Today’s episode is about flying your drone for a car dealership. How much should you charge? And, how can you get the best possible deal from your client?
Kyle, our caller is a full time videographer with a car dealership. He has an opportunity to shoot some drone footage for his boss. How much should he charge? Should he deliver a fully edited video? We discuss some strategies for negotiating a sweet deal. We thank Kyle from Ohio for the question. Fly Safe!
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[02:10] Which is better – Hourly or Project based work?
[02:20] Is it a good idea to supply edited footage to your client? How much should you charge?
[03:07] How much should you charge for flying for a car dealership?
[03:41] What are some of the factors that determine pricing for your drone footage?
[03:56] Negotiation strategies to help you get fair rates as a drone pilot