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Google Helpouts launches, a market for live video lessons from experts

05
Nov
2013

Today, Google is launching a new product its calling Helpouts. Its a new website that allows users to get in touch with experts and pay them for services over video chat. Google is imagining that it will be used for things like cooking tips, home repair, guitar lessons, and even healthcare. That list is limited by design — for now, Google is vetting anybody that wants to offer Helpout services with a full background check and keeping the categories of services offered relatively short. The video chat services will be offered in a wide range of prices — from free with volunteers up to $20 per hour or more.

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