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mike montagne21-Mar-07 10:09
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Hourly charges allow for abuse. Jobs should be by contract unless there is something about the job which is so hypothetical its cost cannot reasonably be projected (accurately enough to be bound by contract). A person who maintains a real estate website at $50 per hour is very expensive if they produce 1 or 2 pages an hour. A person who produces higher quality pages at a rate of 20 or 30 pages per hour however (by pre-designed format of course) can make 2-300$ per hour at $10 per page. In the 90's purported web boom (false), the Industry Standard (a principal e-magazine about the false boom) published figures showing per-page costs to be in the $1,000 range in the early 90s, to $1,300 per page or so in the later 90s. If I could have found those clients, I'd have made many millions. In truth, much web development competes with relatively amateur technical skills. If you make good earnings, it almost certainly will have to be by contract and high skill. There should be few clients these days willing to hire anyone by the hour.
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