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lifterLMS logoHello WordPress friends,

Today I’m excited to announce my new WordPress LMS plugin called lifter LMS.

I want to come right out and say I did not build it alone. I’m building it, and more importantly continuing to maintain and continuously improve it, with the talented team at codeBOX.

As you know, I’ve been in the WordPress learning management system space for quite some time. I’ve done a lot for myself and with my LMS clients predominantly with the Acadmey LMS theme. It’s a great theme with incredible support from the theme developer, Themex. WPLMS is also a great WordPress LMS theme as well. I’ve written about both WordPress LMS themes here.

Introducing the Next Generation of WordPress LMS Plugins … lifterLMS

I thought for a long time, like years, whether I would build a WordPress LMS theme or plugin ,,,

Then it dawned on me that that the WordPres plugin was the route to go and here’s why:

  • This WordPress LMS will work with any theme
  • You can use whatever you want for other plugins for additional functionality, and it won’t break anything
  • The term “theme” or “plugin” doesn’t really mean anything. It’s all PHP and other code when you get down to it. What’s important is that it works.

I think Learndash has it right by building a WordPress LMS plugin. So does WP Courseware and Woo Sensei. I absolutely love the Academy WordPress LMS theme, but I often get limited by it’s codebase because it’s a theme, and it can be harder to extend.

With so many great WordPress LMS options out there, I found peace it taking the plugin route because it could work for any WordPress website on any theme.

Think about it …

Maybe you want to add a learning management system to create a new product line or create education based marketing for your existing offers. A WordPress LMS plugin makes that decision not only easy, but quick in the couple clicks it takes to install a new plugin.

Introducing lifterLMS: The Feature Set

LMS eLearning Features

  • Easily create an unlimited number of online courses, modules, and lessons.
  • Easy to use course builder interface. Build better courses that engage students by organizing lessons in completable, trackable modules.
  • Intuitive course creation interface with drag and drop lesson capabilities for easy organization and updates.
  • Create video lessons, audio lessons, text-based lessons, downloadable lessons, or any combination
  • You can make your own lessons do whatever you want. If the material can go on a webpage, you can add it with lifterLMS.
  • Add any kind of supplementary download material to any lesson.
  • Create quizzes and tests with automatic or manual grading with per question validation.
  • Create and manage real assignments with download and upload capabilities that require manual grading or approval.
  • Automatically issue custom, printable certificates upon completion of course material based on passing grade or simply on completion of the course.
  • Add badges, achievements, and gamification to your WordPress LMS
  • Drip-feed your course content based on specific dates or days since sign up or user completion of courses or lessons.
  • Advanced prerequisite system built in so you can restrict forward progress based on completion of any course, lesson, or group of lessons.
  • Built-in e-learning analytics and reporting, including a WordPress dashboard widget. More analytics features coming soon…
  • Easily add your courses, lessons, or LMS category based content to any page with built in lifterLMS shortcodes.
  • Customizable student profile pages waiting for you.
  • Custom built-in group discussions area and private student to teacher (and vice versa) discussions. bbpress or other external forum software not required.
  • Google Hangouts integration to create blended learning experience options for your LMS needs.
  • Live events management for your blended learning requirements coming soon.
  • Easily add protected videos from Vimeo, Youtube, and Wistia. Self-hosted videos coming soon…
  • Easily add protected audio content from Soundcloud. Self-hosted audio coming soon…

Ecommerce Features

  • Built in shopping cart designed specifically to the needs of a WordPress LMS website. No third party shopping carts required. If you want to use WooCommerce, you still can.
  • Sell your courses for a one-time price or require subscription payments.
  • Track your sales and income with built in ecommerce analytics and reporting functionality.
  • Works with Paypal out of the box, including Paypal subscriptions. Stripe credit card processing integration coming soon…
  • State tax functionality built in
  • Custom couponing system for your promotional needs included.

