<br/><br/>There is a complete new set of dynamics involved when you are marketing your service. Many online services will look at what is needed and then formulate a quote for the job. Yet for many service providers, there are usually nagging doubts on many fronts. If you get the gig, then you may tend to question yourself. Is it best to have quoted a greater price? Is it too low or too high, etc. If you requested for more, would it be a reasonable price or exchange of value? With a lot of services, there are unknown and unforeseen events that will result in more work for the provider. This article is all about establishing accurate and fair rates structures in the services business online.<br/><br/>All right, this particular model is all about performing some kind of service for your clients. Let's take a minute to look at something that is actually pretty important. You are also, and more importantly, providing your clientele with a set of clear benefits for their business. There is a huge variation that really is glaring if you can see it. You will see that people place a higher value on benefits they receive. When someone thinks of a service provider, or receiving a service, there is a tremendously general feeling attached to it. We all get services of one kind every day, and once again no special feelings about it. Stop considering yourself as being a provider of a service; you deliver terrific benefits to your clientele.<br/><br/>Do you truly know what you are worth? This process is really not about guessing, but you need to take a number of factors into account. It is nothing at all new or shocking that people are likely to under-appreciate what they have to provide and the value of it. Of course you should be as objective as you can in this area. If you are a bit new and have not had a lot of clients, then those facts need to be fairly weighed and factored into your fee. You can perform research online, and that can be a good way to get off to a beginning if you have no idea where to begin. You may have to shop around, but simply browse on your service keywords and look at others who offer equivalent services as you. By doing that you will at least have some kind of point from which to start your own evaluation.<br/><br/>We will tell you upfront and in no uncertain terms that you shouldn't ever negotiate over your fees. Believe us on this one - people will attempt all they can to get you to drop your fees as far as you are willing to do it. The not so amusing thing about it is people will do it even after you tell them what you charge. Dropping your fees just reflects poorly on you; as if you have low self-esteem and self worth, etc. Another point is that when you do that for someone, then that is a green light for them to continue trying to get more from you, for less.