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The Open Marketplace for Guides, Tutorials and Lesson Plans: TeachersPayTeachers

The Open Marketplace for Guides, Tutorials and Lesson Plans: TeachersPayTeachers | Online Business Models | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Teacherspayteachers is an online marketplace for guides, tutorials and lesson plans which any educator, trainer, professor and indipendent publishers. Materials can be published and shared freely or for a proce tag.


"Having trouble coming up with a lesson plan for your Language Arts class this semester?


Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a website where you could purchase and download such materials at your leisure?


Teachers Pay Teachers, a company devoted to helping educators fill in the proverbial gaps present in their current curriculum offers lesson plans in a wide variety of different subjects to educators around the world for a small price."

(Source: WebProNews)


From the official site: “Teachers Pay Teachers currently has 700,000 registers used, with 10,000 of those individuals listed as sellers.


The price for such materials range from $5 to $10, though Edelman stated that the site also has quite a few plans available for free."


Free to use (Premium plan available).


Sign up for teachers / alternative plans: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Signup 


Indipendent publishers and authors can also sign up to TpT here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Signup/Seller/Publisher 


More info: http://TeachersPayTeachers.com 

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The eCommerce Marketplace for Indie Journalists, Reporters and Videomakers: Cont3nt.com

The eCommerce Marketplace for Indie Journalists, Reporters and Videomakers: Cont3nt.com | Online Business Models | Scoop.it

From the official site: Cont3nt.com is a realtime marketplace for entrepreneurial media and video journalism.


From Gigaom: "...a startup called Cont3nt.com is creating a way for publishers to discover and license videos shot by professionals in parts of the world that are difficult to cover.


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enabling videographers and photographers to license their content to news agencies by giving them full control of the transaction... 


One big advantage of the Cont3nt platform is that it gives more money back to the content provider. While other marketplaces command as much as 50 or 60 percent of the license fee for content, Cont3nt takes a maximum of 5 percent per transaction."


Full review: http://gigaom.com/video/cont3nt/ 


Join the beta: http://cont3nt.com/join-the-beta/ 


More info:  http://cont3nt.com/ 

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