Rounded prices are better than unrounded for weddi...
Posted by Josh Withers | Feb 14, 2022 | The Business of Celebrancy | 2 |
You should charge more, and here’s 10 reasons why...
Posted by Josh Withers | Apr 30, 2021 | Secret members podcast, The Business of Celebrancy | 9 |
Pricing on websites; to list or not to list??? Sarah’s view
by sarahaird | Jul 10, 2018 | The Business of Celebrancy | 7 |
Ella asks: “Price points seem to be a hot topic everywhere… Would you recommend putting your fees on your website? Some celebrants display their price on their website, others don’t. Some also seem to provide services cheaper then a BDM wedding. Which poses that question that some people expect you to compete on price, they aren’t comparing the quality of service provided. Only the number they see on the page.” You will literally get a different answer on this from every celebrant or marketing guru you speak to. So for this question, both Josh and I are going to offer our views! This article is just Sarah’s thoughts. Here is Josh’s article.Read More
You should charge more, and here’s 10 reasons why
by Josh Withers | Apr 30, 2021 | Secret members podcast, The Business of Celebrancy | 9 |
Mel is struggling with mapping out her pricing as a celebrant, and when she mentioned it to me I went straight to a conversation I had with my brother earlier today. He’s looking at starting a new business based on professional skills he holds, and he was looking for some guidance walking into the project. So I’ll tell you what I told him, then give you ten good reasons why you should charge more.Read More
Should we charge more or differently for public holidays?
by Josh Withers | Aug 6, 2021 | The Business of Celebrancy | 2 |
Continuing a long running series on this website starting with how your price is part of your...Read More
A story for celebrants finding their tribe like Yeti coolers did
by Josh Withers | Feb 11, 2022 | The Business of Celebrancy | 0 |
Before Yeti created a $5 million cooler and adventure brand, the icebox/cooler market (aka the “esky” market, despite Esky being a brand) was a a low-cost and cheap product market. Chris Hladczuk documents their story in a recent release of his email newsletter which I recommend subscribing to.Read More
This is your permission to raise your fees in 2022
by Josh Withers | Jun 9, 2022 | The Business of Celebrancy | 0 |
Sarah and my accounting software of choice – Xero – just emailed us that our Xero plan...Read More
Rounded prices are better than unrounded for weddings
by Josh Withers | Feb 14, 2022 | The Business of Celebrancy | 2 |
When it comes to pricing, and pricing yourself, there are so many contributing factors. The first is that you need to cover costs, the second that you need to make a profit – a wage, and the third that you make a surplus so you have buffer for the future, savings, and the ability to invest in your business.Read More