Today is day nineteen of the video blogging challenge, and I have two things I wish talk with you about, and one of them is bartering.
I made a video to explain what the barter entails. Watch the video or read the text.
Watch the Video:
Day 19 – Video Blogging Challenge from Bonnie Gean
Way to Go, Crystal Touchton!
Crystal decided to take me up on my challenge to create a clown image with PowerPoint. Imagine my surprise when I logged onto Facebook and found this picture waiting in my mailbox:
I think she did a wonderful job and deserved a round of applause for her efforts. If you have time before you leave today, please leave a comment and let Crystal know what you think of her masterpiece.
Barter for Graphics
The other topic I would like to discuss with you today also has to do with graphics because I am in quite a pickle. Let me explain…
I am currently providing 2D and 3D graphics to several PLR vendors. I am a PLR vendor too, but when I work on graphics for them, I don’t get work done for my personal store.
The problem is that I want to do such a fantastic job for my customers that I neglect to find the time to complete my work. It goes unfinished, and this is not a good thing!
I should have outsourced my work to fill my PLR store with stock, but I failed to do this, and now, I would rather work with someone within my community circle.
I need to get written content ready for my latest PowerPoint package. I am looking for a partner who is willing to do some writing for me. In exchange, I will create some graphic packages for her PLR store.
If you’re looking for infographics, social media images, headers, promotional banners, etc., either for personal or commercial use, let’s talk!
It’s time-consuming work to produce graphics, but I want to make sure the partner gets a fair deal when working with me too.
If you’re willing to write some articles or reports for me, I would like to speak with you. You can reach me through my contact form or email; whichever is easiest for you.
I am uncertain if this is a monthly thing or not. It’s probably safe to say it will be a sporadic partnership at first, but could blossom into something constant later on down the road.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Do you think you would be interested in this type of bartering arrangement? Leave a comment below and let me know!
Thanks for reading,
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