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- Geoff Berrow
July 14, 2006, 1:00 pm
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people here charge for small items that come along? Do you have a
maintenance contract to catch all these small bits and pieces or do you
charge for them individually?
Are there things you don't charge for? (reading email etc.)
Finally does anyone have or know of any software solutions for keeping
track of jobs, large or small?
Just trying to get a feel for how others do this.
Re: OT: charging for work
Geoff Berrow wrote:
I offer the client a choice between paying up front to incorporate
their site into a CMS - or to pay a monthly/yearly service contract.
For most small sites that get updated say once a month or less, then a
pay per use is usually more beneficial. If the client is simply
adding/updating/deleting content within the designed framework, then
this type of work is usually done in less than 30 minutes.
For server side programming added onto an existing site, I charge per
I do not charge for replying to emails from my clients. Nor do I charge
for all their questions after the site is released. Call it customer
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