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Share your expertise with a world of learners, and create a residual revenue stream for yourself.

How To Become A Teacher

Anyone can share. We can help you structure the content to put your best foot forward.

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Courses are 30 minutes or more of content. Video preferred, but text-based or audio courses are also welcomed.

Develop Courses: Activate the earning potential of your expertise. Help others do things that come easy to you.

Share in Revenue: Create a residual revenue stream for yourself. Build the course once, and collect on a portion of the sales.

Highest Returns: We have the highest returns in this space and access to a community of learners. Your revenue share calculations are automatic based on our formula and your active courses.
Training to Help: Receive online training to walk you step-by-step through the development process. Feel confident that you can structure and communicate the lessons with competence.

Support: If you run into trouble, we are here to answer your questions and guide you toward success.

Development Services: If you would rather just be the content expert, we can interview you and develop the course. If we select your proposal, you could receive these services free of charge.
Traditional online courses (TOLC): Set schedules, pre-recorded content, resources, homework, quizzes, projects, and feedback.

Self-paced online courses (SPOC): 30 minutes or more of pre-defined content, resources, homework, quizzes, and examinations.

Virtual Online Study Group (VOSG): Set schedules, content based on interactions, resources, homework, projects, and feedback.