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DZetko
3y

Told client my hourly rate. He agreed but only gave me 20 minutes to do the work...πŸ˜€

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  • 32
    Build a mockup and sell him support hours to make it function "properly". Because fuck cheap ass clients.
  • 1
    @shdw Savage! xD
  • 4
    Is hourly rate a thing? I thought people charged per project.
  • 0
    @GodHatesMe Honestly, it depends on your skill level and area of expertise. I live in a country where a good programmer would charge about $20+ per hour.
  • 0
    @620hun In my country it is more common to charge per hour. IMO πŸ˜€
  • 1
    @ClemFrieckie Just a small edit in code. Of course the job took longer, but the client wanted to save money so he wanted all to be done in a fraction of an hour. xD
  • 7
    @DZetko that's cool, I charge per hour or part there of, so 20min or 60min still costs the same,i don't a fuck bill by the minute.
  • 3
    Let hourlyRate = $20
    That is why you should say “\(hourlyRate) per hour for a minimum of 4 hours”
    So if you do it in 20 mins he still has to pay for a minimum of 4 hours
  • 0
    @RTRMS Same here. That's why he was out of luck with his 20 minutes only...πŸ˜‚
  • 1
    @alexmrabin That's a valid point. Might do it so next time.
  • 0
    @DZetko good luck my friend
  • 0
    @alexmrabin Thanks. ;-)
  • 7
    Oh my...104 ++? Thanks guys! *meanwhile*
  • 0
    Tip: charge client for consultation giving them few free hours upfront. Saved me a lot of my time.
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