Category Archives: Business

Everyone Wants To Be A Winner Until It’s Time To Do What Winners Do

People are always jealous of results but they are never jealous of the bone breaking hard work, years and years of time, total and utter sacrifice of comforts and relationships, endless blood pressure busting trouble and risking everything to achieve that result.

So many people are selling an “easy way” to start a business, become a bestselling writer, create a passive income, trade stocks or FX or Bitcoin but the truth is there is no easy way and there is no free way to anything done properly. Yes you can mess around at all those things with little money and little time but to get what you really want you have to put a lot in.

I can buy a basketball and a pair of Jordans and spend half an hour a day playing in my yard but does that mean I can be a pro baller? Absolutely not. The same applies to most things.

The difference between can I ever be good enough to play in the NBA or any other sport and being succesful at almost anything else is you don’t have to be young and born with talent to make it. You just have to be as prepared to do whatever it takes and put the work in.

To start my first business I had to work 2 jobs to save up £2500 (about $3500) to start and that was a shoestring budget even back in 2001. Today people complain about investing $1000. Really?

When I started my first business I couldn’t afford a web designer and tools like WordPress, Wix or even Facebook pages just didn’t exist. I bought 2 books on HTML coding and created my own website from scratch. It took me 2 weeks at night after work to create a site that you could make in an hour or 2 with free tools and no knowledge today. Yet people tell me now they don’t have the time or energy or skills after their day job to do it. Really?

It took me 3 years of hard work and living on the most basic money and I mean beans on toast for breakfast, lunch and dinner type money before I finally made JUST the same money as I used to make in my old job. Yet people complain when they still just bought a new car but it’s not quite the car they wanted, they just came back from another vacation and it’s taking too long to get their career/business where they want it to be. Really?

Nobody is going to do it for you. I had mentors, I bought books, I read endless amounts on the internet and I talked the hind legs off anyone that would listen and I could get to give me some information back but nobody did anything for me UNLESS I paid them a truck load of money. Ten times more than anyone paid me for advice but then also expected me to do it for them.

Not everyone wants to do it, I get that. Everyone should be happy and do what they enjoy and I have the most respect for people working in jobs they enjoy trying to make a difference. But the next time you see a post of me in a nice car or enjoying another country on my travels or anyone else for that matter and you feel you’d like the same, ask yourself if you could do what it takes to achieve it. If the answer is no, that’s OK, there’s probably things you’ve done that I can’t do. If the answer is YES then great I’d love to hear from you, if you think I can help you in any way get in touch via the form below and we can arrange a free no obligation call.

Every day I mentor and train people just like you to create new businesses, sell more and become more profitable in existing businesses, write, publish and promote bestselling books and invest in themselves and their businesses for the future.

 

How To Create a Profitable Online Business In Your Spare Time

How To Create a Profitable Online Business in Your Spare Time

For those already running a business or for people looking for an additional income or to eventually replace their income from their job, it’s the number one question or what people want to achieve the most when coming to me for advice.

This is NOT how to get rich quick or make money by doing very little or nothing, any business requires some effort and some minor investment, especially at the beginning but this can be just a few hours of spare time and a few hundred on a credit card. It doesn’t have to be blood sweat and tears 20 hours a day and half a million in venture capital.

Some of the most profitable businesses I know were started in a garage or spare room with a few hundred bucks.

Today this truly is easier with the tools of the internet, mobile phones, online payments, social media marketing and cost effective online advertising.

However this can be done badly in so many different ways, so very often people try and fail or are overwhelmed with options and potential failure before they even start. This is partly down to a lot of misinformation, scams and even well meaning people who just have it totally wrong about what works.

I am not talking about just marketing and getting Likes, Shares and meaningless followers, I am not talking about selling to friends and family and building a “team” to sell for you. I am talking about real tried and tested business methods that work in any type of business that creates sales, income, revenue and profit, either offline or online.

What will be covered:

Choose or Refine your Business Ideas. Having a clearly defined business model so people know what it is, what are the benefits to them and why to choose your business.

Creating Credibility and Authority in your Field of Business. Even if it’s new to you, there are methods for generating trust and credibility in your new business.

Online Lead Generation. How to get people interested in your business and feed those leads into your business.

Create a Sales Funnel. A defined pipeline to sell products and/or services to your leads and potential clients.

