Not only does it have big-name clients like Lyft, Target, and Warby Parker, but the impressive team of co-founders certainly brings a bit of glamour into the equation. In this Stripe review, we'll uncover if Stripe is all it's cracked up to be.
To make an online course, you need the right tools. This means video screen capture software, a potential camera, tripod, audio equipment, and the right editing tools. You also need the right program for selling your online course, and there are plenty of options to choose from. Thinkific is one of them, so in this Thinkific review, we'll discuss the features that make it stand out.
If you've thought of buying or selling an online course at some point, Udemy has most likely come across your radar. It's by far the most popular place to purchase online courses, and the quality is usually pretty respectable. What's more is that as a consumer, you can check ratings and reviews to filter out the junk.
I have reviewed all sorts of e-commerce systems on this site, and a majority of it has to do with Shopify. Due to that, we've crossed paths with the ReferralCandy app quite a few times.
The reason for this is because ReferralCandy offers customer referral program tools for e-commerce sites, and it integrates seamlessly with a wonderful Shopify app. So, Shopify users are blessed with such a high-quality referral app.
But what about every other platform?
It seems like the internet is filled with an endless supply of online course building tools. That's not a bad thing, but it's tough to sift through the madness. Kajabi is a new one we've stumbled upon, with an interesting name and some incredible marketing tools as well.
If you're thinking about selling memberships, digital downloads, or online courses, several options are available for you. One of them has come across my radar called Podia. It's a system meant only for constructing a site in one of those three categories–which is pretty cool considering you can cut out the rest of the clutter of e-commerce. In this Podia review, we'll outline the best features, along with areas like pricing, templates, and marketing.
If you've used WordPress for e-commerce, you've probably heard of WooCommerce. It's the crown jewel of the e-commerce world and considered one of the best plugins for WordPress.
Not only does WooCommerce boast a large collection of features in a compact WordPress plugin, but it's completely free. In this WooCommerce review, I'll outline some of the best tools inside WooCommerce along with some information on how much you'll actually be spending when you install the e-commerce plugin.
When it comes to finding a project management software for your online store, it's not easy to choose one that's highly customizable, affordable, and so visually brilliant.
I often get confused when a software boasts many functions but find it quite hard to use.
However, Wrike has taken a different approach.