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‘Showrooming’, why shouldn’t I do it if it saves me money?

September 30, 2014

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My showrooming journey was born on t of a need for a new pair of running she’s. I’ve been training for the Auckland half marathon and in the process put a pair of Nike Free 5.0 through its paces. After doing a bit of research and fittings, I settled on a pair of Nike Lunarglide […]

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Turning off Facebook’s video auto-play to save on mobile data

September 7, 2014

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Yes, Facebook’s auto play video is a great enhancement for some and a major annoyance for others. Since it’s introduction and international rollout, many Facebook mobile app users may have (or may not have dependent or how much notice you take of your data) noticed an increase in their data usage. One thing that many […]

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How Staying Up-to-date With Broadband Plans Can Save You Money

January 5, 2014

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Our broadband package comes with 50GB of data a month which we thought was more than enough for our needs. Lately we have been reaching that limit and the consequences of going above it were to either pay for additional data or have our download speeds reduced to 64kbps which would have just been painful! […]

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals For Bloggers & Online Marketers

November 27, 2013

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday are good times of the year to get your hands on not only consumer goods. It is also an excellent time of the year for bloggers and digital marketers to get their hands on products and services to either create, enhance or add to their online presence. Some of the […]

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Click Monday 2013, New Zealand’s Cyber Monday Alternative

November 23, 2013

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Cyber Monday falls on the first Monday after Black Friday which for this year is on 2 December, 2013. It is a shopping event where instead of rushing into brick and mortar stalls as is traditionally done on Black Friday, consumers turn to the internet to take advantage of huge discounts being offered by a […]

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How New Zealanders Can Get Their Hands on 2013 Black Friday Deals

November 19, 2013

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This is somewhat of a follow on from last years post on how Black Friday deals are now more accessible to New Zealanders thanks in part to services such as YouShop by NZ Post. YouShop see’s Kiwis being able to take advantage of sales offered in the US by giving them a US shipping address […]

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Money Reader Saved My Blind Father-In-Law Money

August 31, 2013

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My father-in-law is blind and amongst other things, he relies on people to help him handle his cash. Unfortunately, not everyone in this world is honest and this present him with a bit of a situation. One of the people who was tasked with assisting him and handling a number of his affairs was not […]

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How Small Businesses Can Save on Transaction Fees With FreshBooks & PayPal Business Payments

August 18, 2013

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One thing that you will want to realise if you are business owner is cost savings. Cost savings can be realised in a number of ways and the ways in which that can be achieved would be too many to list as what can be realised will vary from place to place. One thing that […]

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Why I Recommend Flight Centre Botany For Your Travel Needs

March 21, 2013

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I have been fortunate in my life to have travelled to various parts of the world and experienced different countries, cultures, people, foods, sights, sounds, smells and everything else that travel has to bring. This has also meant dealing with a number of travel agents in that time but on the odd occasion it has been easy […]

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