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Take a day off and meet the ...
15th March 2010, 12:16 PM #76
Thanks, how do you go about arranging the deliverables around your day job?
Take a day off and meet the customer? Agree of email? phone?
20th March 2010, 09:03 PM #77
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I would agree with Mossj, his approach is more business like than 'how much per hour'.
Originally Posted by mossj
I created a site for a large company recently and had to involve another company to provide the day by day support (I'm a network manager in a school) so one didn't overlap with the other. I also look after a primary school website I created a few years ago and charge them about £125 annual upkeep which is maybe more in line with what you are talking about. There was a £1k initial outlay, the site had a custom made backend that allowed staff to update their class pages easily.
It's not about taking advantage, some prices mentioned here are silly. It's about doing work you are proud off, can support and making sure you are first and foremost doing the job you are getting paid for
12th November 2010, 11:06 AM #78
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go for a fixed fee for website development as people these days are not interested in hourly rates...and the amount depends upon the features they require in website..
6th March 2014, 05:40 AM #79
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Im mostly going to utilize models to spare time and cash. I need essentially utilize the U-Design model for Wordpress since its basically like as custom as you can get without making everything yourself. My administrations in the web configuration might incorporate SEO, Social Media (made business records and setting it up to keep site plan que's). I've perused alot about what amount I ought to charge for an administration like this and alot of the articles i've perused say around $1500 to $2500 and keep at least $1000. What im having inconvenience comprehension is the means by which some bigger organizations are making sites for individuals for just $500, that might not work for me since with the measure of work and time I use on a customers site I wouldn't profit whatsoever in the long run.
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