Spurred by some great emails and goading about my own pricing from friends and clients, I am really interested in doing a week-long series on my blog in November about pricing for small business.
It is a topic that involves a lot of art and science, and tends to bring up many strong feelings and emotions in new entrepreneurs.
I want to feature perspectives for different types of businesses like consulting, software as well as things like photography, art and hand-made crafts.
Some people I would like to interview are (I haven’t asked them yet, but with this post, the cat is out of the bag):
Havi Brooks from Fluent Self
Mark Silver from Heart of Business
Alan Weiss, known as the Million Dollar Consultant
Kendall Summerhawk who does a lot of work with coaches
Joel Spolsky from Fog Creek Software and the blog Joel on Software
John Jantsch from Duct Tape Marketing
Martha Beck, to talk about the fears and limiting beliefs that affect our pricing choices
My aim is to get a lot of different perspectives that will be useful to a broad range of entrepreneurs. If there is one thing I have learned about pricing, it is that there is no one approach that works for everyone.
Whom do you want to hear from?
What questions do you have about pricing?
I will work on this series and launch it in mid-November.
Thanks for your input!