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Answers to the questions most asked...not a simple listing of fees, but strategies for arriving at your own pricing -- Freelance Writer's Report, October 2000
At last! A book on pricing strategies for people like us!...a no-nonsense, very practical approach -- Janet Perlman, Key Words, March-April 2001 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"What to Charge is the consummate guide to all your pricing questions. Laurie Lewis provides an in-depth discussion of pricing strategies, tracking methods, establishing fees, analyzing projects, and developing contracts and agreements for professional freelancers and consultants. Her practical approach to the subject means you'll find yourself in many of the scenarios and examples presented throughout the book. Read this book with a pencil in one hand, because you will want to immediately use the formulas, suggestions, and pricing rules it contains. I'm certain you'll agree this will be one of the most practical books you'll ever purchase."--Elaine Biech, president and CEO, ebb associates inc and author of The Business of Consulting
"No freelancer should be without the sound advice on pricing strategies found in this invaluable book. Clearly written and based on real-life examples, What to Charge gives you the practical business advice you need for freelance success."--Sheila Buff, freelance medical writer and co-executive director, Editorial Freelancers Association
"I wish Laurie Lewis had written What to Charge twenty years ago! If I had known the principles she teaches when I started my freelance writing and photography career way back then, I'd have achieved my present success much more quickly."--Glenn Randall, freelance writer and photographer.
"Laurie Lewis has done a great job in presenting her ideas and strategies in a sensible, comprehensive, and easy-to-follow manner. As an experienced consultant, I thought I finally had my pricing methods honed to perfection, but her book gave me many new insights."--Larry Schloff, computer consultant --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
Lots of excellent strategies here. Perfect for newbies as well as seasoned writers.Published 5 months ago by Karen
This book was thorough and to the point. I felt it offered some great content and I actually with I would have read it a couple of years ago. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Prinnysmom
Great information on a topic that continues to be a question for many freelancersPublished 8 months ago by Camilla McLaughlin
This is an excellent short, easy-to-read guide on this important topic. Ideal for those starting out as freelancers or consultants. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Stephen Fishman
This book will be of benefit to most freelancers, novice or not. Ms. Lewis describes the use of task-based logs to help freelancers know exactly how they spend their business time... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by cmwriter
This is an articulate guide on how to price your work, whether you're a writer or a consultant in another field. This is difficult-to-find information elsewhere. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by MariaDeJ
If you're getting started as a freelance anything, this book is a good investment. Guidance in pricing strategy as well as commensurate reward. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by J. L. Fromme
As the book copy states, this is not a compendium of places, industries, and rates for 2013; it's a way of thinking about your services, the market, and how you want to get started... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Amazon Customer