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    cost for a new website (thanks in advance!)

    hello there, i am curious about the cost of creating a website. i have been helping my friends with their sites but haven't had a real "job" until now. i have been asked to create a website like this and was curious to the project price - what amount should i ask for to create this?

    i appreciate your help and advice, thank you!!!

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    We cant discuss these things on a forum. Plus it will depend on different variables that only you can account for.

    Charge what you think your times worth by the number of hours it will take you to complete is the best answer i can give.


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    OK, thanks. Why can we not discuss this topic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mowrerpower View Post
    OK, thanks. Why can we not discuss this topic?
    There is legal issues with Collusion n for that reasons most forums, like this one prohibit us from discussing prices.


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    No matter what the rules are, we all have our own prices. We all have different demographics, geographic location, experience, expertise, and most of all, we all have different reasons for programming. Some of us (like myself), just do it for the fun of it. I don't have to make a living at it. That makes a huge difference in what I charge compared to someone else. It just cannot be accurately answered.


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    Quote Alot. Charge Alot.

    That is my number one recommendation. It is much harder to sell yourself short in the begining and work your way to the top then it is to charge alot of money and put every penny you have charged the client into resources and time.

    Why do I suggest this? This is why.

    The better pr;oduct you are able to produce the more likely you will get bigger clients on your next contract. Invest every penny you get from the contract into things like designers, copy writers, link builders, SEO experts... DO NOT do it all yourself. No one is an expert in every field. follow these tips and one day you might do this as full time job like many of us here.

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    Last edited by TheGAME1264; May 19th, 2015 at 08:37 PM.


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