Notehall is booming in the wake of an appearance on ABC's "Shark Tank" on October 6. It was founded by four students from the University of Arizona DJ Stephan, Sadi Chalfoun, Sean Conway, and Justin Miller, Notehall launched earlier this year with an undisclosed seed round from DreamIt companies.
Notehall is really quite simple. It reminds me of a dream I had once about a clutter free niche Craigslist. Anyone can sell class notes or study guides using Notehall, earning 75 cents and $ 1 for each download, respectively.
College Students know how easy it can be left behind if you've missed a couple of classes due to other distractions that college students face. Notehall is an up and coming solution for your problem, an ingenius web marketplace that lets you buy and sell class notes and study guides.
Buyers can either earn or buy credits that can be used to obtain downloads. Credits can be obtained through referrals from members, notes rating, or if you are selling you can opt for loans in lieu of a cash payment. It's a great way to catch up on classes you should have been, and a great way to make a few bucks if you have a great system of keeping notes.
This is a guest post from the team over at College Crunch