> Hello everyone,
> I'm in the process of revising my db development prices, and was wondering
> what the best practices were. I want to keep my prices low, but I often
> feel like I'm not charging close to what I should be charging.
> 1) What is the going rate for Database Development (MySQL+PHP
> or any other combo)?
> 2) What (or how) do you charge for MySQL+PHP database applications?
> 3) What do you factor into your pricing?
> We currently package our prices by the project. Example, we
> would charge one flat fee for an online database application.
> This would include everything from start to finish. Sometimes
> this works out, but other times it gets painful and tedious. I often feel
> like I'm not charging as much as I should be.
> 4) What is the best practice for db development pricing?
> Flat fee or hourly based? Do you charge based on the number of hours spent
> (anticipated) or by the project complexity and/or size?
> 5) Do you charge in stages or upon completion? For example, do you charge
> after the planning phase, development phase, etc. Or, after the project
> is complete?
> I'm especially interested in hearing from the West Coast (USA) developers.
> Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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