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Thread: Tier Pricing

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    Tier Pricing

    Hi,

    I have decided to offer web design services to small businesses in my area. These are really small businesses that I know don't bring in a large income. I would really like to work with them since most don't have a website, however, I stuck on pricing. I don't want to charge too high or too low. I researched tier pricing and it seems to be great for my plan because clients can choose a price based on their needs. I had 4 plans in mind for them to choose from.
    I am just at a standstill with what to charge.

    I am not a design expert yet with years of experience...I say that with the thought that perhaps experience would play a part in the pricing...maybe...
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Tier pricing suggests that all businesses, or at least a large percentage of them, require a prebuilt solution. This is the exact opposite of the truth for the most part. Each successful business has at least some unique attributes, and their sites need to reflect those attributes.

    My suggestion would be to quote each job based on (your hourly rate) x (however long you think it will take + roughly 20 to 25% for contingencies) and make sure you can figure out how to make each site unique.
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