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I feel like my hourly rate is too low. What do you think is a good rate to charge per hour?
I charge between $40 - $70 depending on the skill set that I have to use and the circumference of the client's neck. If I set it up too high then I have turn a lot of people who come to me in need of help, If I set it too low then bigger clients might not take me as serious. Interesting thing is the higher the rate the more committed clients are.
Where do you live
Who are your clients
What type of work do you do
How long have you been working
Jim, detroit, etc
what is your hourly rate, and what is it that you do?
Kind of a useless question without a location, job role etc. I'm pretty familiar with this stuff as I hire freelancers all the time, but your question is too vague to give a proper answer.
If your clients always say yes without any hesitation, you're too cheap
For the eleventh time. If you don't know what to charge, you should be serving upsized combo's.
if you can pay your rent with in one weeks work. that's a good pay.
Around $100 for things you can do in your sleep,
Around $50 or so with things you are familiar with and you need to research and learn new things.
I charge 200 $ a day (25$ hour) for motion design...I am cheap because my work is shit and I am an asshole!
^ can I hire you for a project?
minute rate x 60 = done
'Interesting thing is the higher the rate the more committed clients are.'
Makes perfect sense. The higher they pay, to more it is in their interest that they get their money's worth.
I haven't worked hourly in years. I prefer day rates. I work fast.