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Charge what you feel you're worth, is all it comes down to. Hard to put a number out there for ya.
It's easy to hear the "am I charging too much" voice in your head, and you shouldn't rake a client over the coals, for sure. Production and design cost $$$ though, and you should get your piece.
rate your skills from 1-10
multiply it by 10
that's your hourly rate
depend on the client, is it Nike or Timmy's Muffins?
I charge more based on the client and the project. If it's a huge agency, then much more than a small business.
If I have some grunt work during a slow period, I don't change as much as creative projects.
If you're stuck with a recruiter, you haggle with them as much as you can which isn't that much.
hourly is old school. now it's value based.