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#1 posted 01-16-2014 12:10 AM

I agree with Loren. Always ask for their budget range upfront.

If the budget number comes in too low then explain why your custom work is higher then their expectations.

Another thought is to limit your time on the upfront-work i.e., ... before-money-gets-exchanged-process, for a new customer… I would target 1 hour or so before a $ deposit is made.

I do like your website idea, something I have never done done ,but another thought is to include a price range on the projects you post… or possibly a square foot $ amount for large projects. ...

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