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Reality Blog: Should You Set Your Fees By the Project Or By the Hour?

Reality Blog: Should You Set Your Fees By the Project Or By the Hour?

August 21, 2019 | By Tammy Powell | 1 Comment

How do you determine how long a project will take you?

To some extent, it comes with practice. But at the same time, I find that surprises may pop up along the way.

For example, I had a recent project that took much longer than expected. It was a relatively short web page, but it came with a lot of background materials to read through and needed an extra round of edits after the first draft.

I made the mistake of undercharging, since at initial glance it looked like a fairly straightforward, simple page. Here’s how I hope to avoid having that happen again…

 



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  • I think charging by the project is better than by the hour. I work in quarter and half hours and keeping track would be difficult. Scheduling time would be easier too.

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