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Billing

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Maria Rosa A Member Since: Mar 18, 2019
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Any idea on how much to bill on - Copy 40 Pages Of Text From Scan Put Into Word Doc, and this just within the day as requested by the client.

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Jennifer R Member Since: Sep 15, 2017
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Maria Rosa A wrote:

Any idea on how much to bill on - Copy 40 Pages Of Text From Scan Put Into Word Doc, and this just within the day as requested by the client.


If you haven't seen the 40 pages, it is best with an hourly contract.

If you have an idea how long it will take you, you can go for a fixed rate.

 

Before starting any work make yourself more familiar with Upwork and how everything works.

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Maria Rosa A Member Since: Mar 18, 2019
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Thanks Jennifer Smiley Happy

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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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Billing is simple: Use an hourly contract at your profile-posted rate.

 

The client can evaluate your work after an hour. Or even after 30 minutes. If you are producing work that has the quality she needs, and at a value she appreciates, she can continue to let you work on the project.

 

This is fair for both sides.

 

There is no way to provide a fixed-price contract bid unless you see all the input files first. Who knows what could be hidden among the files?

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