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    I had an email today from these people. Nearly deleted it with all the other get rich spam I am getting but for some reason didn't. Has anyone heard of it? I have had a look at the website and it seems kosher. If so could be worth being registered if you do tuition or teach your craft.


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    I got one too and I had a look and am planning to add several experiences later today. The only thing I have reservations about is that it doesn't state that providers should have insurance /crb checks etc. (it would be best to make sure you are covered)
    I think it works like groupon but for experiences.
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    I spotted a forum member on it (bodrighy) so perhaps you could ask him about it?

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    This looks interesting - if anyone does experience on being on this side, I would love to hear your thoughts on this.

    I am always looking at new ways to promote my courses.

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    I also received an email from them today and initially thought it was a bit suss. However, will check it out again - could be a good thing.

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    well I have taken the plunge and listed some.
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    As noted by rosiepink me too. They seem to be kosher and it isn't costing me anything unless I get takers.

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    I have had a nice chat with Michael and Peter (CEO) and they are very excited by it all, they helped me out after the site went a bit awry but that was because they were still tinkering

    I've got 3 courses pending for them to submit so far and it's very easy to do on the form page, allowing you to upload a photo (wish it was more) and all the details about what you do and what it is you want to promote.

    There is the usual PayPal fees and a rather small 10% required by Blink for the free listing/admin etc... and this is added into the overall course price that you charge.

    I like the look of it so far and it's very simple to get started, let's hope that it becomes a success
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    Here are my offerings so far. http://blinkcollective.com/author/karen-clark
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