Learnworlds vs Teachable
Is Learnworlds Better than Teachable? (2023 updated)
You’ve heard of these two platforms in the world of online courses, but is Learnworlds better than Teachable? Let’s find out.
Learnworlds vs Teachable: The judgement criteria
Is it really a community?
MOOC platforms like Teachable don’t have a lot of community building features. They’re primarily geared towards hosting online courses for learners. Users can download content, receive certificates and attend private courses. But they can’t interact and share content with each other. This means you won’t be able to build engagement and recall around your brand.
LearnWorlds is a bit better off in terms of giving you options to build a community. It enables direct messaging and communication between learners through a community inbox. You can also conduct group discussions, and choose who has access to them. Like Teachable, LearnWorlds also provides certifications and downloadable content.
Can you build YOUR brand?
Both Teachable and LearnWorlds allow you to create your own website or domain and connect it to your online training course. You can choose how branded you want your website to be – from taking out the platform logo to adding your own branding elements. However, Teachable’s branding is retained at the sign-up, checkout and landing pages.
With LearnWorlds, you have the option of removing most of the brand mentions and logos from your website. You’ll still be able to see it in the admin dashboard, but your members won’t. LearnWorlds also provides white label options for email notifications and social media logins.
Do you go live?
Teachable doesn’t let you conduct live online classes. Instead, you’ll have to upload pre-recorded lectures, content bundles or training courses and productize them. This means you won’t be able to conduct Q&A sessions or team activities to promote engagement among learners.
However, with LearnWorlds you get the option to conduct live classes with your students. It also has an option for Zoom integration. This two-way communication between learners and trainers can lead to engaged learning and more interaction between your members.
In-depth comparison (with our own tool)
How does Scenes stack up against Learnworlds & Teachable?
3 key differences that make Scenes the perfect Learnworlds and Teachable alternative
Finally, a platform to replace them all
If you think about teaching online as a serious business, you'll find yourself tying together multiple tools (alongside Learnworlds & Kajabi).
This is hassle-some, both for you as well as your students. With Scenes, do it all in one place.
Engaged students lead to more $$$
Lectures alone (be it pre-recorded or live) will lead to your students dropping off faster than you can imagine.
Lectures + Social Engagement is what will keep your students hooked. Scenes lets you add a college-like social experience to your online academy.
The result : 5x retention + 50% more likely to spend on other offerings by you.
All the most addictive apps and games out there give you points when you take action. Humans are incredibly motivated by gamification.
Scenes has in-built systems for points and leaderboards that give your users a 10x addictive social experience.
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With Scenes, you get...
- White labeled mobile & web app
- Schedule and host live classes
- Split members into cohorts
- In-depth analytics
- Points system & rewards
- Group Chat
- Direct messaging
- Audio chatrooms
The difference is in our DNA
We're content creators, teachers AND community builders.
And, we know how everything ties together to make a business.
We've been teaching online since 2018. We ran one of the world's largest educational communities from 2019-2021 and scaled to $500,000 revenue by selling cohort-based courses. We kept hopping from one software to another because the experience of actually using all available software is bad.
This led us to build Scenes - an all-in-one platform to run your courses, cohorts, webinars, events, voice chat rooms, etc. - on mobile & web (100% white-labeled).