How To Take Online Payments. Making it as easy as possible for clients to purchase and for you to access that cash in the real world.

Up-sell Further Products. How to create ongoing marketing campaigns to leads and previous clients to keep selling.

How To Close Bigger Sales. Using corporate sales methods required to close higher ticket items so individual sales can be worth thousands instead of pennies.

Automation. Automating as much as possible so it’s eventually a “hands off” process requiring only part-time input from you.

To cover all this I am creating a new intensive 6 week training program for up to 5 people. This is how it works and what you’ll get:

1-2 hours 1 to 1 training call with me every week. Systematically covering all the topics mentioned above in a way that you can understand and ask questions as well as ensure we cover methods specific to you and how you want to run your online business.

Lifetime membership to my private coaching group with monthly live group training videos, group support and chats, archive of existing training videos, training material, e-books and templates.

Free access to all my books and training material.

Ongoing support through the 6 week program and after via the members group so you can ask questions and get help from me and other business people for as long as you need it.

The usual cost for lifetime membership of my group and this amount of 1 to 1 training would be $3400 but I will be offering this for just $600 (that’s £485 for those in the UK), that’s just $100 a week. so that’s a massive saving of $2800.

For me to give this amount of time for just $600 per person I can only take on 5 people at a time in this program so if you’d like to be considered please fill out the form below so we can arrange a free no obligation call.

New Business Support Group

sb2bbnew-logo2-copyIn August I launched a new closed group of people in business to give them access to all my books and material, weekly live online webinars, 1 to 1 support if required and also for the members to support each other. Now I want to expand this group because with more members the greater the engagment and support for everyone involved.

Who Is It For?

Anyone who is in business at any stage or anyone considering starting a business and also for those working for a company in business development, sales or marketing. There is material, support and advice for anyone at any stage.

Currently we have members from UK, USA, Ireland and Canada. It’s an online members only group with some additional support via Skype or phone calls if required.

What You’ll Get

Guidance and support on how to create a really succesful business

Business development training and advice using techniques that are tried and tested

Sales training from creating leads through to closing so you sell more and more often

Improve cashflow, create more income streams, get paid more for the same products and services easily and reliably

A real business support community group of likeminded people

Have the support of multiple “business partners” with different skills and experience but without having anyone else directly involved in your business

What My Clients Say About my Methods and Material:

“I started working with Matt around the end of August 2014.

He was recommended to me by a business contact. I really wasn’t sure what to expect or gain from it but she ensured me it would help with my business and teach me how best to build it.

I had several, 1 hour sessions with Matt and a few Brain storming sessions in the last few months (which were priceless really).

The progress I have made has been quite remarkable. He’s taught me to think outside of the box even more so than I thought I did!

In short my sales skills and even recruitment skills are through the roof. I’m actually selling for fun across all my business at the moment and I currently earn around £7000 more every month than I did before I was coached by Matt.”

How To Get Involved:

Fill out the contact form below so we can have a quick conversation about the group and get you logged on as soon as we can.

The Success Of Small Business To Big Business Vol.1

 

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Many of you will have seen my recent blog and social media posts about a new book that I have just published.

The title is Small Business To Big Business Vol. 1 and the idea was for me to be able to assist business owners to become authors. In Volume 1 we put together 8 chapters written by business owners each of whom had very different businesses. They wrote their story of developing their business along with tips and ideas that would be helpful to others starting out on the self employed road or already in business and wanting to grow.

The book has been a massive success. We hit Number 2 on the bestseller list on Amazon which is an incredible achievement. For me it has been an incredible experience to be able to assist 8 business owners to be part of a bestseller as I understand just what it can do for all of them and their businesses.

Now that Volume 1 has been published it would be great to be able to repeat this with another 8 business owners who have great stories and such useful tips and ideas that they need to share. If you think you could be one of those people then I urge you to contact me and have a chat. I know that all the authors to date have felt it to be a great investment in their business and also in their own personal development. To read a testimonial from one of the authors head over to the book website. Let me help you share your story and assist you to gain even more credibility in your industry by becoming a bestselling author.

If you would like some help with marketing your business or just to share your experiences I would really like to hear from you. Get in touch via the form below and I will email you back.

