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HipstaCowboys says

Wondering how much time do you spent on your projects or how much time do you have, to stay PROFITABLE? How about your revenue and priority? I’ve made this little project to help every freelancer. I am freelancer too and I don’t want to put my numbers to google docs anymore.

It’s FREE, easy to use and it will help you stay in touch with your progress.

Try http://www.budgetic.com and if you like it, please share it to keep this party alive.

If you miss something there, let me know at hello@budgetic.com and we make it real :)

Thanks for your time,

Mark

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An-Themes says

Just what I need, thank you!
edit: So simple and so useful at the same time, good contribution, thanks :).

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pezflash says

Looks pretty interesting. Have just signed up as i’ve been in need of something like this, compact and simple. Have some comments and suggestions, over the first tests. Will contact you through your platform.

Also, are you planning to charge in the future? Pricing plans?

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HipstaCowboys says

Looks pretty interesting. Have just signed up as i’ve been in need of something like this, compact and simple. Have some comments and suggestions, over the first tests. Will contact you through your platform.

Also, are you planning to charge in the future? Pricing plans?

j.

Hi, great to hear it! I’ll be happy for any suggestions. It’s beta version now, so I’m working on it still.

Yes, I’m planning to charge it, but only like a freemium model. Couple of active project for free but if you have more, you’ll pay, BUT it will be something like 99c/month or 9$/year. I will charge it after it will be perfect. After I could want some money for that, not now :)

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pezflash says

^ Sounds legit. Will keep on testing. So far the first idea that came to my mind (hopefully is not only me) is that sometimes you have projects without a fixed budget, just like a hour-based work, where you need to note the hours to quote the client at the end. On Budgetic there is a core idea over the global budget, when sometimes is not even there. Also, i miss some control over concrete time ranges. Like in the sample, i quote the client the hours per month (or quaterly) but unless i missed it, it’s not possible on the current version.

Anyway, these are just suggestions; as said, looks promising and a wonderful compact tool for freelancers. ;)

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wp_workshop says

Pretty cool, registered!

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HipstaCowboys says

^ Sounds legit. Will keep on testing. So far the first idea that came to my mind (hopefully is not only me) is that sometimes you have projects without a fixed budget, just like a hour-based work, where you need to note the hours to quote the client at the end. On Budgetic there is a core idea over the global budget, when sometimes is not even there. Also, i miss some control over concrete time ranges. Like in the sample, i quote the client the hours per month (or quaterly) but unless i missed it, it’s not possible on the current version. Anyway, these are just suggestions; as said, looks promising and a wonderful compact tool for freelancers. ;)

Great, thank you. Anyway, budget is not required. You can record your hours without it, if I understand you correctly. I’m working right now on TIME SWITCH, so you can show your results in defined time range.

Thanks, keep testing :)

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An-Themes says

I will love to see, how much hours I’ve worked every week, to know how productive I am / I was. If you can add it, will be perfect.
Love your app, and I’ll be glad to pay the month or the year subscription, thanks.

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PixelPuzzel says

very nice initiative. i’ll use it for sure when that time comes. :)

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