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Carriers cop penalties for misleading ads
Amaysim, Lycamobile pulled up over use of the word "unlimited".
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Square goes up against Aussie banks with new eftpos terminal
The new payment terminal doesn't include merchant service fees, costs a flat $439 price, and charges a 1.6 percent clip.
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Twitter opening up a potentially rich marketing channel
As Twitter prepares to open up its Moments feature, we explain how businesses can benefit by posting more engaging content.
Aug 12 2016, 2:00PM
Twitter may eat Flipboard, Google may eat Twitter
Speculations rise that Flipboard, Twitter and Google may be involved in chain of acquisitions.
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Shoes of Prey customer cries "tears of joy"
It's true, some people will shout out to the world about how amazing your business is. Just take a look at this Twitter feed.
Jul 10 2013, 12:48PM
Optus socal media "warning" to Australian business
The hype wave surrounding social media seems relentless, but it's not always the golden branch between you and your customers.
May 2 2013, 3:38PM
Communicating with your customers: don't forget Facebook
Bank robber Willie Sutton said he targeted banks "because that's where the money is." Businesses should take a similar approach to Facebook.
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Sick of social media? Watch this
this video from Internet comedy site The Onion, which has been doing the rounds since last week, seems to be implying….well, we'll let you make up your mind.
Nov 27 2012, 2:00PM
Following friends, rivals on Twitter? Read this
If you've started following companies on Twitter, here's an important tip that could save you falling for a scam
Sep 3 2012, 12:12PM
How to stop someone impersonating your business on Twitter
It's happened to Stephen Conroy, Steve Jobs and a Bankwest executive, so what can you do about someone impersonating you or your business on Twitter?
Aug 29 2012, 11:50AM
How much time do you spend on social media?
Although more small businesses are running their own websites, the MYOB Business Monitor found that online activity was down in July compared to previous months.
Aug 17 2012, 10:45AM
Breaking rule #1 about working from home
The first rule about working from home is not to be distracted by all the shiny new things on the Internet. But turning yourself into a recluse isn't the answer, argues Alex Kidman.
May 25 2012, 10:41AM
Opinion: The "work at home" myth
Sitting by yourself in your home office can be an incredibly lonely experience. Jon Honeyball argues that the "virtual office" is far from perfect.
May 21 2012, 11:34AM
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