Small Business To Big Business Volume 1

Cover-Template-2NEW FREE BOOK (For 5 days only on Amazon): It’s been a long while in the making but this is my first book released for a couple of years.

This is a collaborative book with different perspectives and advice on starting and running a business but mostly on turning a small business mindset into a big business mindset.

A fantastic business book with chapters written by different people in business. Informative, motivational and inspiring content to help people in business take their ventures to the next level.

Practical advice and inspiration from others who have started and built their own businesses from scratch in different industries.

This book is not just one persons point of view or lots of theory, this book is real and genuine advice from various people who have learned from doing.

Everything from starting out, marketing, generating sales and building income to staying motivated and creating sustained business growth.

We are also working on Volume 2 and if you’d like to write a chapter for the next book send me a message, I’d be really keen to talk to you no matter what your experience in business and even if you’ve had no previous writing experience.

It’s free to download on Kindle for 5 days only, you don’t need a Kindle device, you can get the Kindle app free on any smartphone or tablet. Paperback will be released in the next couple of weeks.
UK Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013PM8E3O
U.S. Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013PM8E3O

Also check out the website for the Small Business To Big Business Project: SmallBusinessToBigBusiness.com

If you’d like to discuss the idea of write a chapter get in touch using the form below:

Telling Is Not Selling

Tellings-not-sellingWhy is your marketing and sales material not working as well as it should?

Possibly because you don’t have a strong enough point. One of the key links between marketing and selling is getting a point across AND getting a client (or potential client) to act on it.

There’s a saying “Telling is not selling”, it’s not enough to put some information out there and expect people to act on it.

It doesn’t matter what format or platform we are talking about, it could be a web page, a flyer or even a sales call on the phone. Before you embark on “putting it out there” you need to ask yourself; “What do I want the person reading/hearing this message to DO after they’ve got it?”

If you are not totally clear on the precise and single call to action that you want to achieve then the potential client definitely won’t be clear on it either.

People are busy, people have distractions, people are not stupid but they sure can act that way when they have a million other things to think about. Make your message and call to action as simple as possible and spell out what you want them to do and how in the easiest way possible.

The other problem with a distracted audience is if they don’t act immediatly they will forget about you and your message. So how do you get them to act now?

Things to consider:

  • Sell the benefits. If it’s a new bright LED bulb that last 10 years longer than the others, don’t tell them about the technology behind it or where it came from or who invented it and why, nobody gives a crap. Tell them it will save them money, it’s 2x brighter than the next best LED bulb, it last 10 years longer so you don’t have to change it and it’s more economical. Those are the benefits to the potential customer. If it will help them lose weight or save money; How much money? How much weight? In what timeframe? These are the precise benefits that will get someone’s attention.
  • Limit the offer. Make it available to a limited number of people or for a short time frame e.g. 2 days (2 weeks would be too long, they’d think they have time to act later and then forget). Have a special price offer for a limited time or the first 10 people to purchase.
  • Make the last line of your message your call to action. Don’t distract them with anything else after that. If you were on a sales call on the phone you’d ideally want to take a payment for purchase over the phone that’s your ultimate last call to action.

If you’d like to know more I offer a free half hour consultation on the phone or Skype. It costs nothing and there’s no obligation, just a minute of your time to fill out your information below.

Let’s Get Started:

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Budapest Business Conference and Training

bpNew annual Budapest Business Conference and Training – Friday 5th of September to Monday 8th of September 2014 at one of my favorite hotels in Budapest.

  • How to start an additional business to run alongside your existing one with minimal investment.
  • How to go from small business to big business in a self funded way.
  • Sales training for business owners.
  • Brainstorming together to come up with some great new ideas for businesses.
  • The opportunity to go into business with me with ideas we come up with at the conference.

Because of the nature of how I want to structure the conference and training this will be limited to just 10 people.

  • 4 days in a great boutique hotel in Budapest.
  • Transfers from the airport.
  • All food included which also includes evening meals at top restaurants in Budapest.
  • Tour of Budapest.
  • 3 days of business seminar, training, brain storming and Q&A with yours truly (topics and subjects TBC).
  • Price includes you and a partner/friend.- Option to stay longer and spend additional time (with or without me) in Budapest.
  • Meet like-minded business people and make new contacts
  • Everything including food and accommodation is provided in the price of the conference, all you have to pay for in addition to this is flights (which we can help with if you need assistance finding the best flights).

