About
Barttar is a platform where skilled individuals, service providers and other entities can exchange their goods for other valuables.
Popular barttars include people exchanging programming skills and tutoring each other on the one aspect they have limitations in.
Barttar is open to everyone and anyone, once you have a skill, service or verified good to sell. Popular occupations found on barttar include brand strategists, graphics designers, website and app builders, coders, accountants, writers,
As a community, barttars help those with skills connect, trade and exchange expertise without the limitations of distance, currency exchange and transfer as well as time.
At Barttar, your personal item or talent can become your currency.
So, Happy barrtaring!
Tips for Barttar
Creating a barttar

Creating a barttar is easy. All you need to do is fill the short form. Fill in what you have to offer, what you want for it, where you are located and how long the offer will be open for.

Picture

Pictures give you barttars a better description that is more visual and quickly relatable. Give your barttars more identity.

Keywords

Keywords are easy ways to attract users to your trade. Use words that are related to your post for a better chance of it being found. For example use “summer clothing” when your trade is for summer clothing or “iPhone” and “mobile phone” when trading an iPhone..

Location for barttar

Add a city and country to your barttar especially when trading a good that must be exchanged e.g. a Piano, an iPhone etc. Leave blank if the barttar can be traded with anyone anywhere.

Barttar Duration

Barttar duration sets the time a barttar trade must be engaged before it runs out. Making this short might increase the frequency and chances of making a trade.

Recommending

You can recommend barttars so people can find your preferences and the very best barttars.

Sharing

You can share barttars to social media so your friends can join in as well. This will help people also discover your offers and trade with you.

Messaging

You can message anyone with an open offer on barttar to initiate a trade or commence negotiations

Mark as closed

Barttars that have been fulfilled on both sides have to be closed. You will receive a notification to confirm if barttar has been concluded

Searching

The search bar returns results in three categories: barttars, words and Users. A search for a particular word or phrase might return several different items from each category, than can be browsed all from the results page. Use search to find your friends' usernames, use it to search for a word, or to find a certain barttar. Also, clicking on any barttar keyword will execute a search based on that keyword. So, if you found a barttar about "summer", you could click that keyword to find other relevant Barttar content about summer.

Siging Up / Accounts

To sign up for barttar you need to enter your full name, password, and email. This helps us prevent spam.

The fullname is what shows up next to your created barttars, and we keep track of what you've created and closed for you. Your email details are always private and never revealed to any third parties at all. Barttar will send you some email notices under certain circumstances which are detailed in the "Email" section on this page. See the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service for more information.

Emails

Emails are sent to users only when absolutely necessary. Users will usually receive emails when changing password, confirming accounts, general announcements, and to confirm sign up from new computers.

Keywords

Keywords are easy ways to attract users to your trade. Use words that are related to your post for a better chance of it being found. For example use “summer clothing” when your trade is for summer clothing or “iPhone” and “mobile phone” when trading an iPhone.

Report

Barttar has a report feature to report users that have contravened the rules of the community, making it easier for us to track complaints and deal with these issues. It also rids the site of members who violate community rules beyond a certain number of times.