Peanut, a social networking app for women launch a new ‘Peanut Pro’ an expansion from the main platform to give women access to information from trusted experts.
The platform has signed partnership deals with several experts networks, that include psychologists, therapists, sex coaches, sleep consultants and doctors.
Peanut Pro offers access to a community of women who are part of the network to share information and offer advice.
Michelle Kennedy, the founder and CEO of Peanut said, “We want to break down huge fees into manageable, accessible subscriptions and one-off payments.”
“Not everyone can afford $200 for one-on-one consultations across sleep training or sex therapy, so if we instead provide access to short-form Q&As or online courses, suddenly support is decentralised. And, whilst we do that, women with expertise, our Pros, get paid regularly, with less invisible labour because their content is valued,” adds Kennedy.
The platform also offers its users to make money and monetise their content.
“A lot of the women with expertise who already use Peanut to share advice and support have their own online courses. Until now, they have been unable to share them with our audience due to our guidelines on advertising businesses and services. Peanut Pro permits women to share their content and courses with our audience and ultimately, monetise their hard work,” she said.
The company was created in 2017 and is an online community that is designed to connect women throughout all stages of their lives, from puberty to menopause. The app currently has more than 2.5 million users.