20 comments

  • Mark RedmanMark Redman, 2 years ago

    Hi Elliot, Have a look at Flippa, looks like a good place to sell websites, apps and domains. Mark

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  • Mihai SerbanMihai Serban, 2 years ago

    You can also try to sell it on transferslot.com :)

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  • Jamie K, 2 years ago

    It seems like none of the current posts on it are real (try clicking the links or googling the companies listed in the posts)

    Is that done on purpose to illustrate how the site would be used or are you being dishonest about the activity level of the site?

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    • Elliot James, 2 years ago

      They are dummy posts yes to show how the site works. No dishonesty, thank you Jamie.

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  • Robin GoyalRobin Goyal, 2 years ago

    Interested in buying it

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  • Tait BrownTait Brown, 2 years ago

    Really cool idea. At least in Australia these perks are still taxable which could be a bit of a risk you would need to communicate to participants.

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  • Mattias HMattias H, 2 years ago

    Interesting concept. What's the real benefit, as a designer, to get paid in perks rather than money?

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    • Elliot James, 2 years ago

      Yeah exactly! It’s based online Gift Economy

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      • Mattias HMattias H, 2 years ago

        Could you elaborate? :) To me "gift economy" is about giving, without expecting something in return. From my understanding this site is more in line with"barter economy". Which i still find Interesting, but what's the benefit, as a designer, of getting payed in perks rather than money?

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    • Andrew Hersh, 2 years ago

      No taxes.

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      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 2 years ago

        You can avoid tax by dealing with cash also, with the added benefit being that cash can help you buy food or pay for your rent.

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        • Elliot James, 2 years ago

          Or you could receive food as a Perk ;) But I think it goes without saying the differences between cash and perks haha.

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    • Josh Sanders, 2 years ago

      I think the answer is pretty obvious: if a designer sees value in trading their skills for something in return, then they can do so. It would benefit them in whatever way they perceive the value.

      Asking a single person to quantify the benefit or value of a service from someone else's perspective (or an entire industry since you're stating designers as a whole) is quite silly.

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  • Art VandelayArt Vandelay, 2 years ago

    I'd love to chat about buying, what's the best way to reach you?

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