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  Reply # 1055038 28-May-2014 13:21
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mattwnz: If they are normally free, you have to wonder why they are advertising it as a special offer.


Yeah, I suspect that was the point of the thread.  A bit of a reverse psychology attack.

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  Reply # 1055059 28-May-2014 13:37
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tigercorp:
mattwnz: If they are normally free, you have to wonder why they are advertising it as a special offer.


Yeah, I suspect that was the point of the thread.  A bit of a reverse psychology attack.


 Although I do see it says 'Premium' audit, so maybe it is different. Perhaps the thread is better to be removed.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1056078 29-May-2014 16:34
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tigercorp:
mattwnz: If they are normally free, you have to wonder why they are advertising it as a special offer.


Yeah, I suspect that was the point of the thread.  A bit of a reverse psychology attack.


 Although I do see it says 'Premium' audit, so maybe it is different. Perhaps the thread is better to be removed.


Premium Audit just means they'll find more things wrong with your webpage/site and offer you their "Premium fix it package" 

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  Reply # 1056105 29-May-2014 17:26
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I think that it would be amusing to see what an audit of geekzone reveals. Not saying there's anything wrong with GZ, but an audit by that outfit would no doubt find some "faults" that need money to fix.




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  Reply # 1056118 29-May-2014 17:51
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DarthKermit: I think that it would be amusing to see what an audit of geekzone reveals. Not saying there's anything wrong with GZ, but an audit by that outfit would no doubt find some "faults" that need money to fix.

 

Yes, that would be interesting. That said, what one company thinks isn't necessarily right or wrong, a lot of it is subjective and opinion. 

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