Off topic: Web journalism in Ukraine (question about pricing)
Thread poster: Alexander Demyanov
Please accept my aplogies for the English.
Would you happen to know something on how much one should charge for writing original articles in English for a web lifestyle publication, based in Ukraine?
Thank you for your advice.
[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2004-07-29 18:52]
I believe it heavily depends upon who's running the web site and, thus, ordering those articles.
I mean, basically, I do not think that in this case the charge has to be anything lower than some standard figures.
And why one (who is not, say, Ukrainian national, is to consider the Ukrainian standard pricing when building a renumeration rate? (it is viable probably only if the person resides in Ukraine..).
On the other note, the life there currently is not cheap at all, especially, if one wants to maintain some decent living standards.
This is just a thought based on the "working" knowledge of living there.
[Edited at 2004-07-29 19:33]
[Edited at 2004-07-29 19:34]
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