Availing free services for profit? How is it possible?
Andrew Hiddleston, owner of LeanMeanMarketing.com, top producer of quality marketing news, reviews, online business tactics, SEO, and advertising website had asked the same questions, found the answers and now, is sharing it to the whole world. Read on.
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“The one thing that I think not many people think about is bartering. I'm not talking about trading eggs for chickens or something like that. I'm talking about bartering business services that you can offer to another business in exchange for services that you need. That might sound challenging if you've never done it before but I can tell you right now that a lot of businesses will jump at the opportunity if you simply just approach them in a professional manner. I used to make use of it on a regular basis,” says Andrew Hiddleston, expert marketer and conversion specialist.
This means of doing business has been used and employed by ancient merchants to get and attain what they need to sustain and live life. In other words, bartering, has been a part of our culture and way of life since before and still exists and can nurture a website when done strategically.
“There are tons of businesses out there that would be happy to provide you a service that they can provide very easily in exchange for services that they would maybe have to pay a lot for or would have to find a professional to do it.”
Hiddleston elaborates the idea and shares, “If you're an SEO professional or SEO is your main source of income and maybe you are to launch a new website and you need a logo, a video, or some type of design element, you can go ahead and contact a design company. You can offer them your services or the things you master at in exchange of something you need. See if they will provide you the logo at no cost in exchange for some SEO services (http://www.seosenate.com/
Consider the following if you are interested to take on a barter:
First, make an inventory of what you can do. Take down some notes of your own services/products
Have an approximate value in which you can trade your listed services or products
• Determine what you need
• Make a list of vendors or service providers that can help you
• Contact those providers in a professional manner and tell them what you’d like to do
He reminds, “You may not get the first approval of your proposals and some people may say no. That is inevitable. On the other hand, I guarantee you some people will take you up on a deal.”
“You should always exchange retail value for retail value and that you make sure you're getting the most value for your services.”
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