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Q. What type of pricing plans does Mighty Networks offer?

Mighty Networks has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $39.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available | (No Credit Card required)

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Q. Who are the typical users of Mighty Networks?

Mighty Networks has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Small Business

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Q. What languages does Mighty Networks support?

Mighty Networks supports the following languages:
English

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Q. Does Mighty Networks support mobile devices?

Mighty Networks supports the following devices:
Android, iPad, iPhone

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Q. Does Mighty Networks offer an API?

Yes, Mighty Networks has an API available for use.

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Q. What other apps does Mighty Networks integrate with?

Mighty Networks integrates with the following applications:
Zapier

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Q. What level of support does Mighty Networks offer?

Mighty Networks offers the following support options:
Email/Help Desk, Chat, Knowledge Base, FAQs/Forum, Phone Support

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Mighty Networks product overview

Price starts from

39

Per month

Flat Rate

What is Mighty Networks?

Mighty is where creators, entrepreneurs, and brands build digital communities with cultural software. Be a part of something different #OnMighty.

Key benefits of using Mighty Networks

- Create a community that's branded and instantly available on all major platforms: web, iOS, and Android.
- Build a community culture with rich content including Posts, Articles, Polls & Questions, and Events to engage with members.
- Run events ranging from high ticket masterminds to conferences and meetups with native live streaming, Zoom integration, or in-person gatherings.
- Create a live cohort-based course, a content-only course, or build a community-based course that puts the emphasis on member challenges, events, and activity, not course content alone.
- Livestream to your entire Network or just in specific Spaces.
- Bundle your courses and memberships into one-time or subscription purchases, offer free trials, and charge in hundreds of local currencies.
- You can organize your community around chat with beautiful embeds and GIFs.
- Harness Mighty Insights™ to rapidly learn & iterate, giving you over 60 charts to understand member behavior, what content people are responding to, and subscription revenue trends.
- Integrate with your CRM and create custom email onboarding flows, keep your CRM up to date, integrate Mighty into your sales funnels, and more using our Zapier integrations.
- Total access & ownership of your member data including emails.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

Email/Help Desk
Chat
Knowledge Base
FAQs/Forum
Phone Support

Training options

Live Online
Documentation
Webinars
Videos

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Mighty Networks features

Functionality

4.2

/5

78

Total features

90

12 categories

Most valued features by users

Collaboration Tools
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Mighty Networks users reviews

Overall Rating

4.6

/5

78

Positive reviews

Rating breakdown
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8.4/10
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Pros
I love that Mighty Networks is its own network and free of all the other social media platforms. I also love the combination with content in the context of community.
The process is easy, the features are great, its several software's combined in one. To top it off great pricing.
It allows for intentionality when members want to engage, and keep them focused on the most important happenings, with featured and welcome sections.
Cons
It's difficult for me to find any cons or even constructive criticism for Mighty Networks. From my conversations with the MN team, I know we're still at the beginning.
And I found for myself that I was confused about setting it up. I also think I was sort of pushing the envelope in terms of my group structure so it was not a straight forward situation.
Not intuitive to navigate, making it hard to find exactly what you are looking for - just feels rather clunky.

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Marc M.

Marketing Consultant

Marketing and Advertising, self-employed

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Reviewed a year ago

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Taryn F.

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E-Learning, self-employed

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Reviewed 12 days ago

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Dennis M.

Verified reviewer

Computer Software, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Small But Mighty

Reviewed a year ago

Mighty Networks is something that I look forward to watching grow and evolve. The market is wide open and they have yet to let me down.

Pros

I have built very successful groups on facebook but when doing so there is always a level of fear and trepidation when it comes to building a community on a platform you have no control of. Groups are just 1 segment of the Facebook market, and they could effectively kill groups at any time. Having a third party tool to continue growing a community is key to the ever changing landscape.

Cons

The benefit of Mighty Networks is also the detriment. Because my group is no longer on FB, daily entries in to the group are lower and the overall experience for members is lower. Now people have to go out of their way to join and participate. This means less people over all, but more dedicated people.

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Cindi L.

