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  • Writer's pictureEOA Commerce Network


Savvy members of EOA make new connections, increase sales, and conserve their cash, by incorporating barter into their day-to-day lives, simply by spending trade dollars instead of cash, whenever possible.

  1. Repairing & Maintaining Their Vehicles

  2. Taking Clients Out for Lunch

  3. Printing Business Cards and Flyers

  4. Repairing & Maintaining Their Business Facilities

  5. Having Your Bookkeeping and Taxes Done

  6. Rewarding, and Motivating Staff with Incentives

  7. Rewarding Loyal Customers with Parties and Events

  8. Updating Website

  9. Paying for Advertising and Marketing

  10. Hiring SEO Services

  11. Having Business or Family Photos Taken

  12. Personal Vacations

  13. Janitorial and Maid Services

  14. Medical and Dental Services

  15. Getting Your Hair Cut

  16. Paying for Your Kid’s Birthday Party

  17. Taking Your Pet to the Vet

  18. Going to the Gym or Yoga Studio

  19. Taking Care of Your Health (Nephropathy, Acupuncture, etc.)

  20. Entertainment and Dining, both personal and business

For more ideas, call your broker.

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