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Here are tips for bartering 3D Tours for hotel rooms, restaurant gift certificates and service business with spaces:
✓ Tip: How to Get an Upgrade on Your Hotel Room
✓ Hotel Treats Matterport Photographer to Six-Start Experience
✓ Matterport on Vacation
✓ Matterport Pro 3D Camera Photographers: 11 Tips for Capturing Magical 3D Models of hotel rooms
Whether you are just starting out - or a seasoned Pro - bartering is a great way to:
✓ build your portfolio
✓ practice scanning (small spaces can be challenging)
✓ cash out
✓ get inquires for paid gigs
What have you traded for (and how did that happen)?
P.S. In Dan's Tip of the Week #5, I go into detail about the barter deal I did for these hotel rooms.
(Dan's Tip of the Week gets emailed to Members of the We Get Around Network Forum. (Another great reason to join the free Forum!)
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|I have done 3 trades so far. All three places I was already associated with in some form which gave me a little more of an "in".
1)I traded a scan of my local jujitsu gym for a year membership. And continued hosting included 50% continued years of membership.
2) Traded scan pictures and hosting for 1 year membership ship at Rock climbing facility with same continued hosing for 50% of my membership.
3) Just last week I traded a scan of two sky resorts in my local area for season passes for my nephew and I. This one was just a simple email to the local facility with what we offer.
Doesn't hurt to ask and remember to value your product and time wisely. And remember what you are asking for does not cost them as much money as they charger for it. For examples season ski passes may cost them $50 a year but they sell the. For $365.
Hope this inspires others.
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|"The IRS wants to remind small business owners that the fair market value of property or services received through barter is taxable income. Bartering is the trading of one product or service for another. Usually there is no exchange of cash."
4 Things to Know About Bartering
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