Set Your Freelance Rate - What The Hell Do You Charge As A Freelance Web Designer?

Ken Westgaard
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So what DO you charge as a freelance web designer?

At some point I’m sure you’ve asked yourself the exact same question.

There’s no easy answer, and to make it even harder you've got clients asking for discounts or worse, complaining about your price. And what do you do then?

You give the client a discount or simply lower your rate and devaluing yourself.

“Sound advice and insight for freelancers looking to make that step up and tackle the difficult subject of pricing your services.”Greg White

Stand out and take your business to the next level

In this book you’ll learn more than what an hourly rate calculator will tell you.

By avoiding being a commodity, you’ll separate yourself from every single freelancer out there. You want to go from being a freelancer to becoming a professional, consultant or a business owner. You actually have to change your mindset.

To separate yourself even more, you need to understand your clients and listen to their problems. Only then can you find a solution. Remember that you are a problem solver!

Of course we’ll talk about setting your hourly rate. It’s a good place to start, but you want to take it one step further. But it doesn’t end there, because you probably have some existing clients and how do you raise your rate without loosing them.

” You’ll use it as a handbook when you need help to focus.” - Veronika Berg

There also the need to justify your rate when a client is questioning it. And trust me when I say, never ever negotiate your rate.

I’m sure you’ve been asked to do a job for free, because of no budgets, etc. And you know what, sometimes it's OK to work for free, but only if it benefits you.

Should you charge more for a rush job? Yes, because your time is valuable. You don’t want to be working nights and weekends for pennies.

After you’ve read this book you will

  • Go from a freelancer to a pro
  • Value your time
  • Set your rate with confidence
  • Raise the rate on existing clients
  • Pick a pricing strategy
  • Never negotiate your rate


Learn how 12 other gurus in the web industry started out and how they raised their rates! To name a few, Brent Weaver, Justin Jackson, Kurt Elster, Marie Poulin, Philip Morgan and more!

What others say about the book

"Ken's book is a great introduction that should be mandatory for every freelancer to read before taking on clients. He breaks down pretty much every barrier I have had in my freelancing career in regards to pricing projects, raising your rates, and negotiating prices. Ken wrote one of the best value packed guides I have read in a long time. Do yourself a favor and pick up this book."

- Tom Siodlak

"I wish I would have had this book five years ago. You will learn to price your freelance rates and projects more appropriately. Then build confidence in how you approach new clients. This is a skill that takes time to perfect. This was an easy to read book, packed with great advice."

- Alex Harris

"Ken has created an easy to read, practical guide with a fantastic approach to pricing, marketing and selling freelance services at prices that reflect the value you deliver. Read it, absorb it and most importantly take action on the information in these pages and you will build yourself a better, more profitable freelance business."

- Shellstar (Amazon review)

The ball is in your court

Don't waste your time wondering, you'll have earned back this investment as soon as you raise your rate!

Let's take the next step together and grab your copy right now by clicking the «I want this» button! 

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  • Over 60 pages as a PDF Ebook
  • Size866 KB
  • Length61 pages
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