Adrian Hoppel was recently featured in a Huffington Post article about his unique way of running his web design company. You see Adrian doesn’t charge for his services. To be clear, he gets compensated for his work…but he doesn’t charge for it. Instead, Adrian meets a prospect, listens to what they need, and then builds them a website. At the end of the project, Adrian gives it to his client as a gift. In turn, they can then either pay him in cash, or in exchange for goods and services.
Sound crazy? Maybe you should listen to this podcast and hear about how it’s going.
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