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Who is your client?

If you know who your client is you can find out where they are.

If you find out where they are you can learn what their problems are.

If you know what their problems are you can understand how much they will pay to have those problems fixed.

If you know what the solutions they will pay for are then you can design your offer, be certain that there is demand for it and know exactly what to say to your clients to get them interested.

If you know those three things you will build a reliable, consistent business.

Step by step

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It’s not rocket science

It’s not rocket science what I do.

In fact it’s pretty simple.

If your income is a rollercoaster with the occasional £6k month (amazing) but you generally struggle by on £2k months (oh shit oh shit oh shit) I can help you smooth those out.

So you get to a more consistent £5k per month.

And how do I do that?

There are five areas that every business needs to get right. Acquisition, conversion, delivery, cash and design. AC/DC/D. And I have questions in each area I’d like you to answer. You can then use those answers to build new routines, new habits to follow. Those routines get your business to where you want to go.

I’ll even tell you what all the questions are – I’ve got nothing to hide.

You can download the programme outline, read the questions and come to your own conclusions. Either it’s not for you, you will do it yourself or you’ll pay me to help you through it. Any of those options are good with me. The first means we’re probably not a good fit. The second is great because I live my best life by helping others. And the third is good because you make fast progress and I get to eat.

If you want to pay me, it costs £3000 for the guided programme and a year of accountability and support.

If you’re interested, get started by downloading the programme outline for free.

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There’s too much competition

There are so many web designers out there, how can I possibly compete?

And you’re right. There are a lot of web designers out there. All looking for clients. All wanting to make a decent living from the skills they’ve acquired.

Should that stop you? Should that hold you back?


Because no-one else is you.

If you didn’t have any competition it would prove that no-one wants to pay for your skills.

The fact that you do have competition just means you need to stand out from the crowd.

Whether it’s WordPress, Wix, Joomla or something else.

Why should your client choose YOU? How can you show them that you will get them to the outcomes they want? And do it in a better way than all the rest?