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VZi Small Business Forum Volkszone has many entrepreneurs, self-employed and those who run their own companies. Please use this forum to ask (and answer) any small business related questions - employment law, tax laws, insurance, marketing, council rates, etc. Please DO NOT use it to tout for business or to plug your own company (please use the Yellow Pages forum for this) - any blatant 'plug' posts will be deleted and the posters may be reprimanded further. This is the ONLY warning you will receive - the idea is to help each others' businesses, not to take advantage - so please play nice.

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Old 20-06-2013, 09:54 AM   #11
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So T4Dave has posted about SEO. As well as offering a nugget of advice which i have done, I have a great company that I work with that i'd like to recommend. Can I publicly on the forum? do I PM him?

Just want to get the rules straight before i try and help anyone.
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Recommending 'someone else' is fine dude.

In your previous post you were writing/asking about a 'template' to plug/promote your (our) own company (companies) - that's not what this forum is for dude.

By all means recommend other companies/people you trust.
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So T4Dave has posted about SEO. As well as offering a nugget of advice which i have done, I have a great company that I work with that i'd like to recommend. Can I publicly on the forum? do I PM him?

Just want to get the rules straight before i try and help anyone.
Cheers,
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Recommending 'someone else' is fine dude.

In your previous post you were writing/asking about a 'template' to plug/promote your (our) own company (companies) - that's not what this forum is for dude.

By all means recommend other companies/people you trust.
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Old 20-06-2013, 10:40 PM   #13
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