Your trainees will need to first produce a brand-new account over left wing. Here’s what it appears like: So there’s my dummy course called ‘New Course’ so we can see what this looks like – Deals April. Students will enter their info and then click ‘sign up’. After doing that, the page changes slightly to this: Considering that my account is hooked up to PayPal, students can evaluate their cart and click on ‘take a look at with PayPal’ where they’ll be required to their PayPal login or pay page.
You can add more material, but I don’t see anyway to not have the double column design. You can include some testimonials or benefits to your checkout page, but they will appear listed below this checkout box. If they have to have 2 pages, it would be nice if students could pay first and then produce their account second.
With Thinkific, the upsells take place on the course sales page which is not what I ‘d think about an upsell. It’s not what I was expecting. With Thinkific you can add-in an upsell on the thank-you page, but it will not be a 1-click upsell and you will need to set all of it up (they don’t offer upsells on the thank you page as a feature) (Deals April).
If you require something more than a basic test to check if your students are understanding the product covered in each module, or perhaps an easy assessment at the end, then Thinkific tests might not be enough for you – Deals April. One nice function with Thinkific is that you can develop a big question pool and define the variety of questions that will be used in each quiz effort.
Here’s a screenshot of the current rates at the time of this writing. As you can see Thinkific offers a Free plan. That’s what I experimented with for my complimentary course. You can do a great deal of things with that Free plan and there are no deal charges. The next plan up is the Fundamental plan which is $49 a month (Deals April).
The next strategy is the Pro strategy. This one is $99 a month. You’ll get completion certificates, the ability to include private or concealed courses, requirement lessons, 2 course admin accounts, 5 course admin account, advanced HTML/CSS modifying, advanced course pricing, and memberships/bundles. This is an add-on when you’re at the Pro strategy phase. Deals April.