Quoting a Ballpark: Home Run or Strikeout?

Mar 20, 2011   //   by John Tabita   //   Business, Sales  //  No Comments

Is quoting a ballpark price always a losing proposition? Here’s how to turn a potential losing situation into a win.

It has all the markings of a lose-lose situation. Quote too high a price and you probably won’t ever hear back from him. But if you under-estimate the cost, you’ll look shady if you actually bid for the job and your proposal comes in higher. So what’s a poor web designer to do? Bite the bullet and throw out a number? Or tell him you can’t quote a price without knowing exactly what he needs? Here are a couple of approaches you can try…

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