Membership Site Features

  • Create unlimited membership levels to protect your content without third party solutions like Wishlist Member.
  • Cutting edge anonymous user data storage so you have the option for users to go through the system without signing up. This will still work even if a user leaves the website and comes back later. This also allows users to begin taking courses before signing up and sync up course progress when account is created.
  • Restrict memberships and access to course materials based on purchase of courses or certain bundles of content.
  • Restrict capabilities based on user role like having different access to parts of the site for teachers, teachers assistants, tutors, and students.
  • Intuitive admin interface for creating and managing membership levels and related restricted access controls.
  • Students will never have to log into WordPress. They will have custom personal profile pages.

Engagement Features

  • Easily set up personalized automated emails to go out based on user action or non action, similar to what’s possible with the Infusionsoft Campaign Builder.
  • Built in email system so you can send broadcast messages from teacher to students
  • Built in automated email system to send notifications to teachers and students.
  • Automated (SMS) text messaging from the LMS coming soon.
  • Reward students for course progress and completion through certificates, badges, gamification, and more …

lifterLMS General Features codeBOX Style

  • Works with any WordPress theme so you can customize the look and feel to your heart’s content and design preferences.
  • Mobile responsive, device agnostic design.
  • Responsive high level support direct from the team who created the WordPress LMS plugin. lifterLMS is created and supported by a talented team of WordPress web developers, web designers, LMS experts, and web marketers at codeBOX.

Welcome to lifterLMS

I’m looking forward to seeing you inside the lifterLMS community, lifterLMS users are a committed group of entrepreneurs, teachers, subject matter experts, and online marketers looking to generate more income and impact. Let’s change the world of online education together. lifterLMS is here for you as your tool to making and selling online courses all with your own WordPress powered website.

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WordPress LMS Themes Comparison and Review

If you’re an entrepreneurial educator and looking for WordPress themes comparison, I want you to know that I will continue to update this page as new WordPress LMS themes are released into the WP ecosystem.

There are WordPress themes and there are WordPress plugins. In this review we are only going to look at only WordPress LMS themes. In theory a WordPress LMS plugin can work with any theme like Sensei or LearnDash, but this article is about strictly WordPress LMS themes.

In a recent forum post you can see the popular WordPress theme marketplace Themeforest is incentivising developers and designers to create WordPress LMS themes.

Sales of WordPress LMS themes on themeforest are way above average, which signals incredible high demand for WordPress LMS themes.

I am not presenting these themes in an unbiased order. I do have an opinion on what is best and will share my thoughts. My top pick is first.

1) Academy WordPress LMS theme

Academy – Learning Management Theme WordPress LMS 11-56-45


Theme Description: Academy is a perfect theme for sharing and selling your knowledge online. It’s not just a theme, but learning management system that makes learning and teaching online easier for everyone… Read more→

Click here to read what others are saying about this WordPress LMS theme

My Opinion: This is the best WordPress LMS theme currently on the market. I use it here for myself and many of my web clients use it. The support from the plugin author is the best I’ve ever seen too.


2) WPLMS theme

WPLMS WordPress LMS theme


Theme Description: WPLMS is not just a WordPress Theme but a advanced Learning Management System. This theme utilises the maximum potential of WordPress + BuddyPress + BBPress + WooCommerce. It is a powerful theme with lot of flexible and usable features. It comes with custom plugins specifically designed for this theme to work as a powerful Learning management system. Built with HTML5 and CSS3, WPLMS has many unique features … Read more→

Click here to read what others are saying about this WordPress LMS theme

My Opinion: This theme has a lot of promise. It’s more complicated than Academy which is good for the extra features, but bad for ease of use and clean code. It’s also built to be more like an online course marketplace like Udemy. I’ve been watching this theme evolve and must say I’m impressed with how the creator keeps iterating it based on customer feedback. This theme could move up to the number one spot, but I’d like to see the design cleaned up a bit, and see some of the complexity minimized a bit.


If enough people want me to create a detailed online video course about how to build a WordPress LMS site from scratch I will …

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Good luck with your course creation and WordPress LMS web business! To see if I’m available to help with your LMS project you can pick up the phone right now and call me at (207) 381-7607 or you can contact me here. Sometimes you need a guide like me through the WordPress learning management systems jungle of web business development. I don’t just build WordPress websites. I’m a WordPress LMS entrepreneurial educator too so I can probably relate pretty well to your situation.

