thread: 2012-03-13 : Indie POV pt 2: Does It Pay?

On 2012-03-13, Alan wrote:

As a self-publisher or a freelancer, counting your time as a cost doesn't make sense.  In neither case are you receiving wages-for-time.  The "cost" for your time varies based on how quickly you can produce the content and what you are paid for it.

Perhaps Crocker just means that you should estimate your expected income relative to the estimated time it will take and ensure that you're okay with the resulting effective hourly rate.  If that's the case, I agree.  But like Vincent, I don't see why freelancing is different from self-publishing when it comes for accounting for your time.


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