Learnworlds has different pricing plans available. There are options to suit everyone from beginner course creators, all the way up to those who are looking to make their own online school. But they don’t make it very easy to see what features and limitations are included in each plan.
What are Learnworlds’ pricing plans? Learnworlds has three main pricing plans available. These include Starter plan at $24 per month, a Pro Trainer Plan at $79 per month, and a Learning Center plan at $249 per month. Each level up adds a diverse mix of additional tools and features.
In this article, I’ll go over the different pricing plans that Learnworlds offers. In my opinion, the Pro Trainer plan will probably offer the best value for money.
However, by the end you’ll see what features each plan has to offer, and be in a better position to determine which one is right for you.
There are some standard features and powerful built-in tools that you can expect from Learnworlds, regardless of which pricing plan you choose.
All plans will allow you to create an unlimited number of courses and to have an unlimited number of students enroll in them.
There’s also no limit on how many videos and other files in terms of storage or bandwidth usage.
On any pricing plan you’ll get the branding and theme editor. The page builder includes more than 400 great templates that you can start with, and you can customize fonts and many other details.
All Learnworlds plans will help with growing your audience by providing lead pages, an automated newspaper, and conversion tracking. You can use bundles, upsells, and coupons to further grow your sales.
A powerful assessment engine allows you to offer quizzes, exams, and assignments no matter what plan you’re on as well.
Lastly, all plans will let you take advantage of Learnworlds’ built-in social network. In my opinion, this is really one of the features that really sets the platform apart, so I’m glad that it’s available on all plans.
You can use this community to create group learning and networking between your students.
The Starter plan is quite affordable at only $24 per month. However, one downside is that you’ll also be charged an additional flat $5 fee per course sale when at this plan level.
That can quickly add up, and if you’re selling a dozen or more courses per month, it’s more cost-effective to upgrade to the next plan.
But when you’re just getting started, this plan can be everything that you need as a newbie course creator.
You get one admin account and a custom domain. Plus you can offer an unlimited number of paid courses.
One limitation of the Starter plan is in terms of the page builder. You’re only able to create a home page, course catalog, and after login page.
You can’t unlock the complete website builder with blog without upgrading to the next plan.
You’ll get access to some (but not all) of the third-party integrations that Learnworlds offers.
Some basic integrations you’ll get access to on the Starter plan include Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Facebook Pixel, SumoMe, ZenDesk, Olark, Tawk to, Freshdesk Chat, Mailchimp, and Fomo.
This plan costs $79 per month. However, it also removes all transaction fees on your course sales that would be charged on the Starter plan. So the higher monthly price can quickly pay for itself.
On the Pro Trainer plan you’re able to have up to 5 admin or instructor accounts, so you can give access to the back-end and allow others to help work on your courses.
At this level you can create an unlimited number of landing pages, and you can now have an unlimited number of courses (including free ones.)
Your options in terms of pricing and what you can offer customers expands a lot as well.
You can now create memberships and subscriptions, as well as take installments instead of just one-time payments. Plus the checkout page is customizable.
This plan lets you create question banks for your quizzes and exams, and also allows you to offer a custom certificate for students upon course completion.
In terms of customer service, on the Pro plan you get 24/7 priority email support, instead of the 24/5 email support that the Starter plan offers. You’ll also receive an onboarding call to help you get set up.
On the Learnworlds website, they state that their most expensive plan is their most popular one. However, I feel like the Pro Trainer plan is the most likely to give you the best value for money.
For most online course sellers, I think the Starter plan will be too restrictive. Features like quizzes and affiliate management are core to having a successful online course in my opinion.
However, you might not need the full extent of the Learning Center plan’s options that I will outline below. So I think the Pro Trainer plan is right in the sweet spot for most course creators.
This plan really takes things to the next level, and will basically enable you to create your own entire online school. That comes with a higher price tag though, and it will cost you $249 per month.
The Learning Center plan increases the number of admins or instructors that you can have to 20.
It unlocks access to advanced affiliate management features.
In terms of integrations, on the Learning Center plan you can use API and webhooks to integrate pretty much anything you may need.
One feature that is only available starting at the Learning Center plan that I wish was included on the Pro Trainer plan is full white-label options.
I feel like it shouldn’t take until the $249 per month pricing tier before you’re able to remove Learnworlds branding from your school.
You can also add hotspots, questions, titles, images, and other elements on top of your video from right inside of Learnworlds.
This isn’t just a great way to boost student engagement and make your videos more accessible to navigate.
But it can potentially also save you a ton of time when it comes to time-consuming editing and video post-production.
For the very largest of online course sellers and corporate customers, Learnworlds does have other pricing available. However, to get specifics you’ll need to contact them and book a demo.
There are also premium support options available, including a dedicated account manager. More flexible invoicing options may also be available.
Learnworlds isn’t the easiest platform when it comes to comparing the different plans that they have available.
On the one hand, it’s pretty intuitive that the Starter plan is good if you’re just getting started, the Pro Trainer plan is their most popular plan for established sellers, and the Learning Center plan is great for creating online schools.
However, there’s more to it than that.
There are some limits on each plan that can be harder to find details on. Like how many landing pages you can make, or what page builder features will be available at each pricing tier.
But after reading this article, you hopefully have a better idea of what pricing plans Learnworlds has available, and which one may best suit your business needs.
If you’re wanting to see what other options are out there for selling your online course, then check out my comparison articles:
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