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Thanks, Lynette. That's what I was thinking. 10 times the amount would never fly.
Karen


On Mar 11, 2014, at 4:02 PM, Lynette Cook <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Way back, someone in an authoritative position in the arts - whose name I now forget - said to increase the price of one-time use by ten for the price of a buyout (or work-for-hire). I tried this on occasion and got laughed at. Realistically speaking, I think it should be doubled at the very least. A higher price might not fly today in very many markets. My 2 cents.
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> Lynette
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> On Mar 11, 2014, at 12:49 PM, Karen Ackoff wrote:
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>> I know the ramifications of work-for-hire. What I was wondering is… is there a standard amount for which the price of a job is increased, if it is work-for-hire? Let's just say something was priced at $100. Would the price be doubled? tripled? This is not a popular-type of piece; it has a very specific use.
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>> Thoughts?
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>> Karen
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