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Three reasons why you should not copy T&Cs from another site

9:47PM | Friday, 27 September 2013 | Vanessa Emilio

You rely on your online legals to protect you and your business in the event of a customer suing you or reporting your business to a regulatory authority. So it’s important you get them right.

Should you build a mobile website or develop an app? Or should you do both?

9:18PM | Tuesday, 24 September 2013 | Taskmaster

Are you weighing up whether to build a mobile website or an app? Perhaps you’re a smartphone sceptic? If so, it’s time to examine your mobile strategy.

Meet Jolla: Lessons from the smartphone start-up rising from Nokia’s ashes

9:02PM | Thursday, 19 September 2013 | Taskmaster

How Jolla was born from the wreckage of Nokia is an inspiring tale for anyone fed up with working for someone else and thinking of launching their own business.

Big brother is watching: App marketers beware

9:36PM | Friday, 13 September 2013 | Vanessa Emilio

NSA. Edward Snowden. Lavabit. Silent Circle. Windows 8. Privacy has recently been in the headlines – with big implications for all tech start-ups.

Five reasons why cloud computing is not standard

9:25PM | Friday, 13 September 2013 | John Russell

Despite its potential to fundamentally transform business, cloud computing is still not seen by politicians as being an essential business tool. Here are five reasons why.

How to speak designer: 99designs executive shares his tips for getting the best out of designers

9:19PM | Thursday, 12 September 2013 | Rose Powell

Jason Sew Hoy, the chief operations officer for 99designs, reveals the best way to encourage designers to create the kind of results you’re after.

Freelancer.com receives US$400 million takeover offer: Report

9:14PM | Tuesday, 10 September 2013 | Gavin Lower

Australian-based outsourcing website Freelancer.com is reportedly the subject of a US$400 million takeover offer from Japanese recruitment site Recruit Co.

Privacy commissioner finds 83% of leading Australian websites non-compliant

9:51PM | Friday, 6 September 2013 | Vanessa Emilio

Australia’s privacy laws have recently changed, and all businesses have until March 2014 to become fully compliant. Here are some key details you need to consider.

Five blogging boo-boos to avoid

9:17PM | Friday, 6 September 2013 | Adam Franklin

From using a boring headline to forgetting to include a call to action, here are five common, yet easy to avoid blogging mistakes you should be aware of.

AFL stars back Three65 Underwear’s subscription undies revolution

9:19PM | Wednesday, 4 September 2013 | Gavin Lower

Frustration with the high prices of name brand men’s underwear prompted Will Strange to start his own subscription online store Three65 Underwear.

How old are you in the clouds?

8:28PM | Friday, 30 August 2013 | John Russell

Age discrimination has long been a fact of life in business. However, cloud computing means entrepreneurs are increasingly being judged on ability.

Pollenizer-backed start-up plans to shake up online real estate listings in the Philippines

8:18PM | Wednesday, 28 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Australian real estate investor and entrepreneur Will Pattison is off to the Philippines next week in a bid to revolutionise online real estate transactions.

Australian multimillion-dollar design start-up Canva launches worldwide

8:00AM | Tuesday, 27 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Canva, a well-backed start-up promising to revolutionise the design field of marketing collateral, has launched worldwide.

Email blockage lifted as MailChimp manoeuvres off spam blacklists

8:00AM | Monday, 26 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Email service provider MailChimp says it’s fixed an issue that meant emails sent via their service were being blocked from .au domain accounts.

Australian businesses in jeopardy as major ISP provider blocks MailChimp newsletter service

8:31PM | Friday, 23 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Businesses relying on MailChimp are caught up in a battle between online service providers that could mean their emails are only reaching a fraction of their audience.

Android app development dominates over Apple iOS

8:52PM | Thursday, 22 August 2013 | Myriam Robin

Android app development continues to power ahead of Apple’s iOS, according to figures released by Freelancer.com.

Green consultancy firm transforms expertise into globally scalable software

8:13PM | Tuesday, 20 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Corporate sustainability consultants Tania Crosbie and Melissa Houghton have this week released the first iteration of their VillageHive software, which makes their expertise available to a greater audience than they could work with directly.

Clouds of professional relationships

8:05PM | Friday, 16 August 2013 | John Russell

Social media is taking over the world of communications. But can there be too much of a good thing?

Why being afraid of customers can hold tech start-ups back

8:12PM | Thursday, 15 August 2013 | Rose Powell

International design marketplace 99designs is one of Australia’s major start-up success stories, with 240,000 registered designers. Chief operations officer Jason Sew Hoy discusses some of the challenges the platform has faced.

99designs launches service for quick changes

8:26AM | Wednesday, 14 August 2013 | Rose Powell

Online design marketplace 99designs has launched a new service that allows users to get small changes done to existing designs within a few hours.

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