I use Kajabi to host my online course (adniam-academy.com). The guys at Kajabi have thought of everything...literally everything and if there is something they don’t have, they are thinking about it or are in the process of building it. Apart from the how and what of the platform, I was really sold on the “soul” of the company and what they are about. Kenny and Travis, the founders of the company come across as genuinely caring and deeply committed to what they do. And they regularly post stories of real people - busy stay-at-home mums, artists, photographers, coaches and many more who are making a living sharing their knowledge and passion. It is worth having a look even if you have no immediate plans of building an e-course, you’ll be inspired! If you want to save some dough (15%), this is the link for you.
Piktochart, I have recently discovered, was (still is) based in Penang. If you need to create infographics and make otherwise very ordinary information stand out, this one is for you. I have used Piktochart for client projects e.g. turning survey findings in spread sheets into visual info. If you don’t want to be limited to excel charts and don’t have specific design software or skills, Piktochart is a low-fi solution that helps you create beautiful documents quickly. If you love your visuals, you won’t be disappointed. https://piktochart.com/