We understand that helping others get their product or service online contributes to the overall local economy. We figured, what better way is there to help get small businesses online than to do so without them having to break the bank?
Layton, UT (PRWEB) July 02, 2014
Utah Sites is a Layton web design company comprised of born and raised Davis County locals. Like many other small businesses in the current economy, they're sick of big corporations. So, what are they going to do to shake things up? Not take your money.
The web development agency announces a radical new approach to white collar economics - work for trade. The group says that they'll continue to build websites for trade, so long as time permits. And, so far the idea has been a smashing success.
Founder and President, Damon Burton, comments, "We're always trying to innovate not only the opportunities for our business to grow, but also how to interact with our local community." He continues, "We understand that helping others get their product or service online contributes to the overall local economy. What better way is there to help get small businesses online than to do so without them having to break the bank?"
With the cost of custom web designs limited only by the imagination basic websites, not everyone has the funds to invest in a website. However, the new "work for trade" policy has shown that most people do have other goods they're willing to offer.
Mr. Burton remarks, "The things that people and businesses have offered for trade has made for great conversations."
Items considered for trade by the Utah website design company has included business supplies to personal effects, antiques, to unique odds and ends.
- trade work
- gift certificates
There are no specific guidelines as to what Utah Sites will consider for trade. Interested parties are encouraged to simply reach out. Stick it to the man and say "no" to cash. Visit Utah Sites online at http://www.UtahSites.com or call them at 801-774-9999.