Nathan Allotey: The Price Is Wrong

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February 19, 2018

Are you charging enough for your services? Chances are you’re not. The goal is not to get as much money as you can get but to get paid for the value you provide.

When I first started out with web and graphic design, I was charging pennies because I felt I was not good enough. For my first website, I charged $500 and the second website I charged $0 and was later paid $1,000. After comparing my work to others on the internet, I soon found others were charging $5,000 to $10,000 for a website and were not giving as much value as I was.

In this session, I share my pricing journey as well as tips on how freelancers can double what they are earning by creating a process and upgrading their professionalism to earn higher value clients.

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WordCamp Seattle 2017 35

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Nathan Allotey 2

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English 6401

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