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Nov 04, 2007 3:59 pm re: Prices

Mitch Mitchell
The question about charging is always a complicated one. As Hank says, it all depends on what your customer wants.

Personally, I charge by the hour, because I find that what the customer asks for up front usually ends up being much different once I'm done. For instance, they may ask for only 4 pages, but suddenly it's up to 10 pages, and of course each one has to be optimized properly, which sometimes means time in research and rewriting their copy. I will alter the price depending on who it is; some folks I charge as little as $50 an hour, whereas others I'll charge upwards of $125 an hour. And there are always incentives to the clients that I offer, based on many different factors.

So, there you go; not a concrete answer, but one I hope is relevant.


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