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Dilemma of VO Commercial License

Not sure on how to charge for the commercial license when I accept an order for voice-over. On one hand, I can have a single-page script that promotes a product. For this, I can charge my recording price PLUS the commercial license–no problem. But how do I handle a large project where the buyer has tons of pages, and maybe ordering over many days at a time? Should I only charge the commercial license on the first order and not the rest, counting the entire series of scripts as one whole project and therefore granting license for the project? or do I charge the commercial license for each and every script they send, even if it’s part of the whole larger project?

I believe that is up for you to decide.

However: From Fiverr’s point of view, I believe every order requires the purchase of the commercial license.

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