A guy locally wants me to install Magento (e-commerce script) for him and that's pretty simple, already gave him a bid on that (I charged 30 + minimum 3 hours work beyond that). Yeah I know I undercharged that, but it's not like I have clients knocking at my door, or e-mail. He asked my hourly rate and I said that would be dependent on the type of work done; such as whether it would be merely setting up some options/configuring the standard options in Magento, adding in modules, SEO work, etc. I said that if he gave me an idea of what he'll need I can also just offer a fixed rate and maintenance/hourly work could be done after such. Then he said: "I'll need some instruction and help configuring beyond just the install, what's your standard hourly rate?" To me that sounds like he'll just need someone to show him where shit goes, where to find options, uploads, etc. I'd really like to clarify this before accepting anything, but let's just say it's simple shit. My experience: html/css, general webadmin shit (light server admin), installing scripts, adding plugins, whatever, all simple shit.. basically I've done mostly internet radio and vBulletin installs, configs, template work, etc I'm leaning towards about $15/hr since it's more work than I have right now, but if it's SEO work, etc I'd obviously want to charge more. Thoughts?