The price for this fantastic trip including the conference is just £1850 GBP or $2950 USD

If you would like to join us and would like more information please fill out the contact form below so we can arrange a call and discuss it in more detail:

Are You Marketing But Not Selling?

marketing (2)In any company or business there is a major difference between marketing and selling that emphasizes all the differences: marketing departments get given a budget by the business to spend and the sales department get a target amount of money they need to make for the business.

I have seen the arguments between sales and marketing departments that go something like this: marketing dept – “We spent x thousands on Adwords, SEO and social media marketing this month and you didn’t convert enough sales, the sales department aren’t doing their job, it’s not our fault!” Sales dept – “Most of the leads were useless and you need to get us more quality leads to sell to, it’s not our fault!”

In a small business you as the business owner might wear both the sales hat and the marketing hat but are you doing both? Or are the people you employ doing both effectively?

Anyone with an amount of money can go right now and pay for instant online advertising to get clicks from Google, Likes on Facebook, followers on Twitter and any number of other offline advertising to generate interest. But does that translate into sales on it’s own? Almost never. Marketing people won’t like me for saying this but marketing is easy for most business owners; they know their “product”, they know their target audience and if they have a budget they can pay to advertise to those people. Selling and generating income is not so easy.

The major sympathy I have for marketing people is that when they execute an effective campaign but the business owner doesn’t know how to sell or hasn’t instructed the right people to sell, then the marketer will get the wrap when they actually did a good job. Equally a business owner trying to do both jobs might wonder why the money and time he invested in marketing didn’t pay off when it was his selling that let the whole thing down.

So you’ve thrown a bit of money at advertising and marketing how do you close those sales down and generate some income? Here are my top tips for selling to your leads:

  1. Make sure your marketing messages have a call to action that will lead to a sale (not just any call to action); contact form so you can call them and close a sale, buy now button, request a visit or sales call, toll free phone number to call, offer something free that will give an opportunity to speak to the potential client or email them, give special limited time offers if they buy now.
  2. Don’t try and automate everything. People still like to buy from people, get a conversation going either by email or phone. Increase your prices to make it worth you while if you have to but it’s more likely to work even with a higher price if you close a sale face to face or on the phone.
  3. Make it easy to buy. Use services that give plenty of options for payment (credit cards, bank transfer etc) and varied price levels. If they come in at a lower price service/product you can up sell later.
  4. Consider how much money you need to make every month, times that by 12 to give your annual target, divide that by 52 to give a weekly target and divide that by 5 (if you run a Mon – Fri business) to give you a daily sales target. Stick to it and work on achieving your target daily. Noticing you missed your sales target at the end of the month is too late to do anything about it.

Would you like more help and advice on this but specific to your business? I offer business coaching and mentoring from only £35 GBP or $59 USD. This is an incredibly low price compared to others and the value offered but the truth is I don’t need to do it and just enjoy helping others in business, I just charge a small fee to weed out the time wasters. If you are interested, get in touch, I’d be happy to help you increase your business income:

Why Did I Fail in Business? And How I Learned To Succeed

businessfailIf you have found yourself asking “why did I fail in business?” or “where am I going wrong with this business?” you are very far from alone. A large percentage of current fortune 500 company owners were once declared bankrupt in their past. So if they got it wrong once, there’s hope for everyone to try again and get it right.

Although I’ve never been bankrupt I was close to it at one point because of some bad decisions about who to involve in my business and my inexperience about how to generate consistent income to cover the very regular costs. Because many consultants and business authors only talk about their success and positivity, I thought I’d write a post on the things that can knock us back but also teach us the most in the shortest space of time that can propel us to success. IF we learn the lessons and don’t take it personally.

We have all heard of the American dream but actually it’s more of a western dream that in most English speaking countries we are taught from a young age. The story goes something like this: you pick a good idea, you work really hard and never give up, then you will have a great life. You are only limited by your own ambition and how hard you are willing to work.

So when you do this and fail you think; it’s my fault, I didn’t work hard enough, why didn’t it work for me? There must be something wrong with me, I’m not cut out to run my own business.

