A barter exchange can be a great place for businesses and individuals to liquidate unneeded surplus in exchange for needed goods or services, but it takes a little know how to get a barter business off the ground. Like any business, there are successes as well as failures, so don’t simply dive in head first. [...]
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August 29th, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog, Barter News
August 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog
Got outdated or low value inventory filling your storeroom? Turn it into a commodity quickly with barter. Using modern exchange networks, virtually any product or service can be traded for another, from surplus cleaning products to printers and office equipment to even haircuts and massages. When participating in an exchange network, you trade surplus goods [...]
August 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog, Barter News
There’s certainly no free ride in this economy, and the barter exchange business is no different. It might not be a money faucet, but you can develop a lucrative, legitimate business that results in bona fied profits. Like any business, however, it takes an investment, starting with an entrepreneurial spirit and professional training by an [...]
June 6th, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog
For most, starting a business means earning a degree in the school of hard knocks, learning exactly what to do and not do through trial and error. While making mistakes starting any business is unavoidable, you can save yourself most of the headache by learning from someone who has already been there. One perfect example [...]
May 23rd, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog, Barter Blog, Barter News
A Barter exchange business is a great path to self employment, a way to meet essentials and trade goods and services. It’s no scam, and thousands of businesses and individuals do it every day. However, there is a catch. Like any business, there are winners and losers at the end of the day, and it [...]
May 15th, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog
The conquering armies of Genghis Khan were the first to spread the idea of paper money, an ideal way to facilitate the trade of the silk and other goods across an ever expanding empire. Money has been around a long time, but it’s not the beginning nor end of exchange. To get to the roots [...]
February 6th, 2008 · No Comments · Barter Blog
Optimize your barter network with The Barter Trainer Training Manuals. Learn comprehensive techniques to improve sales productivity, lead generation, operation management, broker productivity and more.