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Can he fix it? No he can’t: Training provider slammed for showing “unsafe” workplace behaviour in ad

The Advertising Standards Board has upheld a complaint against a television commercial that depicted a superhero tradie throwing chisels and shooting nail guns. by Broede Carmody

yesterdayFriday, 24 October 2014

Twitter opens its doors to SMEs

Twitter has opened the gates to businesses around the globe, including Australia, offering paid advertising space to small and medium businesses. by Catriona Pollard

“No, we are not child friendly”: Aussie café owner’s comments go viral internationally

A New South Wales café owner has been forced to defend her business after a Facebook comment she made about the “child friendly” nature of her cafe went viral, attracting worldwide attention. by Kirsten Robb

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Aussie entrepreneur swallows computer in a pill: The four craziest publicity stunts

In a bizarre publicity stunt, Pop! co-founder and chief executive Chris Koch swallowed a computer in a pill yesterday. by Cara Waters

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Perth franchise receives “flood” of online abuse for selling halal beef

A franchisee from Perth has spoken out about how his restaurant receives “a flood” of online abuse for selling halal beef. by Broede Carmody

Byron Bay Cookies cops racist abuse for “disrespectful” halal-certified Anzac biscuits

A gourmet biscuit manufacturer in New South Wales has received significant social media backlash after seeking Halal certification for its products. by Broede Carmody

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Five ways to amplify your results from content marketing

Introducing some discipline and strategy will ensure that the money spent on content marketing turns into revenue for smart business owners. by Michelle Gamble

Australia’s shonkiest companies named and shamed

What does a bank, chocolate biscuits and an electronic reading device all have in common? by Eloise Keating

Woolies comes under fire for “racist” singlets it claims it never ordered

Woolworths has been forced to pull a men’s singlet from two of its stores after individuals took to social media to label the items “vile” and “racist”. by Eloise Keating
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