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How much do you usually pay for an infographic?

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by davidhupusa, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. davidhupusa

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    Hi good people of BHW

    I've seen some good talents here on the forum and was wondering if both buyers and sellers can tell me what most people are willing to pay for a piece of good infographic design?

    My friend and I might want to set up a service and we're wondering how "hot" the infographic scene is now... Thanks!
     
  2. Hawkster

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    I never used such a service, not yet anyway.

    Why not go ahead and create one, and ask people what they would pay for it.
     
  3. Ramse

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    I've read on Neil Patel's blog that he pays around $200 for his infographics.
     
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    yeah go ahead, create a service and adjust your pricing to reflect the pubilic poll results! :)
     
  5. Jazmine

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    The infographic scene indeed IS still hot. I think they key is to check most of the providers' threads here and see what kind of prices they command. You should maybe add "add-on" features/pricing like Fiverr for impatient clients :)
     
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    I used once on $70 before 4-5 months.
     
  7. omghotgirl

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    I also didn't try any service like this. I will try out this soon and than will tell you ;)
     
  8. pulsedog

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    This is the answer for me. ;)
     
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    Checkout fiverr & Seo clerks, you'll get a rough figure out of it.
     
  10. dudeguy

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    I agree with you :D
     
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    There is no need to pay for graphics. I will design myself.
     
  12. cartoonguy

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    I will do the same. :D
     
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    If I will need I will check on SEOClerks for the price.
     
  14. bretonel

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    have you tried infographic.ly?
     
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    There's many free infographic creators that give made templates with plenty of customization options which lets you create a cool infographic while still looking different from everyone else.
     
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    Personalize one really depends on you yourself.

    Let me give you an example how much you should charge!
    Don't listen to those people who gives you exact quotes telling you " THIS IS THE BEST PRICE GUARANTEE CUSTOMER GONNA FLOCK YOU ".

    Most of the time you'll get over worked when its too cheap and you'll get no clients when its too expensive.

    Research on how to charge your client on google but never go by hourly rates, trust me my friend :)

    STEPS TO FUCKING SUCCESS!
    1. If you've no client proceed to step 2 - THIS IS TO TEACH YOU HOW TO HANDLE CLIENTS.

    First ask your client what do they want in their infographics then let them know you'll take this amount of hours and and you'll need to research to really personalize it for them, and yes they have to pay you while you research. Tell them this is not some form of game going on the internet and playing hide and seek its really to go out there to make sure their infographics is ON FLEEK!

    Its like you're a specialist in a area of graphic designs. Most graphic designs do everything that why their value will never be high because they are jacks of all trade master of none.

    2. You need to know yourself, try doing a project yourself for a already existed company.

    Time yourself and see how long will you take to do a project, roughly gauge how good are you at what you're doing.

    3. Ask yourself do how much do you think you're worth hourly, for starting out 40-60$ per hour is good. Since you're doing only a specific DESIGN GROUP which is only specialize in infographics
    YOU SHOULD CHARGE WAY HIGHER THAN THE PRICE I GAVE YOU, why ? Because you're specialize, you don't go to a fucking doctor and say give me painkiller you go to the dentist!

    4. NOW, Always give yourself 2-3 hours to research and brainstorm and yes you have to charge this to your client.

    5. NOW DO YOUR MATH.

    For example:

    You take 4 Hours to do a project and 2 hour of research and revision depending on how many times the client wants.

    So it will be 80$ x 6 + 80$ = 560$.

    NO SHITTING YOU, this is what you should charge depending on how much you think you're worth and make sure you explain to your clients what they are getting.

    And also you can always tell them first client promotion is always 30% off, if they like your design they'll probably continue working with you trust me.
    PRICE IS NO EVERYTHING.
     
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  17. Mikaelo

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    I've found especially when it comes to graphics that you get what you pay for.

    Chances are you are going to be using it for content marketing or similar. Invest in the right graphic designer that will create a unique infograph tailored to whatever your topic is. Infographs are an amazing engagement tool and when utilised well can generate great results.

    Best of luck!
     
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    I used once on $30 before 2-3 months.
     
  19. ClippingCreative

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    An infographic should always be creative. I tried at the last month for my website. And I have found the price with between $15 to $50 for infographics based on complexity.
     
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    may be around $200 to $300