5 Things To Help You Know How Much To Charge

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I loved it a couple of months ago when Aetuts+ editor Adam Everett Miller sat down with us and had a frank chat about what it means to be a professional. Well, he’s at it again.

In this video, Adam dons his Firefox t-shirt and invites us into his lounge room to chat about how much to charge. If you need to charge clients for your work this video’s a must-see.

You’ll find the original post on Aetuts+ here.

  • Anthony

    Hi. This was quite helpful. Much appreciated. It’s good to hear something that positively orients you, and maybe answers questions you did not even know you had!

  • http://kvendrik.com Koen Vendrik

    I always tell my clients my hourly rate is $50 but I always say like hea listen, if your on a tight budget then we can arrange something. Is this a good thing or do you guys think I should just say $50 an hour take it or leave it. Let me know what your thought are on this.

  • http://blackcardinal.com Tia

    Thank you so much for your video. It was very informative. I appreciate your insight.