There are perhaps fewer things I detest as a consumer when evaluating whether or not to do business with a particular company is businesses and their associates (in their employ or otherwise) engaging in “Astroturfing” — The posting of positive reviews and ratings of their own business online (In this instance, under their personal accounts).
Lawrence (Vic.) Pty Ltd. T/A Thrifty Vic Car and Truck rental – Glenn Lawrence… “Personally I think that these guys are the best rental company in Victoria. They always have great service a delivery on time with a smile. I would recommend them to anybody.”
– Source: Google Maps
…(if he is the same Glenn Lawrence who is connected to the Licensee) Of Course he would say that, he owns the franchise he’s reviewing.
Will be away in Australia Next week to attend the Company Asia Pacific Technical Symposium.
In a way (as stated before) KAHA is like my surrogate Facebook and NUI.NZ being my surrogate Instagram. To be honest, merging the two blogs is perhaps not that high on the personal priority list. If the sites were commercial ones, then yeah, I would be far more motivated to merge the two blogs for so called “Search Engine Optimization” reasons.
Finally was coaxed by my current ISP, Spark, to move from ADSL1 to Fibre (100Mbit), when they sent a letter threa… er… advising that they will add $5 to my bill for staying with the old copper ADSL1 connection.
Fibre is considerably Faster I guess. Everything is more snappy, Graphics intensive NUI.NZ loads in a blink of an eye along with all the other sites. But is this more of sign of how websites in general have become so incredibly bloated.
There is only a $10.00 monthly price difference between the smallest plan and the unlimited plan. I’m aware they have in the past throttled and traffic shaped unlimited plans, but it looks like this may have been relaxed.