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how much should i charge? stuck on an asking price

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by barselo, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. barselo

    barselo Newbie

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    Hi all.. Attn mods.. if i put this in the wrong section forgive me..

    this is whats going on.. Im a rep for a company called X inc... a smaller company called z inc wants me to redo X inc's powerpoint video sales letter and put their company logo in and remove the comapny who i represents logo.. pretty much just switch everything around which shouldnt be that hard to do in powerpoint..

    isnt this an integrity issue? how much should i charge??? whats the going rate on a video/powerpoint salesletter?

    thanks in advance for some advice
     
  2. angelas111

    angelas111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    post the "job" on gaf and see what the bids are. go with the average.

    edit....gaf is get a freelancer.
     
  3. yousefgreat

    yousefgreat Regular Member

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    I agree with Angelas...

    If you get helpless, just see how many hours this job will require and multiply your hourly wage (Whatever you think is best for you) with the total hours and charge that number...
     
  4. Fwiffo

    Fwiffo Power Member

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    to drop a logo out of powerpoint and swap another in should be like a 30 second job.

    If you are going to charge, 20-30% of what it would cost to develop should go through with fairly little hassle.

    as for the integrity question, (and this is my personal opinion) - integrity is one thing, and your own call (you have to live with yourself at the end of the day). Also consider the fact that in most industries everyone kinda knows everyone, and people talk. In the long run, reputation matters.

    Sorry for the rant, but the question was asked.