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If you know what you're looking for but can't afford it or if you'd rather trade your skills or expertise and make an agreement without exchanging or using money, then you can use the WTT Section.
Below I will show you how you can find and use the WTT section:
First of all you'll have to find the Want To Trade section. If you haven't verified your phone number you will see this page:
Enter your number and press "verify". You'll then receive a verification code on your phone. I received? the verification code within 15 seconds. It's a very quick and easy verification process.
Enter the verification code and press "verify".
Your phone is now verified and you can proceed to the WTT section.
The first thing you need to do is to press "Create a WTT here".
Next you'll see this page:
This is very straightforward. You enter the necessary details, what you want, description and what you will trade.
Enter the maximum days to complete, the bidding time and skills required to accomplish the project. Upload an image and press "Submit".
There you have it. Your first Want To Trade. Good luck!
WTT section can be useful for number of reasons. Not just because if you can't afford some services. When i first started as freelancer at Seoclerks i used WTT to exchange some followers on Seoclerks and also i get some really good things in exchange for my services. It's not widely used by many members but it have great potential and i am actually glad we have that as option here.
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I think that it is a good option to have. I personally never used it and it was through this post that I learnt a bit about it, so thanks for that. I agree that there may be some cases where one feels that trading is more feasible than paying in terms of money. I think that this could be really useful when you know that you need a service from a seller, and this same seller is happy to get a service from you rather than be paid in cash. But it needs to be a win-win agreement for both.