Pricing your graphic designs in a freelance marketA few words about pricing your graphic designs in a freelance market. I know this is really long, it is from an article on NAPP, from a question about pricing. I thought it would be good to share it with my friends here.</em>Pricing your graphic designs in a freelance market by rjonesdesign
Thank you for your kind remarks.
I'll jump right in and try to answer so it makes sense.
First of all, to get a real idea on what and how you should charge, I would need to see a sample of what you are selling. Another factor is what industry you want to target. Some industries pay on completely different scales than others, but still require the same amount of actual work. The advantage of working in a lower scale industry is it tends to be easier to land quick jobs. They are also local in nature, so there is a bit of one-on-one sales work that needs to be done. This can help teach you how to be confident selling your art to the higher bracket jobs. You can also get some free press (and discounted, or even free print services) by offering yo
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