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😕 When should you start charging for your time? How much content should you give away for free? How much time should you give away for free?

👀 These questions will all be answered in this post by various marketing experts.

👇 I recently uploaded this post on this topic to my new Facebook Public Profile and got a lot of very interesting comments and opinions from a variety of experts.

✔️️ I’ve put this post together to share some of my favourite value-adding comments from the post.

Jon Butt, Founder of Marketing For Owners, The 5 QuestionsTM, and The Owners Club


Anwen Cooper, Director of Get Fruitful Marketing


Daniel Knowlton, Co-Founder of KPS Digital Marketing (oh hey 👋 it’s me!)


#2 Anwen Cooper


Craig Sullivan, Managing Director of Student Accommodation Gillingham


Stuart Hall, Co-founder of Avviso Media Ltd


# 2 Stuart Hall


Carl Lincoln, Founder at Wiser Wealthier


Desislava Dobreva, Brand Strategist


What is your opinion? When should you start charging for your time? Let us know in the comments below or on the Facebook Post!

Daniel Knowlton
Daniel Knowlton
Dan is the award winning Co-founder of KPS Digital Marketing who was named #12 Most Influential Digital Marketer on Twitter in the world in 2016 by Onalytica. Dan is a contributor for a variety of key marketing publications including Social Media Examiner, Content Marketing Institute and Jeff Bullas’ Blog. He is also a keen speaker and has spoken at events across the country for a variety of organisations including NatWest and The Royal institute of Chartered Surveyors. Dan has a passion for helping others learn how to get to grips with Digital Marketing and is obsessed with providing value for his community.
  • Good work, Dan. It’s a discussion that will continue for a long time

    • Thanks Jon – appreciate your in depth comments on this, they’ve provided me (and a lot of others I’m sure) a lot of value.

      I was on Chris Ducker’s Podcast yesterday and this exact topic came up which was interesting to discuss.