Wealthy Web Writer Bartering Challenge

In this week’s issue of Wealthy Web Writer, Mindy Tyson McHorse taught readers how to effectively barter their services to land new clients, and receive some pretty big payoffs as well. WWW member Julie Gubler told Mindy …

I belong to a bartering group … and I have gotten work from someone across the country. The client paid me to write articles … paid me for the research as well as the writing. It has been great because now I have a couple of samples to show other clients.”

If you missed the article, you can read it here.

Try Bartering and Win a Copy of Nick Usborne’s Copywriting 2.0

Ready to give bartering a shot? Use it to land a new client and you could win a free copy of Nick Usborne’s Copywriting 2.0, the authoritative guide writing web copy that converts.

It’s all part of the Reality Blog Challenge, a series of monthly contests from the Wealthy Web Writer’s Reality Blog, which is open to all Wealthy Web Writer Platinum Members.

Remember, bartering your web-writing services is a win-win. It’s an easy way to land a client, get a sample for your portfolio, and even get a positive testimonial if all goes well. It can even bring you a value higher than any cash compensation. Plus, it’s fun — you might discover a new hobby you’re good at.

Stretch your bartering rewards even further and compete in the Reality Blog Challenge!

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Published: April 22, 2010

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