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How to get paid for hosting Zoom and Facebook classes

How to get paid for hosting Zoom and Facebook classes

Before the pandemic hit, people used to go to fitness and cooking classes in person. Nowadays, such contact is unfathomable, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t still host classes and make money.

Thanks to a new feature on Facebook — and also on Zoom — anyone can offer their services virtually and charge admission.

How to host a class on Zoom or Facebook

Zoom isn't just for video chatting with friends anymore.

Zoom isn’t just for video chatting with friends anymore.

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Zoom rolled out a separate platform on Oct. 14 for online hosted events called OnZoom. What sets OnZoom apart from regular Zoom is the ability to discover events you want to attend and the ability to monetize your own. According to the company’s blog, the new platform allows businesses and creators to schedule and host a variety of events, list and sell tickets, and promote their events through social media and email.  Read more…

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