There are many factors that impact our pricing, but is "annoyance" one of them? Should it be? I posted this question yesterday on the CFC LinkedIn Group:
In an interview for my new book about dealing with money, a freelancer told me how she charges more when a client doesn't respond when they said they would or does something else she finds annoying. She doesn't think this kind of "emotional pricing" is right, but she isn't sure it's wrong either.
What do you think? Do you ever do that? If so, when and how does it work for you?