If you’re a freelancer, you are probably getting paid much less than you’re worth for the following reasons.
One, you are influenced by what your competitors are charging – why charge $1500 for that web design project that everybody else is charging $600 for? Two, you are afraid clients won’t pay your rates. Three, you are competing with a sea of “professionals” who will happily charge one-tenth of what you’re supposed to charge.
Good news is, no matter your reasons for charging low, you could be getting paid double, triple, or more. Here are some tips to help you.