Friday, March 31, 2017

Find a class or tech one with the help of Zeqr



Have you ever wanted to learn something but not take a college type class on it? Or you search for Youtube tutorials and don’t find what you are looking for? Zeqr is a site that has you covered. There are real people that have classes on just about everything.
One of the best things I found is that you can start it whenever you want (you can work out details with the Xpert). You don’t have to wait until x date for the class to start and finish.





When I say you can find a class for just about anything I mean it. Here are a few examples of classes:

  • How to Boost Your Self Esteem
  • Learn to Grow Your Own Food
  • Travel Tips
  • Portuguese/Spanish Class
  • Executive/Business Coaching
  • And other endless options….



Zeqr also made finding classes easy. Of course, you can search something if you are looking for something specific. In addition to that, they created filters. You can search by price (under $100, $100-$300 etc), by expertise level, language, location and other options. This gives you a better idea of what they offer and also lets you automatically weed through options you may not want to see.

Then there is the other side of Zeqr. The side for people like me. I’m a blogger, Social Media Manager and hold a few other titles. Zeqr can give me a chance to list my own classes and make some extra money.



Setting up a profile as an Xpert is super easy. Once the basics are done such as your bio, and skills (list what you are good at). You can also record a profile video. No need to make it super fancy as they have a max time of 2 mins. You can record from your computer, or if you made something else you can upload as well. This is only to do a brief overview of who you are.

After that, you simply list a class. Listing is also just as easy as setting up your profile. Zeqr walks you through each step. I think the hardest part is deciding what price point you want to list at. If it’s just some information you want to get out there you can even list it for free.


For the number of participants in classes can vary from 1 to 8 at a time. You can set that number as well.  



The first class I have listed is: How to start a blog. I get asked this so often, I figured it would be the best one to start off with. I will be posting more soon as well, feel free to check them out.

So if you are like me and have a few skills you want to share, or you want to learn something new, check out Zeqr!

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17 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to take online classes but it's so hard to determine what will be worth my time and effort. This sounds helpful!

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  2. I've never heard of this before and will have to look into this! Online classes are great!

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  3. There really is an app for everything. That is very useful to have

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  4. Sounds like some thing very useful! No one ever taught me what I was doing blog wise, I had to learn as I went, it might be nice to get some pointers! Thanks for this!

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  5. This sounds like a cool site to learn and teach. I will have to check it out!

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  6. What a neat site! There have been times I have searched online for a tutorial that just wasn't there. I'll definitely be bookmarking this site for future reference! Thanks!

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  7. Xpert sounds great. My husband is a big dabbler with trying to learn new things. He already has done things like taking "Great Courses," and "Rosetta Stone." I am sure he would be interested in this, thanks!

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  8. That really is great that they have this, I actually want to learn a bit more on the graphic design as it's the one thing I Have yet to teach myself since 9 years ago when starting to be a work at home blogger and virtual assistant. I will look into this platform! Thanks :)

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  9. Sounds interesting! I think it is a neat site. I had no idea there was even such a thing out there but may now have to check it out! - jeanine

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  10. Harvard does something similar to this as well. I think it's such a great idea! I utilize it!

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  11. I haven't heard of this service before but now I want to check it out! Anything that can improve me is a good thing, right?

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  12. That's awesome that people come to you for advice on how to start a blog. I love that the profile is easy to set up. I won't make it past the beginning if it's too complicated before I even get a chance to explore.

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  13. I will have to check this out. Learning should be a continuous process and there is always something new and interesting to learn. Thanks for letting me know about Zeqr!

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  14. How neat! I am off on maternity leave and need something like this to keep my brain active! I am going to sign up.

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  15. This is a pretty convenient way to learn more about the skill you'd like to develop! How awesome! Not to mention that you also get the chance to share your knowledge as well. I think it's worth checking out.

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  16. Never heard of Zeqr but thanks for the informative post. I will have to check them out for tech online classes for my business.

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  17. Such a great post i didnt know Zeqr exist. I am always willing to learn about new subjects and even one day teach one!

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