Have you ever run into a client who wants a million changes to every project you deliver? You know the type…nothing is ever quite good enough. You could go through rounds and rounds of revisions and still never be quite good enough.
If you’re working on a quoted project or flat rate basis, revisions may eat up your time…and your profits. So how do you keep a lid on changes?
• Define your project scope in your legal contracts.
• Outline rates for work outside the project scope.
• Let your clients know when they’ve asked for something outside the client scope.
• Within reason, point clients to the project scope and offer to quote on changes.
What do you do to manage picky clients?