Peerz is a community based paid per minute chat. Inside Peerz, you can become an user, a provider, or both at the same time. A user can be a person or a business looking for answers on the most various subjects: marketing, companies, advice, etc. A provider is someone willing to provide information on a paid per minute basis.
Users post questions or campaigns to be answered by providers, which in turn will offer help. If help is accepted, then a conversation starts and the clock starts ticking. At the end of the conversation, the provider will receive the funds designated from that conversation time.
Exactly. You can engage in conversations from your phone or web site just like if you were using any other messenger apps out there. Except with Peerz you get paid for your time whenever a user needs your knowledge.
Once you set up your account and complete your profile, including your skills and work history, we will make your profile available for users looking for help with those terms.
The idea is that Peerz works for everyone. Because information is valuable for everyone. Here are a few samples:
The very first step is to make sure you have an impecable profile. Having a well maintained profile, with up to date information, a nice profile photo and skills described will earn you spots on the home page, as well as early matches when we receive questions from users.
Then, whenever users post questions to the website, you can offer your help to those questions. It is important that you only submit help offers to the questions that you are skilled for: users don't like spammers or clueless people on the subject they're looking help for.
Providers are paid on a weekly basis for all the completed conversations they had for that week. You will receive your rate per minute minus Peerz's fees (20% as of December 2018)
Here is a sample / breakdown of a fictious week for a provider who charges $1.00 per minute:
This provider would get paid, the following week, 2 hours of their time, minus 20%, coming to a total of $96.00
Here are some rules we like to lay out in a very simple way:
And here are some tips we'd like you to know: