Aim for the best of both worlds. List the price range, but don’t make it obvious. For example on our site www.fitnessenhancement.com the home page says nothing at all re prices, but for those who search and will not call without a guideline they can be found at http://www.fitnessenhancement.com/faq.html It means that people that want facts and figures won’t accuse us of hiding prices and it’s written in an honest way
I agree with the above posts. I list my rates despite the fact that I’ve read you shouldn’t for the reason stated by Nicole. But, personally I don’t like when prices aren’t posted so why should I do that to prospective clients. It smells of sales. I understand that sales are part of my job but I’m also selling something people want so tricks of the trade aren’t needed! I suggest having a great web site and get client testimonials if you can. That is what really makes the sale, at least for me.