Just got off call with prospective client. He's one that a friend has worked for before and can vouch for. We talked for about a half-hour and it led to him saying he'd send me a contract with details tomorrow (so basically an offer).
It's mostly for making small updates to his iOS apps. He said he's flexible to when I work and for how many hours I put in.
It's all hourly and not fixed-cost. He did not ask for an hourly rate though. I imagine this is his way of letting freelancers not be able to negotiate. From what my friend said before, it's generally low-pay.
What do you think? I feel like even if I'm content with the rate that I should always try to negotiate.