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Malcolm Dawes added an answer to this question
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Malcolm Dawes

Malcolm Dawes, Managing Director at

I use PayPal for personal transactions although not for business.  I use 'Wise'.  https://wise.com/ Used to be transferwise.  Free to set up; no ongoing fees with the option to open multiple foreign currency accounts - again with zero fees.  They have the best international exchange rates.  I used XE.com before or OzForex; neither can beat 'Wise' for rates.  It also links to Xero multi currency so bank feeds can go straight to your accounts.

Eloah Paes Ramalho

, Community Manager at SavvySME

Thanks for sharing the details about 'Wise', @Malcolm Dawes ! They do have incredible rates, and great customer service! Curious what has you choose PayPal over Wise for personal transactions!

Wendy Huang added an answer to this question
Wendy Huang

Wendy Huang, Full Time Blogger and YouTuber at A Custom Blog in 4 Minutes

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There are also some great places that offer you a virtual address for online businesses anywhere in the world for a small monthly subscription fee. You can also apply for local landline phone numbers via skype for a monthly fee as well and receive the calls via skype. 
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Mark Reisinger added an answer to this question
Mark Reisinger

Mark Reisinger, Owner at

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Like many of the others, I'd recommend Flippa or perhaps Empire Flippers, for the primary reason that this is their specialty and they know how to assist in valuation and have a large market of investors.

That said, their investors often have strict buying criteria and are looking for ...  Continue Reading
Yee Trinh added an answer to this question
Yee Trinh

Yee Trinh, Cofounder at

One method we're strongly considering is just redirecting to the gTLD (savvysme.com) and on pages that need to be location specific (e.g. accounting page for US will be different to AU), we'll use cookies to identify where they are and dynamically change the feed to show location specific content. 

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Allisha Martin added an answer to this question
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Allisha Martin

Allisha Martin

Hi, If you are looking for an e-learning app development company in Australia, my suggestion would be to consult Fortunesoft IT Innovations(https://www.fortunesoftit.com/au/elearning-solutions-development-australia/)
The company consists of an expert team of developers who has the capability to handle ...  Continue Reading
David Bobis added an answer to this question
David Bobis

David Bobis at

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I think Mark has provide a well-written reply, but I'd like to add something else:

What do you want to achieve in the long run?

Both are quite easy to use (with Squarespace I believe a little more adaptable for beginners), but if in the future, you're planning to have a robust e-commerce ...  Continue Reading
Lisa Creffield added an answer to this question
Lisa Creffield

Lisa Creffield, Founder at

I have been using Zoom to run an online writing group, and find it a very solid platform. I do recommend getting a paid account so you can go longer than 40 minutes (also dial-in isn't always working for free accounts due to the current high demand - there was a warning about this on their site recently).

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Christine Mendros

, Team Member at

Hi Lisa, this is a great help, thanks for the advice. Especially about Vimeo having a password protection feature on each videos. This is an advantage over hosting on YouTube.