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Advice on Pricing and Approaching Agencies

Discussion in 'General Business Forum:' started by CyberWizard, May 19, 2011.

  1. CyberWizard

    CyberWizard New Member

    Hi Guys,

    I started freelancing about two years ago offering web design and hosting etc.

    I am not much of a designer as my portfolio will show you.

    CyberWizard

    I have recently made the decision that I would prefer to focus on my coding ability rather than building complete websites.

    So I have been trying to break into PSD conversion.

    I have bid on a few jobs on Elance and PeoplePerHour and managed to get myself 3 regular clients from this route. The problem with freelancing websites is you end up working for peanuts.

    So I want to advertise my services to agencies and other freelancers directly but I am unsure about what I should be charging and exactly how to approach agencies.

    Any advice about breaking into this market would be greatly appreciated.

    Do any of you guys use a PSD conversion service if so what kind of price is reasonable.

    Sorry for being a bit vague I just want to make sure I do the groundwork correctly.

    CyberWizard
     
  2. byronc

    byronc Member

    i dont use a psd service - well havn't needed to.

    welcome to the forum :icon_thumbup:
     
  3. CyberWizard

    CyberWizard New Member

    Thanks byronc

    I just want to make sure I have everything in order before I start contacting agencies directly.

    A lot of the stuff I have done through PeoplePerHour has been about £15 to £20 a page.
     

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