Quotes or hourly rates? Your pricing, how do you value your time?
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03-29-2006, 05:22 AM
Yes, in terms of pure cash, I am underselling myself. I am this company's complete Web team. Lol. They must be saving a lot of money!
But, on the other hand, my strategy has been to do extra/on-the-side jobs like this one over my career as a way to pad my resumé by doing things I don't get to do on my fulltime job, and then later I get a better fulltime job (not that my current fulltime job is "bad").
Anyway, this strategy has worked out well for me and I recommend it, if you're a person who loves your work. I almost can't believe I get paid to have fun everyday.
But, I do want to increase my salary (who doesn't?). And I've done that too, fairly successfully, over the past few years. The $25 (US dollars)/hour for the after hours work on this project is certainly less than I get on my fulltime job, which is also a web development position (multimedia programming, currently).
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