What is it?
Have you ever shared your notes with a classmate, or copied someone else’s notes after missing class? What if you could get paid for doing just that? If that appeals to you, check out Knetwit, a knowledge-sharing site with a really cool twist.
How does it work?
Here’s how it works: you upload your class notes and study guides to the site, where they can be accessed and downloaded by other users. You earn points, called “Koin” for uploading notes, referring friends who join, and every time someone downloads your notes. Koin can be redeemed at the Knetwit Store for cash or merchandise including iPods, game consoles and TV’s. You also receive “knowledge points” and “community points” which indicate your standing and credibility, and affect how many Koin you earn for each action.