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  • Charging for FTP Service

    Hi everyone, I am web designer and I have a client that wants me to setup an FTP for him. I am hosting a website for him right now and I am trying to figure out how I should go about charging him. Does anyone out there have any suggestions? I don't believe he knows how much we wants to use but I was thinking about 1GB or so. Thanks guys!

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    Originally posted by makib View Post
    Hi everyone, I am web designer and I have a client that wants me to setup an FTP for him. I am hosting a website for him right now and I am trying to figure out how I should go about charging him. Does anyone out there have any suggestions? I don't believe he knows how much we wants to use but I was thinking about 1GB or so. Thanks guys!
    We can't discuss actual pricing here, but isn't FTP a standard part of the hosting packages you offer? If it is and what he's asking for is additional data transfer + storage, then I'd just charge him for a larger hosting plan. You might want to look around and see what other resellers are charging.

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