P.S. Want to add an affiliate program to your WordPress LMS web business? I have. I wrote about how to do it here.

WordPress + LMS represents the democratization of education on a global scale. You’re in the right place if you’re interested in playing a part in this transition as an educator, entrepreneur, or subject matter expert on any topic worth teaching.

WordPress LMS Website Marketing

WordPress LMS is becoming an increasingly predominant piece of what I do here at Badgett Web Design. The demand for information on how to build this type of website is growing at an incredible rate. I get a call, email, a blog post comment, a Skype chat, etc. almost every day about something WordPress LMS related. Don’t be shy. You can reach me here.

In the WordPress LMS world I have my own website at Organic Life Guru. And I have several clients that I’m building WordPress LMS website’s for as well. Here’s one we just released last week for Medical Interpreting Training School.

Usually I share more development or design related info with you, but today I’m going to share some WordPress LMS marketing strategies and tactics with you to help you get more leads and sales from your WordPress LMS website.

WordPress LMS Marketing Tips

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Here are the WordPress LMS marketing essentials mentioned in the screenshot above from one of my new online permaculture courses.

  • Publicly display your phone number in multiple locations on your website to build trust. Don’t hide from your customers. I don’t. You can call me directly for web development, design, or business consulting services at 207.381.7607 :-)
  • Publicly display your address. This builds trust and indicates the “realness” of your business.
  • Don’t over-design your logo. Over-designed logos can be distracting and turn people off. Think for a moment how simple the facebook logo is. I made a whole video about text based logos here.
  • Keep the main top menu minimal so you don’t overwhelm your visitors. Attention is so scarce these days. Help people focus by giving them less options and a clean layout.
  • Use video at the top of your sales message. Many people prefer to passively absorb video sales messages. It’s also a good opportunity to build raport in a way you just can’t do with text and images. Online video is huge if you haven’t noticed. 52 percent of consumers say that watching product videos makes them more confident in online purchase decisions (source).
  • Use faces in your marketing. The human brain is designed to focus on faces.
  • Use some kind of social rating system to build social proof for your WordPress LMS courses.
  • Don’t hide your online course pricing. Make it obvious. Protecting users from getting upset or frustrated is good marketing. People value transparency.
  • Add downloads to your WordPress LMS lessons. Multimedia content is perceived as being more valuable and helps cater to different learning styles.
  • Give away some of your best lessons for free like this and on other sites that link back to your site like this. That’s solid content marketing.
  • Always be selling with related courses. Amazon and itunes have built entire algorithms around this type of related products offering automation.
  • Put a little bit of social share on your site, but don’t over do it. Don’t link out to social media. Only allow the share functions. Remember the goal is to send social media traffic to your WordPress LMS website and not the other way around.
  • Recruit affiliates for your online course products from day one. I’ve written about how to add an affiliate program to a WooCommerce powered LMS site before.

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The tips in this post are not the only right way to approach WordPress LMS marketing. Think of this blog post as an example of concepts you can apply to your online learning business in your own unique way. If you’d like to discuss your WordPress LMS marketing situation with another person who understands what you’re up to, you can contact me here.

How to Build a WordPress LMS Website in 15 Steps

Academy-education-wordpress-lms-themes_Here’s how to Build a WordPress LMS Website in just 15 steps… I’m glossing over the fine grain details, but if you have a basic WordPress knowledge, you can do this! If this feels like too much, you should probably contact a WordPress LMS website builder like me to help with your project.

