Here are some sites and companies we like and recommend and, at the bottom,
some we don't:
Your one-stop site to buy any Autodesk product including, of course,
the world-beating AutoCAD suite of drawing software. Also
Want QuickBooks or Pastel Accounting? Enquire at the above site.
Visit our Facebook page (and "Like" it if you like!) for the latest
news on what is happening in software development and special offers on
Our other Facebook page.
The world's largest and most detailed web site of
shops and businesses in Sandton north of the CBD, Johannesburg, South Africa. Monthly
shopping newsletter covering the area. Rooms to
let in Morningside Manor, list of amenities in the
area, invitation to Sunday walks along the
for easy bulk e-mail and SMS:
StringLite Interactive Multi Media
For e-mail stationery and much more:
click to e-mail
Tel: 011 888 9517 Fax: 086 672 1879.
EcoSolutions: for Owl boxes, bat boxes, and barbet logs:
Click here to e-mail, Cell: 072-365-9777, Tel: 012 305 5674 –
speak to Jonathan Haw or the secretary.
And then the ones we suggest you steer clear of:
Plum: Bad South African classifieds site
We do not recommend plum.co.za ("Buy and Sell Online: Africa's new
and used online marketplace") who give bad service and deliberately
waste your time.
Warning: Do Not Advertise on Webmail!
Webmail, also called Interface Media, will badger you constantly for
an appointment, which they seldom keep. They do not honour
requests to remove you from their list, as they are hopelessly inefficient.
They offer paid advertising on the Webmail free e-mail site. Unlike
Google, they charge "per impression" and not per click, which means they are
perfectly happy to take your money (in our case, two payments in excess of the amount
in the contract!) and for you to get no traffic as a result.
When asked for repayment of the excess their head of Accounts becomes
The statistics they produce are unreliable if not fraudulent, for
example they ran 0 impressions of a campaign for us, but
nevertheless claim to have generated 11 clicks! They can not
explain this, but nevertheless claim to produce "audited statistics".
Look on Hello Peter and you will see an
endless list of complaints about Webmail.
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