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Episode #1109
Should You Charge on an Hourly, Monthly or Yearly Basis?
August 14, 2019

In episode #1109, we discuss how you should structure your pricing plan. Tune in to hear how you should charge your customers.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s Topic: Your Pricing Plan
  • [00:30] Should you charge hourly, monthly, or annually?
  • [00:35] When you trade hours for dollars, you cannot scale.
  • [02:04] You just need steady income, so make sure there is a contract for at least a year, no matter how you bill.
  • [03:05] Monthly is fine, but yearly is ideal.
  • [03:15] If you can’t get customers to commit to a year, get them to commit to less time, but not month by month.
  • [03:40] Neil has made money by charging an hourly rate, so it’s not a complete fail.
  • [04:02] When you’re starting out, take whatever you can get.
  • [04:10] That’s it for today!
  • [04:16] To attend our Growth Accelerator Mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information and to apply.

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