Barter for Web Services

Business In The Black trades for service all the time and if you think you have something to offer us that is worth $199 or more then lets hear it.

We work with all people of all colors and businesses to help them get a website no matter what it takes.

Don’t be shy, just suggest something you can offer in return.

Our designers and content editors donate time and skills to create systems for those that are less fortunate but have a “Positive Touch” product or service to provide to the community or people at large.

Any website we do for barter has to fall inside our two types of trades.

Types of barter deals:

Non Tangible Trades – The promise of future work or advertisement. These are partners that hope to have success in the future and therefore give us promise of exposure or leads. So far this has not yielded us any success so we look at these one at a time and make choice to trade or not. In any case this trade if we do it would cost the domain name and hosting for the year of $99. All labor of website installation and design is donated by BIB. We do not build your pages of content nor do we do your graphics designs but will add all the modules and features of the system to our general standards. We will also add 4 pages of content from your WORD documents without modification.

Tangible Trades – These are partners with tangible goods to trade with that BIB can actually use from day 1 like ads in newspapers, radio air time, hotel room stays, meeting room time and more. If we provide the domain name and hosting for this type of bartered system it would cost $0 for the first year and all labor of website installation and design is donated by BIB. We do not build your pages of content nor do we do your graphics designs but will add all the modules and features of the system to our general standards. We will also add 4 pages of content from your WORD documents without modification.

In some special cases we donate all if it seems like a good fit for BIB in the long run.

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