Here’s why I hate the saying “charge what you’re worth.”
It’s a cop-out.
It allows people to keep their prices to themselves and not admit they have NO idea what they should be charging either.
Want to know how I price my services + charge for my creative time?
Want to build a signature service + attract high-paying clients?
I share my pricing strategy, the model I use to package my services, and my system for capturing how many hours I really spend on each project in the latest i made a thing podcast.
Topics discussed in this episode:
Why do people say “charge what you’re worth?” And what does that even mean?
Hourly vs project pricing. What are the options?
How do you price creativity and great ideas?
Discounting – When is it OK? How do you do it?
How do you package your services?
Should you keep prices low and get more clients OR charge more and work with less people?
What’s the deal with chasing invoices and creating payment plans?
Resources discussed in this episode:
How to work out your hourly rate.
Rachel explains why she packages up her services.
Why you’re not charging enough for your work, and how to change that.
Should I put my prices on my website? (Psst, you should!)
Which pricing structure is right for your freelance project?
This book will help you talk pricing and payment.
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