Learnie launches new offering that allows anyone to create a community on the Learnie platform, share their knowledge and earn their share with Learnie Pay$.
Park City, Utah Apr 19, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Learnie Proudly Announces Learnie Pay$
Award-winning Technology Transforming the Way the World Learns
Learnie, a community microlearning platform making learning accessible and approachable to all, announces the release of its subscription revenue product, Learnie Pay$, available on iOS, Android, and the web.
“Learnie Pay$ is the best option for the content creator that wants to create a learning community for their clients or followers,” said Pete Mastin, CEO of Learnie. “Whether you’re a physical therapist, a sales leader, or a juggler that wants to make money off of your expertise – Learnie Pay$ is the best option on the market today.”
Learnie Pay$ caters to distracted and diskless learners. Where most learning platforms are boring, top-down, and lack context, LearniePay$ makes it just as easy to create and consume content as any social media app. Learnie Pay$ also invites the community to share their knowledge-producing mind-bending engagement and retention.
“We’re helping experts bring learners together in a community setting to encourage participation, hone critical thinking capability and help everyone reach their maximum potential,” said Michael LeFort, Head of Impact.
As a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) and pending B Corp, “Learnie For Everyone” bridges the digital divide by making community learning available to all free of charge in the app stores. “Learnie Enterprise” brings private User-Generated Microlearning to businesses and organizations to capture the power of their communities and make learning easier, faster, and more cost-effective. Find out more at https://mylearnie.com. Learnie is currently conducting a community-based fundraising with fellow PBC, Wefunder. To learn more, visit: https://wefunder.com/learnie/
Head of Impact Marketing
Source :Learnie Inc.
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