Before I joined a trade exchange, I had some not so great experiences in trading services. I learned that this was because for some reason, many business owners want to treat transactions differently when they trade services instead of perform services for cash. It says that they don’t respect the trade revenue as much as […]
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Do You Barter?
By Anthony Kirlew on January 23, 2012 in Barter, Doing Business on Trade
Many business owner trade services in lieu of spending cash, also known as bartering. Very often this is not an equitable transaction, poor records are kept, and in the end it can damage relationships. I have bartered the old fashioned way in the past, and I had some bad experiences myself. I usually felt that […]
How Many Forms of Payment Does Your Business Accept?
By Anthony Kirlew on January 18, 2012 in Barter, Doing Business on Trade
There are many keys to doing business successfully, and one of them is the different ways you are able to accept payments from clients. Perhaps its obvious that if you can take more forms of payment, you can do more business. What may not seem obvious is all of the ways that you can take […]