Build Your WordPress LMS Website

  1. Purchase a domain name and web hosting. I recommend Bluehost.
  2. Install WordPress on your hosting account for your new LMS website.
  3. Purchase the Academy WordPress LMS theme.
  4. Upload the Academy theme and activate it.
  5. Import the Academy demo content. You will replace everything with your own stuff. This is easier than starting from Zero.
  6. Install the WooCommerce plugin and integrate it with the theme.
  7. Call your webhost and activate a SSL (Secure Shell Certificate) for your website. A company like Bluehost will handle this all for you over a quick phone call.
  8. Get your free credit card payment gateway account with Stripe. If you try and purchase one of my course on Organic Life Guru with a credit card, you will see the Stripe user experience.
  9. Purchase your Stripe payment gateway extension for WooCommerce and integrate it with your site in the WooCommerce settings.
  10. Create a course. Add a title, description, and 450 x 450 pixel course (featured) image.
  11. Create lessons for your course. Add video, audio, text and/or attachments. I recommend using Vimeo Pro to host your lesson videos.
  12. Attach your lessons to your course.
  13. Create a product in WooCommerce to represent your course.
  14. Set a price for your your course and attach it to a WooCommerce product.
  15. Have a friend purchase your course to test the system.
  16. Customize the design of your site using the Academy theme options panel, plugins, and custom css.
  17. Delete out all the unused demo content.
  18. Repeat steps 10-15 to add more courses and generate more income.

If enough people want me to create a detailed online video course about how to build a WordPress LMS site from scratch I will …

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P.S. Want to add an affiliate program to your WordPress LMS web business? I have. I wrote about how to do it here.

WordPress LMS Marketing | How to Market an Online Course

WordPress LMS Marketing Strategy

Apitherapy Course Health and Healing From the Hive with Ross Conrad 250We just released another course over at Organic Life Guru. It’s an online apitherapy course. Apitherapy is using bees to heal people in different ways.

The topic is fascinating. Check out the apitherapy course here:

How WordPress LMS Marketing Can Work …

One of the best ways to market your online courses on your WordPress LMS website is to simply give away some of the best parts of the course for free. This is called content marketing. Think of it like a free sample.

Notice how we gave away 2 of our best videos for free (which equals about 20% of the course content for this particular online course):

WordPress LMS content marketing

If you are using the Academy WordPress LMS theme like we are, you can easily set individual lessons as free or premium.

The main content from these free lessons are these two videos

Apitherapy Introduction




Where else can you publish your free course content?

After you make your free lessons easily accessible on your WordPress LMS website, you can publish the lesson videos or links to the free lessons on:

  • Other websites you own
  • Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
  • Publish your videos to Youtube if you haven’t already
  • Email people who would find the material valuable and would be likely to share it
  • Forums in your niche

Don’t be shy about giving away some of your best WordPress LMS content for free as a form of marketing. It’s worked for us at Organic Life Guru.

How to Add a Self Hosted Affiliate Program to a WooCommerce WordPress LMS Website

Affiliate Programs that work with WooCommerce: A WordPress LMS Case Study

So you want to set up an affiliate program for your WordPress LMS site, but don’t want a monthly fee and need it to work with WooCommerce?

So did I.

I set up my affiliate program for my organic gardening courses online that works with WooCommerce. Organic Life Guru is a WordPress LMS (Learning Management System) website. Here is the affiliate sign up page:

I put an affiliates area link at the bottom of the site

Affiliate program that works with woocommerce

Here’s what the affiliates area looks like to non logged in users

Affiliate Area for WooCommerce WordPress LMS website  Organic Life Guru

Here’s what the affiliates area looks like to logged in users

Affiliate Area on WooCommerce WordPress LMS websiteI haven’t added a bunch of graphics for affiliates to use yet, but you get the idea.


Why use a self-hosted affiliate program that works with WooCommerce for your WordPress LMS website?

The main reasons I wanted a self hosted affiliate program that works with WooCommerce:

  • I don’t want to pay monthly fees or high startup costs like with the Ambassador WooCommerce affiliate program.
  • I’m not that interested in an affiliate network like Clickbank offers. I’m fine with building up my affiliate base slowly. By avoiding big affiliate networks, I’m also protecting my WordPress LMS site from low quality inbound affiliate links which can hurt my SEO. I’m fine with building up my own affiliate network slowly.

The affiliate program that works with WooCommerce

affiliates-pro-woocommerceFor my WordPress LMS website, I went with Affiliates Pro for WooCommerce.

So far I’m really happy with it. The main reason I’m happy with it is that it just works.

Also I’ve had a couple of initial getting started questions, and the Itthinx support forums for Affiliates Pro have been great.

How to build a WordPress LMS website with an affiliate program?

