Questions to clients are not “optional” to address once the freelancer has taken the time to ask them in the first place. I decided to write this article as I see a tendency in clients who choose to ignore the questions they have been asked and that’s not good – neither for them, nor for their projects.
Last couple of weeks I blogged about freelancing pricing guide for our profile rate and for hourly paid work. It’s time to also discuss the fixed price jobs angel – when and how to calculate our flat rates per project.
Last week we discussed the questions to ask when deciding our profile rates. And while in most cases we use that very same profile rate as basis when applying to hourly paid projects, we still need some kind of freelance pricing guide when applying for hourly paid work, right? Here are some questions from my freelance pricing guide when working by the hour.
The discussion on my post about freelance trends in Elance indicated that there’s huge need for some kind of a freelance pricing guide. So I’ve decided to share my insights about freelance fees in the next 3 posts in the Freelance Tips category.