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How many revisions do you accommodate?

harizsuzairy
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Hariz S Member Since: Dec 2, 2018
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Hi Upwork community,

 

When client ask "How many revisions do you accommodate?", how should I answer it? What does it mean?

 

Can someone please explain more about it?

 

Thank you!

prestonhunter
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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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re: "How many revisions do you accommodate?"

 

None.

 

When the task is done, I know that it is done. That works well for my job niche, which is technical and not so "subjective."

 

I realize that for other types of work, this may not be the norm.

 

But you're also asking what this concept means...

What it means is this:

You are a freelancer.

You are offering to do a fixed-price contract for a client.

This doesn't mean you are going to become their indentured servant forever.

You will specify exactly how many revisions they request. They can not ask for more.

You are designing a logo for their online shoe-selling website.

You specified they may ask for ONE REVISION.

You created the logo. They liked it, but asked if you could use a darker color.

You make the change. Then they need to pay you. They can not ask for more revisions.

petra_r
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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Preston H wrote:

re: "How many revisions do you accommodate?"

None.

When the task is done, I know that it is done. That works well for my job niche, which is technical and not so "subjective."

I realize that for other types of work, this may not be the norm.


It isn't.

 

Designers generally factor in up to X (from what I have seen, usually 1 to 3) revisions, which are already calculated into their price. Any further revisions are charged.

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harizsuzairy
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Hariz S Member Since: Dec 2, 2018
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Hi Petra,

 

Thank you for your opinion and explanation about it. I really appreciate it. Upwork does have a good community.

 

Thank you!

harizsuzairy
Active Member
Hariz S Member Since: Dec 2, 2018
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Hi Preston,

 

Thank you for answering my quesetion & sharing the details about this. I completely appreciate it. Upwork does have a good community.

 

Thank you!

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