Re: For web developers... clients that won't pay.
Originally Posted by Ltlabner
I used to be loathe to discuss the price of my products. 13 years ago I'd get all nervous and even lower my voice when discussing price. Now, hell, my products are good, we're helping the customer solve a problem and my technical knowledge is worth every penny of what we are charging.
Like I said, good luck.
I'm that way too. I really hate talking money, and sometimes feel ashamed of what I want to charge and end up doing it for a tenth of the price I know I can get. That has to stop. I'm doing a site right now that will be combining what could have been 30 websites into one. I'm charging $150 because it's for a friend, but he didn't explain the broad scope beforehand, so he knows he's getting a deal. I need to stop doing jobs for friends and get actual clients.
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