No Checkbook Required

Current economic conditions dictate that businesses, groups and organizations of all types must alter their preceptions of how to do business in order to survive. Businesses that refuse to change and are unable to cope with the increasingly difficult economic situation are doomed to failure. We recognize the fact that not everyone has the money necessary to a get quality custom website.

That's why Apheus Web Design is now accepting barter in exchange for our website design services. It may sound strange at first, but when you think about it, barter is a method of payment that has existed for thousands of years.

The lastest economic recession has created a surge in bartering. The whole process of bartering for goods and services has become widely popular as a viable alternative to cash transactions. It actually makes good business sense to accept barter.

The Kind of Websites We Build

Apheus builds websites for many different types of businesses, groups and organizations. We can even build personal web spaces. All of our websites are built using the versatile concrete5 CMS platform. If you can dream it, we can build it, with some limitations.

What We Accept as Barter

Every bartering situation is different, but we are willing to accept many forms of barter as payment for our website design services. We're open for suggestions, so be creative! We're also willing to accept "partial payments" in barter with the remainder payable by cash, check or credit card.

What We Don't Accept as Barter

The fact of the matter is that we do not accept every barter proposal. Sometimes, the goods or services offered simply do not interest us or are a bad match for our business. Also, don't expect a stellar website in exchange for a bag of potatoes - don't try to cut us short. Every website requires a great deal of time to design and develop and our time is extremely valuable.

How to Get Started

The best thing to do is to contact us and we will work through all of the details over the phone, in person, or via email. Bartering can sometimes be a tricky business, so be prepared to enter into lively negotiations!