Internet marketing consulting consulting tycoon com 11 jul-2010
July 11th, 2010 Published by: ConsultingTycoon
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bigger than a Pee Wee 50. And the bike almost killed me.
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But boy did I have fun. And I learned an important lesson…
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Since then barter has been one of my core joint venture
strategies — trading my skills for everything from dirt bikes
How I Swapped a $500
Website for a $7,000 to luxury furniture to equity in my clients business.
Motorbike (Not to mention countless cases of beer!)
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One of the first website projects I did — back when I was
only charging $500 for a website — was a barter deal.
Here’s the sneaky story:
An old work colleague had just bought a brand new
Yamaha YZ125. (If you’re not into bikes, just know that’s
a crazy dirt bike like the pro motocross riders use.)
But he had a problem…
Right after he bought the bike, they released a new model!
And his wife wouldn’t let him buy the new bike because
he’d just spent a small fortune on the first one.
But the good news is he also wanted a website for his new
side business, so we worked out a little deal…
He would buy the new bike, give me the “old” one, and I
would build him a website.
(He figured his wife wouldn’t notice he had a new bike as
long as he only had one bike.)
So I built him one of my $500 websites, and he gave me
his almost brand new $7,000 bike.
(You can imagine how excited I was at landing that deal.
I still grin thinking about it.)
Now, I should mention…
I couldn’t ride — still can’t — and had never ridden anything