Pricing Strategies to Help Drone Pilots Get What They Rightly Deserve

Our caller for today, John is just starting out. Luckily, he managed to bag a huge drone job which involves taking aerial shots, drone mapping, and creating progression reports. What are the typical rates for such deliverables? What are some pricing strategies that John should follow to get what he truly deserves?

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02:07 – Today’s question is about pricing strategies for your drone services 04:02 – What are some different factors that you should consider when determining your pricing?
06:11 – How confidence can help you get what you truly deserve
08:42 – How to perform a breakeven analysis to evaluate the feasibility of a new business
10:43 – Pricing tips for drone pilots offering multiple services
11:31 – What do drone pilots typically charge for progression photos?
12:50 – Why you should collect every deliverable even if your client does not ask for it
15:30 – Should you charge by the acre for your mapping services? 16:16 – How can you spread out your cost of drone equipment?
26:36 – Paul sums up the show

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