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Friday, 23 December 2011


General discussions about SMEs and start-ups.


Thursday, 09 February 2012 by Andrew Sadauskas

A user recently asked us whether off-topic discussions (discussions not directly related to small business) are welcome in the General discussion group. For example, discussions on favourite movies, music, songs, etc.


So, just to clarify, off-topic discussions are welcome in the General discussion group.


As long as everyone plays nice, you can (within reason) discuss whatever you like in here.

Tuesday, 31 January 2012 by Andrew Sadauskas


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Last replied by Nigel Smith on Saturday, 14 April 2012
Thanks very much for the reply! Yes, i should have provided some more details... I have just started the blog, and am interested in incorporating DFP Small Business (incorporating AdSense) as an Ad server. I think AdSense is a great way for me to start off as i don’t really need to worry so much about selling ads, and can leave it to predetermined presets as to which ads are served from AdSense. It is a wordpress based site, and i have a couple of small business who we contract to who are interested in advertising alongside our brand on the blog. So i am looking for a contract or agreement i can put in place between us and them. Do you know of any standard contracts that are used in this scenario? Cheers, Myles Condon.
Last replied by Myles Condon on Friday, 30 March 2012
You left out the part where the people of Queensland got completely sick and tired of Labor's Big New Carbon Tax and left the ALP with 6 or 7 seats I think! In fact, Rudd was probably just about their last life raft. At this point, thanks to the big new tax that Julia wouldn't introduce under any government she leads, it looks like your mob are just about dead in the water at this point!
Last replied by aussielibertarian on Thursday, 29 March 2012
For anyone interested, we now have a Sustainability and start-ups discussion group at
Last replied by Andrew Sadauskas on Monday, 12 March 2012
You do realise he'll never win the Republican primaries, right?
Last replied by Sally Smith on Tuesday, 07 February 2012
I can confirm there is more than one Steve on here. But seriously, *I* sound like a Liberal Party press release?! No, I believe in principles. Principle like freedom and entrepreneurship. If Tony works out as our next Prime Minister and holds to cutting waste, debt and taxes then you can count me as a supporter. If he uses his power to enforce a big government agenda then I don't. If anything, what Australia needs is a Ron Paul figure to really get the country on track. I'm not, however, the one defending the worst government this country has ever had. Gillard isn't perfect? That's the understatement of the millennium. Look, it's not the Murdoch press that made her cobble together an unworkable coalition with the Greens and every sellout country independent in Canberra. It's not the Murdoch press who made her roll a legitimately elected PM without her own MPs getting a vote. It's the Murdoch press that saw the Malaysia solution defeated in the High Court. It's not the Murdoch press that said there would be no Carbon Tax. The list goes on... And yes, big government *IS* the natural enemy to small business and entrepreneurship. That's why so many small business people are naturally libertarians.
Last replied by aussielibertarian on Tuesday, 31 January 2012
Any time is a good time to start a small business.
Last replied by Steve Taylor on Friday, 20 January 2012
Hi, I'm Sally, and I'm a costumier and designer from Upwey in the Dandenong Ranges near Melbourne.
Last replied by Sally Smith on Monday, 02 January 2012
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