WEB freelance issues

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  1. nextfactor

    nextfactor New Member

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    I'm new to the whole freelance thing and definitely need to get a better contract (any suggestions?)

    Anyway, I have this client for whom I did a website, designed and then coded. They were pretty difficult with the whole ("make it stand out, make it pop".. refer to comic book a couple of threads down :squint:) But finally I got a finalized design and I built the site, now, just after we are done.. they want to change the home page, move this here and that there like I can just pick up things with a mouse and move it. I almost feel like quitting but I have the potential to make about $6000 off this client next year.

    Whats the best way to address the issue? Would you find it offensive if I would say that this was the last revision that I would do and after that we would have to rewrite our agreement for more work to be done?
     
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    Yahdude New Member

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    If they agreed to the finalized design they best be paying for the changes now.

    Who cares about $6 next year from a nightmare client? Find better ones if they're gunna not hire you cause you actually want to get paid for your work.
     
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    charge by the hour
     
  4. nextfactor

    nextfactor New Member

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    Thanks for you input everyone.
     

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