How Much To Charge For Freelancing

How Much To Charge For Freelancing

Charlotte Arigni
How Much To Charge For Freelancing Services

Are you a freelancer?

Do you sell your services?

Do you have trouble knowing how much you should charge?

If you answered yes to these questions, then I can help you.

I know what it’s like to freelance. As a matter of fact, I am freelancing at the time of writing this post!

It’s not easy to figure out how much to charge for your services, but I have created a foolproof way to do it.

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in or what service you sell.

My non-proprietary 4 step process will help you charge the right amount, every time.

Don’t worry about undercharging or overcharging ever again!

My 4 Step Process to determine how much to charge for freelancing

This is how I do it:

  1. Eat Number Soup (it’s like Alphabet Soup, but with numbers)
  2. Reflect on my life choices
  3. Vomit
  4. Use whatever noodle numbers are floating in the toilet bowl

There it is!

That’s my quick and simple way to know how much I should charge for freelancing services.

Though it’s easy, this method has cost me a lot of money in the past.

Maxim only had to pay me $31 for my copywriting services after I used the 4 Step Process!

Not Maxim the softcore porno magazine, but a florist whose website I built many years ago. His name was Maxim. Not Maximus, not Maximilian, not any variation that made actual sense.

But I digress.

Let me give you a few extra pointers so you can maximize (no pun intended) the results garnered from the process.

Extra Tips on using the 4 Step Process to determine how much to charge for freelancing

There are a few ways you can make the most of this method. Let’s go through them.

  1. Eat the soup quickly. The less you digest, the more numbers you will vomit.
  2. Don’t overcook your soup. If the noodles become too soggy, you won’t recognize the numbers!
  3. Don’t use salt in your soup. It will make it the experience worse when you regurgitate.

One last tip before you go!

It’s unlucky to use the same numbers for multiple projects. The Cottage Woman told me that it brings bad fortune to use a set of noodle numbers more than once. She is also the one who taught me this awesome trick.

Heaven, bless you, my sweet Cottage Woman.

Now you’re ready! Be free, my freelancing friends!

Go out and try my 4 step method to determine how much to charge for freelancing on your next project!

Share your experiences with me in the comments section or on my social media. I would love to hear your thoughts!

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About The Author: Charlotte Arigni

Hey, it's me, Charlotte Arigni (are-een-ye); you can call me Lotti for short. Anyway, I'm a professional copywriter who decided to start her own blog for fun. My website is as much a satire as it is serious, so you will laugh while you learn about Organic Copywriting from my posts!

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