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As a beginner, try to keep your prices low, but not so low that its gives off an image of low quality. Add all the keywords that are relevant to your services. Also, along with keeping your images and description clear yet catchy, try adding proofs of your capabilities. For this, Fiverr allows you to take tests for different domains. You can also add ...


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Assuming that there isn't a significant difference between your first and subsequent figure, I think one strategy to deal with this is to frame it as a best/worst scenario where your first figure is if everything goes according to plan (which you know it probably won't) and your second figure is if some things don't go to plan. You may then be asked to ...


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That, as you posted, is a full-time employment position. It doesn't matter what they "call" it. To you, it's a full-time job with no benefits. Do you want a full time job with no benefits? If you want a full time job, don't you think you could get one with benefits? For me, I wouldn't even contemplate taking it. I'm a freelancer. I would not provide an ...


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From the information you provided: Your app does just ask 50 multiple choice questions, has no user accounts or logins, does not validate or visualize or send this data anywhere, the questions never change and I naughtily assume you are going to publish it on the play store... If these really are the parameters of the app(winkwink!), congratulations, you ...


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I believe your general approach is wrong. The fact that it's a web application is besides the point; how it actually helps clients is the only important factor. Does it help them save money, generate new clients, execute tasks more rapidly or with less errors - or something else? The pricing very much depends on the line of business and the financial effect ...


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This reads like a relatively standard contractor gig, in the UK it would risk falling under something called 'IR35', which would mean you would pay tax as an employee, so depending on where you live, there may be tax implications of taking a contract on which has you function in a similar way to a regular employee. If you do it, you would more usually ...


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Customarily, when my clients return to me to merely alter something I've already created, they do get a reduced price. Exactly because I already built what they need and they merely want to alter it. This keeps clients happy, which is always the goal. If they wanted to make a few edits to the existing site, would you charge them a fee based on an entire ...


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