Computer Software, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Great Community Hosting Platform

Reviewed 2 years ago

I am using Mighty Networks to host an online software and hardware training community for my company's products. I provide both general and custom assistance with "how do I" and "what is" software questions that are not in tech support's wheelhouse and I offer tips and techniques based on user questions and needs. Answers fellow users provide to help each other are vetted for accuracy and modified if needed. We are gradually weaning people away from clogging up tech support phone lines with issues based on operator ignorance. Thus far only 2% of our users are taking advantage of this service, so there's a lot of growth to come.

Pros

1. Mobility: Mighty Networks ability to enable me to create a community website with paid options that could be easily accessed on a computer, tablet or phone, without me having to have extensive staff or knowledge to produce different versions of content. 2. Reliability: The software doesn't fail. I haven't had any worries about my users being able to access content or the community. 3. Support:...

Cons

The biggest con for me is the lack of customer/user management features. I am not notified the instant someone cancels; in fact,. it's rare that I'm notified at all. I have to run daily reports and compare them to my existing database of members, to ensure I've welcomed everyone new, see who's been retained and who chose to leave. I can't just look at a settings file online and get a customer database...

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Donny F.

Sports, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend3/10

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Halfway there

Reviewed 2 years ago

Useful but missing features

Pros

Its ideal and layout and what could be done with it, but has a lot of limits still

Cons

Customer support is no good. I dont even bother reaching out anymore. Also costs for making it your own app are horrendous

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Ian R.

Arts and Crafts, self-employed

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Mighty Networks Review

Reviewed 3 years ago

So my comment above about using the group structure is the main business benefit. I really don't think anyone else offers it. So that has been pivotal.

Pros

The main feature for me is I have the courses and the community in one place. My classes require that I have a series of groups with say 20 students. But I have 15 of them. Each group posts to their own group and interacts with that group throughout the course. Each member can go and see what other groups are doing if they are curious. But they specifically work within a small group. I do not thing any other platform allows that. Also I deal with an older demographic and I did not want to use facebook, and I wanted the teaching platform and the groups all in one place. That has been invaluable.

Cons

So I am not very good with tech. And I found for myself that I was confused about setting it up. I also think I was sort of pushing the envelope in terms of my group structure so it was not a straight forward situation. But I got good support. And now it is all simple. Because I have a lot of retirement aged students I think they have issues with the tech too. But they have problems with zoom calls too so who knows. My needs are pretty striped down other than the groups and course platform. So there are lots of features I have never used.

Vendor response

Thanks for this detailed feedback Ian! We're glad you've found benefit in the ability to combine your courses with community and break out different cohort groups. We look forward to you getting more benefit from the other features as you grow with the platform!

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Joan D.

Writing and Editing, self-employed

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Engaged members = great community = better business

Reviewed 3 years ago

I love the folks that run Mighty Networks. They truly care about their users and are constantly listening to those of us who host networks on their platform. They believe in continuous improvement and are transparent and present for their users. I feel like I joined part of an online family rather than just signing up and using some piece of software. I'm delighted with my network!

Pros

My new online community—the Gutsy Great Novelist Writers Studio—hosted on the Mighty Networks platform is fantastically engaged in a way I never saw inside my Facebook group. The writers in this community have truly become friends. They collaborate on their writing, freely share knowledge, tips and resources, celebrate and laugh and have fun together, and mostly they're just super engaged with each other in a respectful space that's ad- and distraction-free. What I love most about MN is that as the host I can offer everything in one space: online classes, private groups, live events . . . all under one roof! Ahhhh!

Cons

There's a learning curve for users that needs to be carefully managed in an onboarding process, since the users are trying something new. So the set up time is somewhat labor-intensive, but MN offers an online class to help you design things wisely so you're set up for success in that regard. Once I got that onboarding process up and running, I was in great shape, and users that pay attention can be fully engaged within a very short time.

Vendor response

We really appreciate this feedback Joan and are happy to hear that you and your community have found a home on your Mighty Network where you can build real connections without distractions, while also helping you build your business. We will continue to look for ways to help our Hosts onboard their members so they can jump in and begin experiencing the community and results you are creating for them.

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