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    Senior Member Karloff's Avatar
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    hi, every freelance project i have done already had their own hosting set up and i now have a client who knows nothing a web design, etc. How do i host his site.

    Do i charge separatly for the hosting and make him aware of this cost?

    (same as above) but don't bother explaining hosting to him?

    arrange the hosting for him and let him deal with the fianance side?

    or something else?

    cheers

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    I'd select a good host, show him how to contact them and get an account set up, then set up the site for him (charging for it of course).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    I'd select a good host, show him how to contact them and get an account set up, then set up the site for him (charging for it of course).
    cheers thats what i was sorta thinking, but was just a bit unsure.:thumbsup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    I'd select a good host, show him how to contact them and get an account set up, then set up the site for him (charging for it of course).
    We supply to many freelancers, this seems to be the preferred method. By doing it this way it also means if there are any problems, then they can contact the host directly instead of hassling you.


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