The commercial can't get made if everyone isn't on the same page. Learn about scheduling, and final delivery.
- So last lesson we talked about managing clients … and this lesson we're going to talk … about delivering the product. … So once again, you have your product, … you've talked to your client, … and hopefully you set some sort of discussion in place … where they know how quick a turn around … they're going to get on your product. … So, standard you can do one to two weeks … for the first cut from the shoot date … but if there's no rush and the client's okay with that, … you can do longer if you're busier with other clients … or if you need to do a quicker turn around, … make sure to include something like that in your rate … if they need it within like 48 hours, that's unexpected … and you're going to need to charge more for that. … So now once you have your product, … make sure you also have deadlines in place. … So you have your first cut within one week. … Then how long are the revisions going to take? … Usually maybe a 48 hour period for revisions, … maybe a little longer, … it depends what kind of deadline you set with your client …
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- Finding freelance work
- Pitching a client
- Working on set
- Managing clients
- Delivering the product