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- What would you charge?
- Chip off the Ol'Proc
August 20, 2004, 7:25 pm
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Assuming SEO is about $50 to $100 per hour.(big assumption)
But a class, which is what this essentially is, takes prep time.
I'm looking to see what others might charge for this type of gig.
Chip Off the O'l Proc
Thats 'cessor not 'tology
August 20, 2004, 8:20 pm
Re: What would you charge?
Good assessment of the hourly rate. If you are a larger shop, you should be
able to get $100 - $150 per hour here in the U.S.
1 day =
8 hours instruction @ $50 = $400
8 hours instruction @ $75 = $600
I would typically add in the following;
1.) Travel Time (both to and from)
2.) Lunch costs
3.) Materials cost (cost to prepare handouts, name tags, etc.
If they are going to have five or more people attend, I would shoot for at
least $1,000 - $1,500 per day.
Make sure you leave them with something they can use! While presenting,
make sure you ask them questions ot ensure they get it. If they do not,
pause and review.
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