  1. Build your WordPress LMS website with the Academy WordPress LMS theme.
  2. Create your self hosted affiliate program that works with WooCommerce with Affilates Pro for WooCommerce.

Chris this sounds great, but can I consult with you or just have you set it all up for me?

Yes. Contact me here to see if we’re a good fit.

WordPress Learning Management System (LMS) E Learning Example

WordPress Learning Management System and E Learning Example – Online Organic Gardening Classes

permaculture design course toby hemenwayMy WordPress web design business is gravitating towards WordPress Learning Management Systems or LMS development. Online learning about anything anywhere anytime is now a real possibility with the right tools and knowledge. I build WordPress E learning websites for clients, and I also build them for myself. Here’s an example of an online permaculture design course I released today. I’ve written before about the WordPress LMS theme I’ve been using called Academy by Themeforest elite author – Themex. Themex gives outstanding support in his support forum, which is a huge benefit to working with the Academy WordPress LMS theme.

Here’s an example of what it looks like once a student has paid and is inside the course

WordPress LMS theme example

Paid Access WordPress LMS theme for E Learning

One of the best features of the Academy theme is how well it works right out of the box to charge for access to your courses or create plans that include multiple courses. You just have to add the free WooCommerce plugin to the mix, follow Themex’s simple to follow 5-minute tutorial which comes with the theme, and you’re ready to roll and start charging for your online courses. Building a WordPress e Learning membership site no longer has to be complicated with excessive amounts of external integrations like trying to add Wishlist Member or Paid Memberships Pro to the mix, even though they are great plugins.

How to Accept Credit Cards DIrectly on your WordPress LMS website with Stripe

The Academy theme with a simple WooCommerce install gives you amazingly clean checkout for your courses where a user can pay via Paypal, electronic bank transfer, or by check. In fact I first bought the theme for this reason alone. But I wanted to accept credit cards directly on my website without having to process the credit cards and worry too much about setting up complicated payment gateways. That’s when I discovered Stripe and the amazingly simple Stripe WooCommerce extension. Signing up for a Stripe account is free and easy. It appears that their business model is to try to be the opposite of everything people hate about Paypal.  For example Stripe actually deposits money directly in your bank account automatically, they don’t try to get your customers to sign up for their service, etc. bluehost tech support SSLTo get Stripe working you have to have a SSL certificate (that’s when you see https instead of just http up in the URL bar. No big deal. As you know I’m a huge fan of hosting websites with Bluehost. I host all my sites there, and many of my clients do to. I just called Bluehost 24/7 technical support and purchased my SSL certificate. They hooked it up on my WordPress LMS e website, Organic Life Guru, and I was ready to roll with Stripe. With the SSL enabled, which I opted to do on just my WooCommerce checkout related pages with one check box in the WooCommerce Stripe settings, I could now accept credit cards directly on my website. Here’s what the finished credit card checkout experience looks like … WordPress LMS ecommerce with Stripe and Woo Commerce

How To Set Up Your WordPress LMS Website in 6 Easy Steps  …

  1. Go to and purchase domain name, hosting, and an SSL certificate
  2. Install WordPress (You can call Bluehost and have them walk you through it)
  3. Purchase the WordPress LMS Academy Theme
  4. Install the Academy theme on your WordPress and follow the tutorial videos that come with the theme on how to set it up and integrate with WooCommerce.
  5. Create your first course content and add the course and it’s lessons to your website
  6. Purchase the WooCommerce Stripe Extension and add it to your website with these instructions.

That’s it.

Do You Need Help Building Your WordPress LMS Website or Want to Contract Out the Whole Process?

We can discuss your project and see if we’re a good fit for each other. You can contact me here. I wish you the best with your WordPress LMS E Learning project! These are amazing times in online education … full of opportunities for teaching, learning, and earning.

WordPress Learning Management System Theme vs. LMS Plugin

Organic Life Guru 2013-10-06 14-45-17I love it when a solution comes along and does a lot more with less complexity like with the Academy WordPress LMS (Learning Management System) theme. You can see the website I built with the Academy theme here. It’s a website that delivers paid online organic gardening classes.

