How To Price Your Session With Gigs

The amount you charge for a gig should vary depending on how available you are. It's the simple rule of supply and demand; When you are in high demand, you should increase your pricing to maximize value. Gigalytics will let you know how to price yourself as well as how willing you should be to negotiate. 

How To Find Pricing Information

Step 1: From the home screen, click the gig you want to see pricing recommendations for.

Step 2: Scroll to "Gigalytics" section at the bottom of the page.

Fee Analysis

The Fee Analysis section will give you information about how well you have priced this gig based off of your goals and your historic pricing. 

Historic Average For This Week - This shows you how much you have historically earned this week across all the years of data in gigalytics. Ideally, you want to be improving on this amount.

Last Year's Won Honorarium Average For This Week - This shows you how you were priced, on average, for gigs you did at the same time last year. 
Quotable Fee Gap - A quotable fee gap is the difference between what you should be quoting the event organizer and the honorarium. Remember, you should be quoting amounts higher than your goal so that you have room to negotiate. 
Fee Target Gap - A fee target gap is the difference between the fee you need in order to meet your annual goal and the honorarium. This is the number you should be negotiating to. 

Calendar Demand

The Calendar Demand section gives you important information on how busy you have historically been during this time. The more in demand you are, the more you should quote and the less willing you should be to negotiate. This is an opportunity to get ahead on your annual goals. 
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