16 STASHED IDEAS
Bartering a fee may include:
Trading work for office space. This is fairly common. Many freelancers want an official office space that has a conference room, receptionist, better address for a more professional appearance, and other people around.
Trading for hard goods, such as groceries, office supplies, equipment or any goods the company manufactures or sells. Trading work for “exposure” is one of those lies many free work-seeking clients use. You have to weigh how much exposure is gained/work you might get vs the work required of you.
This is a common question for people wanting to leap into web design. While you should have some basic knowledge and skills when you start, you don’t need a degree in design or development to start making money.
One of the beautiful things about becoming a web designer is that you can learn as you go. As you get more experience and pick up the advanced design and coding skills, you can then branch out into specialized fields or areas of expertise.
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