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In times of economic downturn, swapping services can be an effective method for conserving cash and creating new opportunities.

"Swapping services allows an individual to make use of any professional or personal skills they have..."

Working within tight budget constraints, many individuals are increasingly utilizing the age old practice of swapping and bartering to save money as well as to open new doors. "Swapping services really allows an individual to make use of any professional or personal skills they have instead of opening up their wallet each time they need something," said Jeremy Bamford, founder of "Swapping services also has the added benefit of creating new contacts which can foster into long-term relationships," he continued.

Jeremy Bamford launched last week, with the vision of creating a free online resource for individuals to connect with people offering the services they need and vice versa. The website focuses primarily on swapping services, although the swapping of services for products is also quite popular. "The types of services people are offering on SwapRight are diverse," said Jeremy. "Anything from website development to tennis lessons, pretty much the full spectrum. As long as the swap involves a service and is legal, you are welcome to post it on SwapRight." serves to provide the initial connection between people looking to swap services, leaving the individuals to work out the specific details of the swap amongst themselves. The website is free to join and use, and was designed with simplicity in mind. SwapRight is also integrated with 'Facebook for Websites', allowing for Facebook members to join SwapRight using their Facebook account.

About SwapRight

SwapRight is a free website focusing on the swapping and bartering of services. was launched on May 17, 2010.

If you'd like more information about this SwapRight, or to schedule an interview with Jeremy Bamford, please call 303-362-5306 or e-mail info(at)swapright(dot)com

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