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05-22-2008, 06:35 PM
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It's true that you might want to think of a per hour rate. This is crucial when there becomes long-lists of micro-variations and little things that the client asks for that combine to take up a lot more time then you had initial budgeted.

One way to do this is come up with a project price, divide by hours you estimate it will take, and then add alittle bit of cushion space for additional work and for bonus. Not sure exactly but maybe 10%?

Good luck, but expect if you are a freelancer getting compared to some firms that you are most likely going to be the one on the cheapside.

Don't be afraid to ask to get paid what the final product is worth and not just how much you think what you put-in to it is worth.

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