If you are searching through this site chances are great that you either have a client that needs a website, or you are about to land one. Terrific! This series of ten posts outlines basic advice for WordPress website designers on how to deal with clients.
2. Don’t negotiate your rates.
There will be times when you volunteer your services or take on a project because you want to help out someone in need. We have all done this and it makes sense in a lot of situations, set out the parameters of what you are willing to do in the spirit of philanthropy. Where possible, ask the business that you donated your time to for a letter of confirmation for tax purposes or work out a trade that is mutually beneficial to both of you. If you change your price you will feel compromised from the very start which isn’t the best way to begin any project.
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