That all depends on the website and the amount of work being put into the site. When I build a site for a client I normally take into consideration the type of site and the amount of work that is going to be put into the site. Depending on the site, graphics, flash or no flash and any other type of extras I normally charge a base price of 250.00USD and than the price could go up depending on the extras but for a basic site that is the base price I charge clients. Hope that helps.
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
How much should I have to pay to get a new front door painted and installed?We ordered a front door for our house, but it needs to be cut to have the door knob and lock fit it, plus it needs the hinges, to be painted and to finally be hanged. How much is a reasonable price to pay for someone...
by Angela Michelle Schultz 8 years ago
How much should you pay a babysitter?I am a babysitter for four kids, and I get paid decent. But I also have a six year old little girl, and thinking about hiring a high schooler to watch her for four or five hours on a random Friday night. How much should I pay her. I live in Michigan if that...
by Reality Bytes 7 years ago
This question was asked during the last debate. No one answered it.What percentage of a workers income should the worker be allowed to keep? What is a fair share?50%, 60% what do you think?The question was asked in dollars, I have rephrased it because I am interested in those...
by dappledesigns 5 years ago
How much should I charge for advertising on my website?Should I create packages or should I just charge run of site fees?
by Anath 8 years ago
I have been asked to write 20 articles (to start with, probably 100 in total) describing products for a website. The descriptions should be between 100 to 150 words each. I have also been asked to write one weekly post for their website. Any idea How much should I charge for...
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