Content Submission Guidelines

The list of accepted documents includes any data that relates to:

  1. Assignments.
  2. Exam questions.
  3. Homework questions.
  4. Quizzes.
  5. Practice tests.
  6. Case studies with Questions.
  7. Complete sets of Question-Answer with explanations.
  8. Any other Question-Answer Set.

The list of rejected documents includes any data that relates to:

  1. Research Papers.
  2. Study Notes.
  3. Books or chapters from books.
  4. Solution Manual of Books.
  5. Questions without Answers/Solution.
  6. Very Basic Questions like definitions, for example:
    • “What is Programming” or “Describe the functions of liver”
  7. Content that is not in English.
  8. Incomplete Question and Answer Set.
  9. Answers that do not have any explanations.
  10. Image files that are not visible/blurry.
  11. Handwritten documents that are not readable.
  12. Any other document which is not a Question-Answer Set, e.g, ID Cards, result card, resumes, etc.


  1. Please note that after you have shared your content, it becomes the Intellectual property rights(IPR) of Solutioninn and we retain all the rights on its useability for our business purposes.
  2. Please only share quality content, since it increases your chances of earning more income.
  3. For file upload, only PDF, DOC, XLS, TXT, JPG, JPEG, PNG, and WebP are permitted, and the file size should be less than 20 MB.
  4. For the text editor, separate text editors for questions and answers are present. Please enter the data correctly in the space provided to avoid having your submission rejected.
  5. After submission, your content will be reviewed by our internal team. Depending on the quality of the content, it will either be accepted or rejected.
  6. You can check the status of all your submissions on the "Submission Status" page.
  7. Submissions missing questions or answers will be rejected, and no compensation will be provided.
  8. After submitting a Q&A set, the payment option for any set cannot be changed.
  9. Avoid sharing plagiarized content, otherwise your account may be suspended.

Payment Options:

We have two payment options, about which you can decide at the time of submission:

  1. Instant: (Unavailable)
    1. You will receive an upfront payment between $0.05 and $0.25 per -answer set and the amount depends upon the quality of the data that you share. So if the quality is low, you will get the minimum amount of $0.05 and if it is excellent, then you will get the highest amount of $0.25. Under this option, you will not be eligible for royalty payments.
  2. Royalty/Commissions:
    1. You will earn a royalty or commission each time a question or membership is sold through your approved data. We will share 50% of the price with you, and since this is a lifetime royalty, you will earn this amount as long as your account is active.
    2. No upfront payment will be made at the time of submission.


What is a Question-Answer Set?

It implies that for a submission to be accepted, the question should be shared along with its answer. If either the question or the answer is missing, it will simply be rejected by our QA team.

What kind of content can I share?

You can share any data that relates to assignments, exam questions, homework questions, quizzes, practice tests, etc.

What is meant by "estimated earnings"?

The estimate of earnings shows the minimum and maximum amount that you can earn by uploading a Q&A set. For example:

  • In the Text/Image-Based option, you can upload a single Q&A set for which the minimum and maximum amount ranges between $0.05 to $0.25.
  • In the File-based option, the minimum and maximum amount are calculated as below:

       Maximum Earning= (Number of files*Number of questions in each file*$0.25)
       Minimum Earning= (Number of files*Number of questions in each file*$0.05)
How do I maximize my earnings?

To increase your earning potential and reduce the risk of rejection, you should keep the following points in mind:

  • Share-in-demand, high-quality content
  • The question and answer are not missing from the content.
  • If an image is shared, please ensure that the content is visible and not blurry.
  • Do not share duplicate content.
  • Multiple choice questions are thoroughly explained.
  • The calculations are correct, and all work is shown.
What does "in-demand content" mean?

In-demand content means that the content is quite popular among students, and it is currently being taught at some universities.

Where can I check the status of all the content I have shared?   (New)

To check the status of your submissions, go to "My Answers" and click on "Sell Doc Dashboard" There you can find Accepted and your rejected submissions You will also be notified whether a question has been approved or rejected, as well as why. Furthermore, You can also see how much money you've made from each set you've shared.