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Old 11-10-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default What to charge for web site building ?

i have a client ! A small legal firm wants a web site for marketing their services and a friend recommended me. So far it looks good, but we haven't got around to talking price yet.

I have done professional programming as a contractor, but not on my own, and not for this kind of small business site.

My technical skills are good in some respects, but certainly not close to a Kelvyn level. Not much scripting, except for some JS. but I do have a good head for business issues, like marketing, and focusing the web work on useful and cost effective content. And I can borrow and modify whatever simple stuff may come up initially.

I don't have any yardstick or examples to come up with a fair hourly rate (in US dollars please). Can I get some help on this ??



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