The Best Podia Website Examples for Inspiration (2022 Guide)

Podia Website Examples

The Best Podia Website Examples for Inspiration (2022 Guide)

Podia Website Examples
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Published by Today Testing Team

Last Updated on September 20, 2022 by Hanah Alexander

Podia is well known as one of the best platforms for selling online courses and digital products. But it’s also a website builder, and hundreds of its users are taking advantage of this feature to create professional, clean-looking, highly-converting websites.

This article looks at a few Podia website examples that we think are stunning. These businesses profess to see benefits such as easy designing, time-saving, and business growth.

Let’s dive in.

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Piano Party

Piano party is a simple website, yet it is quite effective at getting people to stop and take notice. The site offers interactive piano lessons.

Videos of piano sessions feature prominently on the main page, as does the pricing structure for the lessons.

The website owner wanted simplicity, and he got it in Podia. With a minimalist black-and-white theme and just two pages, this site is an example of Podia’s simplicity.

The $10k Institute

The $10k Institute

The $10K institute opted for Podia because they wanted to offer a great learning experience to their students, and they could deliver this experience through Podia’s teaching tools. The website’s one-page design comprises sections containing text content, images, testimonials, a sign-up form, and call-to-action buttons.

The appearance of $10k institute’s website has also been tastefully customized with a mix of colors that are easy on the eye and speak volumes about the brand’s professionalism.

But this website isn’t just all looks; according to the owner, he has been able to grow sales thanks to Podia.

Advocacy Alley

Advocacy Alley

Advocacy Alley has a cheery appearance, thanks to its combination of background color, whimsical fonts in the hero section, and high-resolution images.

The site is clutter-free and showcases products in well-organized columns.

However, although the home page is simple, the site houses a lot more content, which you can link to by clicking on any of the call-to-action buttons.

In addition, there is a community section through which members can access the site’s premium content.

Jessica, Advocacy Alley’s owner, scoured the market for a platform to host her course.

Since launching her course, her business has grown, expanding into coaching, blogging, and selling products.

Truesourdough.com

Truesourdough.com

This Podia site might be a good place to start if you want to master how to make baked products with sourdough.

Like other Podia sites, this website began with a search for simplicity. Aysha, the owner of Path to Sourdough Mastery, just wanted a platform to launch her course and serve her community without having to endure all the technical headaches involved in website creation.

The website, a one-page sales page for Aysha’s course Path to Sourdough Mastery, is impressive and contains all the conversion elements necessary to make a sale.

The course is prominently placed at the top of the page, clearly explaining the benefit of enrolling. In addition to more text and image content regarding the course, the sales page also has an FAQ section, a risk-free guarantee, testimonials, and a sign-up form.

Sketchnote Academy

Sketchnote Academy uses color contrast to create a bold-looking, professional, yet attractive website.

Emily Mills, the site’s owner, hosted her course on a different platform but decided to switch to Podia to improve her experience and the experience of her customers.

Sketchnote Academy is a multi-page website with four pages.

The first page introduces the academy, instructor, and training, all organized in separate sections. Call-to-action buttons stand out clearly in every section and subsection. The page also has a sign-in form right below the testimonials section. Social media buttons are also found at the bottom of the page and immediately after the hero section.

The view offerings page is a storefront with dozens of products ranging from webinars, coaching, eBooks, and courses. Clicking on an individual product takes you to the product’s landing page and checkout page.

The community page contains a video introduction. Members can join for free, and upon joining, they access a free product from the founder.

The tools page is a sort of lead-capture page. Interestingly, the tools page also opens up other tabs.

This website is robust and has a detailed structure, which points to one of the key strengths of Podia: its ability to host different types of websites across any niche.

Billet to Blade

Billet to Blade

Blacksmithing has been an art that only the best-trained hands have had the privilege to practice throughout the ages. Unfortunately, with advances in technology, mass manufacturing has replaced individual artisans, and where once you needed a blacksmith to fashion you a knife, a factory does that now.  

But thanks to Podia, the fine art of Blacksmithing will not be lost. Billet to Blade, a course created by Ben Abbott and launched on Podia, seeks to carry on the tradition of Blacksmithing by teaching individuals how to forge blades by hand.

Billettoblade.com is a simple but content-packed design, thanks to its focus on video content. The dark-themed website has little content, although this is expected since blade making is best taught by video.

This website has a store on a separate page, accessible through the ‘swag shop’ tab on the top menu.

A sign-up form and social media buttons are also found on billettoblade.com.

Big Mountain Studio

Big Mountain Studio

Mark Moeykens, the owner of Big Mountain studio, decided to create his website on Podia because he needed a tool that easily creates digital products and is also a perfect sales and marketing platform.

The business sells digital downloads and courses and offers a wealth of knowledge SwiftUI on its specialty subject.

The website overlooks aesthetics, focusing instead on message and functionality, which it has in plenty. The books are offered on one page of the website, with each book leading to its landing page and checkout page.

Its bundled courses are on a separate page, which is a great way to attract learners on a career path. It also has a blog page on which it posts updates on product releases and learning progress.

You So Rock

You So Rock

Podia is where people can tell their stories and help others through personal experience.

Joe Borges, a brain injury survivor and founder of You So Rock, uses Podia to have one-on-one interactions with people, guiding them through difficult moments in their lives. He (Joe Borges) uses chat as a communication channel, which he finds convenient because he can handle all his coaching without relying on another application.

The one-page website is well customized, with cheery colors that reflect its optimism and text and video content containing messages of encouragement. You So Rock also uses video testimonials, text plus image testimonials, call-to-action buttons, social media icons, and a sign-up form.

Meg Marie Photography

Meg Marie Photography

Meg McMillan created Meg Marie Photography to teach people the art of brand photography.  

As a new mom, she needed a platform that would allow her to make money doing what she loves without taking all of her time. She found what she was looking for in Podia and worked fewer hours but earned more.

Meg’s website starts with an introductory video at the top, then proceeds to a freebies section with free downloads and webinars, before proceeding to a short “about me” section, and finally, a section with her for-sale products.

The structure of her website builds trust through helpful information before presenting you with an offer. But that’s not all that makes this website convert; it also uses testimonials, price offers, and attractive landing pages.

Folyo

Folyo

Robert Williams created Folio to save the time agencies spend looking for clients, so it made sense for him to use Podia, with its time-saving features, to launch his business.  

Folio exists to solve one problem: the problem of lead generation for agencies. It leads with a solution to this problem on its website’s main page by inviting people to try its lead generation tool.

Although this website is sales-focused, it doesn’t come off as salesy at all. The landing page for its hero product, Agency Leads Pro, is well organized and focused on addressing customer pain points. It’s also choke full of testimonials from happy customers.

Final Words on Podia Website Examples

Creators use Podia to build stunning websites with ease. Podia websites are known to be highly converting. While the sites discussed here are just a small sample, they give you a picture of what you can achieve with Podia.

Podia offers an upgradeable free account when you are ready to sell. To get started, sign up, create your product, and upgrade when you are ready to launch.

Have more questions about Podia? Make sure to check out our full Podia review for an in-depth look at the platform.

What do you think of these Podia website examples? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

 

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