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How much should I charge my uncle for this website?

I made this website for my uncle who has a marble and granite business. I'm new to designing websites for money so that's why I wanted to do it for a family member.
I've spent about 50 hours on this site: www.evergreenmarble.com . Tell me what you guys think!

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The site is flawed so not much.
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Your uncle in http://forums.jlconline.com/forums/forum/jlc-online-expert-forums/business-technology/1070551-using-a-website-to-get-dozens-leads-is-it-the-best-way-to-invest tells you already agreed on terms.
He writes: "Luckily for me, my 21-year-old nephew from Los Angeles offered to build me a website and help to promote it. I agreed to the terms that I only needed to pay a reasonable referral % which was perfect for where we were at with business. It's been growing each month, and we're currently getting about 30 emails a month from interested buyers."

So why ask here? And isn't the link in your post not meant as promotion? That wouldn't be allowed by the forum policies. So I made it unlinkable and removed the city.

Post was last edited on August 6, 2017 5:17 AM PDT

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