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    Never mind

    never mind!
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    well that's just odd, i started another thread with basically the same question. ... I dunno, but would like to know just to get some sort of perspective on the matter.

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    My thoughts exactly - you think there's another section on here where we should be asking this?

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    I don't think averages would help all that much. Pricing depends on all the factors-- who you are, who is commissioning, what the job entails, what rights are being sold, etc., etc.

    The stock answer is that the GAG pricelines are something to consult, but I've never found them all that useful, either.

    If you want something more useful, you'd have to post more details (without messing up confidentiality agreements, naturally).

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    Quote/ Ask a bit higher than what you think you need....then leave room to negotiate down from there. You will know what you are comfortable with and what your worth is. I hope at least!
    "If one advances confidently in the direction of
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    I agree. Shoot high or at worst, ask the client about what they have in a budget. If they have no money and yet you still want the job, it's your call to accept or turn down the job. I've done everything from big dollar jobs to freebies- but again, its on whether you want the work or not.

    It never hurts to ask them if they've got a budget in mind. It's all a part of the negotiation process.

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