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How much should I charge for a 1 minute video?

For a 1 minute video, most providers offer a variety of service plans. Many of these rates are subject to change, however, most of the current plans cover about 50 hours of content.

A quick Google search yields at least 6 different provider websites offering the “best deal” for 1/4 hour video services per month.

For example, here’s the best deal out there from Youtube, “10 day plan”, free 1 minute video:

How much should I charge for a 1 hour 1-2 minute video?

For a single 1/4 hour, most providers will charge $20-$30 per day and $160-$180 per month.

To summarize, if you live in a one bedroom apartment in the US and you’re in your late 30’s and are only doing about one hour a week of work, you may pay $20-$50 at most for 1 minute of a 1 minute video.

If you’re doing 1/2 hour a week, you may pay $150-$350 per month and $1,250-$2,200 per year.

On the other hand, if you work in a house and you work in a one bedroom that’s bigger than one bedroom apartment, you may spend anywhere from $400-$750 for 1/2 hour a week of 1/2 hour of video. That said, most providers tend to charge more with the most expensive plan, such as “10 day plan”, which covers 1/4 hour video.

How much should I charge for a full half hour video?

For a half hour video, most providers will cover $75-150 per month, depending on time slot of the video.

For example, here’s the most likely “best deal” for a one half hour video, “4 hour plan”, free 1 minute video:

How much should I charge for a full 1/2 hour video?

For a 1/2 hour video, most providers will cover $100-$150 per month, depending on time slot of the video.

For example, here’s the “best deal” for a 1/2 hour video, “11 hour plan”, free 1 minute video:

How much should I charge for a full 3/4 hour video?

Again, for a full one-hour video, the most likely “best deal” is with a “12 hour plan”, which covers $175-$450 per month, depending on time slot