WordpPress LMS theme vs. LMS plugin

LMS Plugins are great, but a really focused theme developer can actually create a theme that includes a lot of the functionality required for something like a LMS system. The developer of Academy executed this concept beautifully by including the membership aspects, LMS custom post types (courses and lessons), and the shopping cart payment gateway elements (which does require a basic set up and integration of the free WooCommerce plugin). For security and compatibility reasons I like to take a minimalist approach when it comes to WordPress plugins.

The Academy theme is also a responsive WordPress LMS theme so that’s great too. Making your online course content display well on smart phones and especially tablets is key.

I can’t tell you how nice it is to not have to use LMS plugins (like Woo Sensei or Learn Dash), membership plugins (like WishList Member), and built out a payment gateway from scratch. These plugins are all great in their own right, but add a lot of extra steps, complexity, and possible compatibility issues to building a website.

In my opinion WordPress theme developers should try and build more complete solutions like the Academy LMS theme does instead of more generic multi-purpose WordPress themes. There’s a place in the market for general themes, but there’s a lot of opportunity out there for more niche focused WordPress themes from a design and functionality perspective.

What is a WordPress LMS theme?

If you’re still trying to figure out what a LMS theme does, just think of it as an online education platform where you can deliver online courses for free or for profit. Online course content can be multimedia including video, audio, text, and other downloadables. You can still blog with the theme and build pages as usual, but there are also courses and lessons as their own “custom post type.”

Take a look at this course on Improving Soil for Organic Gardening:

Organic Gardening Course

* Zoom in to see the notes on the image.

Here’s an image of what a lesson looks like for a subscribed or paying user:

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Notice how the main course content is a video lesson followed by a short course description. There is a downloadable supplemental PDF. You can navigate to a new lesson from the sidebar. And a student can ask a question below the lesson content (This theme uses the WordPress commenting system beautifully to allow this question-answer functionality).

Build your Own WordPress LMS Website or Publish your Online Course to a 3rd Party Platform?

In my opinion: Both! You’ll notice I also published this organic gardening course on Udemy. The simple reason for this is that Udemy has a massive audience … 1,000,000 visitors a month as of this writing. But I don’t own Udemy and there’s a lot of competition there, so I created my own LMS platform with WordPress which gives me control and security. I will say I’m more than happy to give Udemy 30% of my profit when they bring a customer to my course. They also have a built in affiliate program which is great for getting visitors and incentivizing others to share my course.

Online education is on the rise. Check out this article about that in the New York Times.

Udemy and WordPress LMS solutions aren’t just about income. Teaching online is also about impact. When you create online courses for free, you can give a gift to your audience, build your authority, and even get new customers for your other offerings by demonstrating your knowledge (content marketing).

I got over 1,500 students enrolled in my Build a WordPress Website in a Weekend course on Udemy in under 2 weeks.

How to Build a WordPress LMS website

Option 1: Purchase the Academy theme and build it! I give this WordPress LMS theme my highest recommendation.

Option 2: Contact me and we can see if we’re a good fit, and I can build it out for you or offer the guidance you need.

Special WordPress LMS Update to this Post …

Since originally writing this post for you, I’ve taken everything I’ve learned from working on my own WordPress LMS projects and countless others and have created what I believe to be the best WordPress learning management system solution on the market. I did not do this alone. I’ve partnered with the talented team at codeBOX.

We’ve created a WordPress LMS plugin that will work with any theme. The lifterLMS plugin includes:

  • Complete eLearning functionality (Courses, Modules, Lessons, Quizzes, Assignments Certificates, etc.)
  • Stand alone eCommerce solution so you can sell your courses and lessons online. (Works out of the box with these payment gateways: Paypal, Infusionsoft, and can be integrated with WooCommerce if you want. Recurring subscription payments option included if you want recurring revenue from your courses).
  • Built in membership site functionality so you don’t have to install third party membership site plugins.
  • Advanced engagement functionality (gamification, infusionsoft style event triggered automated campaign functionality, and much much more).

Click here to watch the video and explore the full feature set:

WordPress LMS plugin for themes lifter LMS


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P.S. Want to add an affiliate program to your WordPress LMS web business? I have. I wrote about how to do it here.

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