Best of 2000: Going solo? Make the big bucks

What was the most-read article in the Consultant community last year? You can bet it's all about money. If you're about to jump ship into the waters of independent consulting, make sure you leap into a sea of "green."

If you're planning to leave a consulting firm to work independently, you'll want to set a price that's fair to you and to your clients. But how do you determine that price?

Apparently that’s what you wanted to know in 2000, and Pam Gersh answered that question in "Going solo? Get top dollar for your services." The article won top honors and was the number one most-read article in the IT Consultant community last year.

The top five articles of 2000
All this week, we've revisited our top five most popular features from last year. The rest of the top five “most read” honors go to:
In 2001, would you like more advice on building relationships with clients? Are you looking for case studies on technology implementations? Or would you prefer more moderated discussions by analysts and other IT professionals? TechRepublic is a community of IT professionals, so our article and discussion ideas often come from TechRepublic members. Let us know what you’d like to see on TechRepublic in 2001 by e-mailing us or posting a comment below.

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