If you have been looking to get into the online teaching business, you would certainly have come across Teachable. Not only this, many of you would have tried it as well. While it has a reputation for being one of the best platforms to host your course on, there are so many competitors in the market now that a re-assessment of your options is necessary.
While this is a decent article for folks looking to turn their passion into profit, I’d change up the recommended alternatives to the Teachable platform by swapping IN the services below. (the author above recommends Skillshare, Udemy and Thinkific as Teachable alternatives, but only Thinkific is really a Teachable competitor – Udemy and Skillshare are course marketplaces where you are only ONE of hundreds, or thousands of authors)
Podia.com is a better Teachable. (more options, membership features, better looking and a better price)
Gumroad is a great little alternative to Teachable as well. (less pricey, better back end but doesn’t do video courses as well)
Pathwright is a great choice as well, although it’s the most expensive option of the bunch. (pathwright has leaner and cleaner courses, is “path” focused for enhanced learner experiences, but can get pretty expensive, pretty quickly due to their pricing model)
The best option for folks looking to build a brand around online courses? Podia.com is our choice. We use it for our content, courses and community, and so too should you!