This whole idea is a fallacy though and let me explain why. If I wanted to build a huge bridge tomorrow that had to carry heavy trucks and also trains across a great span of water, that had to deal with all types of weather conditions and cope with a shifting sand bed, I would fail. I am not a civil engineer or architect, I have no idea what materials to use or what design would hold up, it would take me years to learn what I needed to know. No matter how hard I worked or how many hours I put in or how ambitious I was, if I wasn’t going to delegate the design and I wanted to do it myself then it would take a long time to learn the technical details. Why would being good in business be any different?

So many people think great ideas and hard work make successful and profitable companies. Wrong! Well executed bad ideas by good business people will beat any good idea poorly executed by a newbie almost every time.

So to be good in business you have to go back to school and study? No. Look at most of the top entrepreneurs in the world and they hardly hold any higher education between them, let alone in business subjects. They learned from their mistakes and also had good business mentors so they could take shortcuts.

I like to think of myself as a fairly humble person, I am happy to admit what I don’t know and find the best person who does. I don’t listen to friends or big mouths who shout around about their “advice”, I look for the best people and ask for their help. I have been very fortunate to have some great mentors around me that didn’t let me consider defeat but also guided me out of some very difficult situations, often propelling my business forward in a few short months by solving problems I had been quietly battling with for years.

So to summarize, here are my top 5 tips to survive failure and succeed in business:

  1. Admit to yourself that you don’t know what you don’t know. Business is a skill and an art, just because you had a good idea, you have seen others run a business and you read the Forbes website a few times it doesn’t make you Donald Trump or Richard Branson. Even they took advice from others regularly years ago AND today. I am still on a steep learning curve about business and will be until the day I die, any good and successful entrepreneur will tell you the same, no matter how long they’ve been doing it or how old they are.
  2. Don’t be afraid to fail and don’t beat yourself up because you made mistakes. Learn and move on. Restarting a business with a better plan and experience of what works and what doesn’t, without all the dead weight, debts and bad staff can often be the best and quickest turnaround.
  3. Get help from people who know business but specifically those that have created businesses of your size and made them successful. Industry sector is not so important but experience in different sizes of company is. People who have worked with a diverse number of companies is also worth way more than someone who had success and experience with just 1 or 2.
  4. Sales is king. Sales creates income and with the right level of income you can do almost anything. Great products and services DO NOT sell themselves despite what others say, especially in the beginning. Sales strategy and creating a sales focused business is not easy, it’s another set of skills and techniques that have to be learned and mastered.
  5. Don’t get comfortable. There’s a reason why shareholders in major companies like to see continuous growth even if it’s just slow and steady. That’s because standing still or even slow declines can lead to bigger problems. Any growth and progress in business, no matter how slow, is better than sitting still.

I have been doing business mentoring for a few years and since the beginning of 2014 I have been doing it on a more structured basis with great results. I used to do it for free but unfortunately that also attracted the least committed people so I charge a nominal amount of £35 GBP or $59 USD per week to weed out the time wasters and get a level of commitment. There is no minimum term so you can cancel at any time. So if you’d like to see how I can help you with your business and give some advice that will grow your business rapidly, use the subscribe button below and we can schedule a call.

This is open to anyone from any country and you can pay in any currency (PayPal will do the conversion), I have just setup the payment buttons below in the 2 main currencies my clients usually use (£ GBP and $ USD) but you can use either they are essentially the same amount.

If you would like some help with marketing your business or just to share your experiences I would really like to hear from you. Get in touch via the form below and I will email you back.

Change From Small Business Owner to Entrepreneur

radio-micRecently I did a radio interview with Australian business consultant Mick Hawes (you can listen to it below). One of the topics we discussed is the difference between small business owners and entrepreneurs and techniques small business owners can take to become entrepreneurs, create more profit and reduce the burdens of small business.

