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How much should I charge for videos like this?



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How much should I charge for videos like this?

Hello,

I have made a video for my client shown in the link below.



How much should I charge for my service?

Please suggest.

Thank You

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Beverly

Your price should be based on your costs to produce the video as well as what you want to be paid per hour of work.

Also, you will need to consider other things such as 'exclusivity of your product or service'. If there are very few people who can offer this type of finished product here on SEOClerks, then you can charge more money.

If your quality warrants it, charge the higher price, especially after you get a few good reviews and have built a good reputation with potential clients.



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SMMEXPRESS

Its depend upon where you sell.



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augusta

When finding the price for a product or services. The major thing is to factor in cost of production, then set a price higher than that so as to .make profit.



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topclassseo

According to features you have to charge $20 minimum



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Topseoservice

If you want to get more sales, you need to set up a competitive price.



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sanfora

i see you offer 3d service which software you are using please



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fulstaf

The video as it is worth $75 to $90, if you just would lose the robot voice and make a nice voice over, you could charge $200.
It depends on the size of the company really.



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Heatman6190

You are the one that carried out the production, so I definitely think that in all fairness that you should be the one who determine what best price to sell your video.

But if you insist on getting opinion on what price you should sell it, then what I would recommend for you is to calculate your cost of production and decide the amount you wish to add on top of it as profit.

You may decide to add it either with percentage to your cost of production, for instance if you produced it with $40, then you add 4% profit of $40 which is $1.6.



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overcast

How much time it takes for you to make videos? And how much your competitors are selling it for? And how quickly can you make this video? All these three questions can help you answer the pricing. Your pricing strategy must also include the way for you to tell you how to properly manage the pricing as well. I have realized that around 10$ to 100$ is the idea pricing for most video edits. Your animated videos should cost higher than 100$ though if the animation includes explainer videos.



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tophew

it depends on the length of the video and also what kind of company will buy it. but for i think you can sell it around 60 to 100 dollars because you made it on 3D format which it is kinda hard for a normal people to create.



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Barida

I think what you have to check is what it really cost you to produce the video. Afterwards, you can now think of the profit you think selling the video is worth. That is the basic of fixing a price for anything you need to sell.



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wallet

Well, this depends on how much you spend to create this video. A fair price for this video would be between 10 -15 dollars in my own opinion but you should know better on how much you should get for your investment and your work.



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jaymish

Videos are quite hard to make.Also not many people can make them. I think you should charge as much money as you're able to get away with charging. What I mean is don't underrate your talent. Charge the maximum price, that you can charge. Also look at the market price and see what everyone is charging and set your rate from there.



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