Being authentic and transparent is important to me, not only does it build trust with my clients but it’s a part of who I am. Because I am naturally a very open and outgoing person I have baffled myself for quite some time with my rather vanilla online presence. I know the content is valuable, you all tell me so (and I thank you) but has it really allowed you to get to know ME? Maybe, maybe not. Read more!
Write for the #BlueBlog
Want to get your message out? Write for the Cassius #BlueBlog. Our audience is small business owners who are looking to launch and grow their small business. And guest posting is a great way to gain exposure to your target audience so it’s a win-win for everyone. But before you submit, keep reading.
- Submission of your guest post does not guarantee publication. Your submission will be reviewed by Cassius Blue Consulting and if found beneficial to our audience, it is likely to be published.
- Links back to your blog or website should be used where appropriate. Using too many links to external sources decreases the likelihood of your entry being published. Links deemed irrelevant will be removed without notice.
- Word count should be between 250-500 words, with 900 being the maximum. If longer submissions are needed, a series post may be an option.
- Posts must be high-quality; original content (i.e. not published anywhere else online). We reserve the right to edit your submission for brevity, grammar, and readability. If too much editing is required to make the post useful, article will not be published.
- You retain the copyright to your writing, but once it’s submitted to Cassius Blue Consulting, we reserve the right to use, distribute and refer to it.
- Each article ends with a brief bio that links to the site (or sites) of your choice. Please include a brief bio 100 words or less and a photo. Bio and headshot (not logo) are required.
Answering the question “How Much Should I Charge?” is a challenge that many flourishing entrepreneurs face. It is an even greater challenge for service businesses because there are fewer direct costs associated with selling a service as compared to selling a product. There is no universal formula for setting your prices, however there are a few steps you can take to help you discover the right price for your business. Read more!