Obviously during a short interview it’s not possible to go into depth about strategies to grow small businesses into large businesses and change from a small business mindset to an entrepreneurial one so I just wanted to highlight a couple of the points:

  • Don’t allow a business to become an emotional attachment, a business is a separate legal entity and it should never be your “baby”. This will enable you to make logical decisions instead of emotional ones.
  • Don’t buy into the myth that you can build up a business yourself then take on employees to do your jobs so you can then go and sit on a beach while your business runs itself.
  • Develop an exit strategy NOW. This could be selling to a competitor in 3 years or it could be selling shares or getting management to buy in and leave you with a controlling stake and profit share. The options are endless but be clear how this will work and stay focused on achieving your exit and when you want it to happen.
  • Delegate. Small businesses often stay small businesses purely because one person can only be responsible for a certain amount, there’s a ceiling that will be reached very quickly unless you learn to give responsibility to others.
  • Develop other projects, businesses or products that can run alongside (but separately) from your existing business. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
  • How can you keep costs and commitments to a minimum whilst still allowing your businesses to grow? Can you outsource instead of employing? Can you “partner” with a supplier with exclusive supply rights to tap into their resources?
  • It’s OK to go back to the drawing board and start again with a clean sheet. Does your business have too many overheads? Is your pricing correct? Are your products and services providing enough or appealing to your client base? Can you “re-engineer” your products and services or create new ones to break into new markets and appeal to clients at different levels and create a better profit margin with minimal effort?
  • Is your business sales oriented? Telling is not selling. You must learn how to set sales and revenue targets and make sure they are met. Not just monthly quarterly and annually but daily and weekly. Do you know how to calculate those targets correctly and motivate your sales team because you know how to generate and close sales for your products and services? If you don’t have a sales team do you know how to effectively do those things yourself so you can build the revenue to get a sales team?

If you’d like to know more I am now running a business mentoring program and taking on only 10 people for the next intake this June and July. You will get direct access to me and we will talk regularly to go through your individual business circumstances and work on strategies together to create a more profitable and valuable business for you.

Here is one of the many great testimonials I have had from the last group I mentored:

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“After having had ‘one too many’ less than positive experiences with a so called ‘mentor’ I have found Matt to be a breath of fresh air.

Naturally, I started off with an air of misplaced cynicism but the fact is there’s no BS, just plain hard facts and I have learned a lot about myself and how I have dealt wrongly with things in the past. 

Matt has encouraged me to ‘man up’ effectively and I have become much more commercially minded about my business, which I always felt guilty about before. I now know that I can develop my business whilst retaining and enhancing my desire to help and empower others.

My coaching sessions with Matt are always full on and, no matter how weird a question I ask, he is able to give me clear, actionable advice which I try to implement straight away.

I have already seen a marked increase in the number of enquiries I am receiving and, because I am handling all aspects of my business in a clearer, more focused way, I’ve also seen an increase in my revenue streams across the board. For example, my upcoming workshop for Aspiring Wedding Planners in May is almost completely sold out already due to Matt’s valuable experience in sales and marketing. I would fully recommend signing on with Matt to anyone who really wants to make a positive difference to the way they approach their business and, by definition, their life.”

What my business mentoring includes:

  • Initial Skype or telephone call with me to discuss your current situation, whether you are just starting out or whether you want to improve your existing business we will look at what you want to achieve and some initial steps and plans to put in place.
  • Direct advice from me on all the topics already discussed above plus sales and marketing strategies that really work, increasing profit margins, developing new products and services that can be sold instantly to existing customers and new markets easily, business growth without breaking the bank, growing a small business into the type of business you want and many more with the ability to email me with any questions or updates whenever you need to.
  • A separate 1-to-1 Skype or phone call every 2 weeks to discuss progress, new strategies, which steps to take next and how best to implement them.
  • My personal email address so you can email me and ask questions or get feedback any time.
  • Private group page so you can share ideas and ask questions for me to answer that might benefit the group. Network and discuss ideas with others in my mentorship group (past and present). Plus a regular online meet-up on the group page to share ideas on a set topic and do a Q & A.
  • No minimum term so you can opt out at any time when you feel you have got what you need from it.

Because you will be getting real time from me and it requires a serious commitment from me I can only take on 10 people for each group intake so sign up quickly if you are interested, the last group was fully subscribed in 6 days and because of the success of the last group and the low price of only £35 GBP or $59 USD, I suspect it will be fully subscribed even quicker this time. This is the lowest price coaching and mentoring program I have done and will ever do.

This is open to anyone from any country and you can pay in any currency (PayPal will do the conversion), I have just setup the payment buttons below in the 2 main currencies my clients usually use (£ GBP and $ USD) but you can use either they are essentially the same amount.

If you would like some help with marketing your business or just to share your experiences I would really like to hear from you. Get in touch via the form below and I will email you back.