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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Will Free IQ Change the Way We Learn and Earn?

Any learner, writer, expert or entrepreneur should visit FreeIQ for three reasons:
  1. Free educational video, audio and document files: Whether you want to know about writing, parenting, coaching basketball, or making money with Google's Adsense, FreeIQ is increasing in educational content daily. Unlike other video sites, it's not interested in bloopers or college pranks. FreeIQ is where anyone who wants to learn can go for free video, audio or written content. And if you join the FreeIQ community you can review and rate the content that you find.
  2. Add your own content: If you are a teacher, writer or other kind of expert, FreeIQ makes it easy to add your own content so that you can share your expertise with others. It's just a matter of uploading and tagging, just as you would with Flickr, Youtube, or any similar site--and it's all free!
  3. Get paid: You can also add content for sale. If you've written an ebook or created an instructional video, FreeIQ will host the files, sell the files, and manage all your customers--again, all for free. They also have a great affiliate program.
By making educational content free and easy to obtain, FreeIQ is helping to teach the world. Much of the content is business oriented right now, but as educators and other experts discover FreeIQ, I think it's going to revolutionize learning.

As you may have read yesterday, I already added some content of my own, a free reading list for junior high students. It's not much, but it's a beginning. Visit FreeIQ

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posted by Nick Senger at 5:13 AM

Comments on "Will Free IQ Change the Way We Learn and Earn?"


Anonymous Brad Fallon said ... (Saturday, April 14, 2007 11:49:00 AM) : 

Hey Nick,

Thanks for the review. I agree; I think Free IQ will be great for educators and teachers.

MIT has gotten a lot of press lately for giving away videos of all their classes. But Free IQ allows any teacher to do the same thing without any cost for hosting or streaming videos.


Brad Fallon
Free IQ


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