Asic clears media company

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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 11:18 am

The latest traffic and finance report from the inactivists at Webdiary:

Site traffic is around the same level as June, which represents a reduction in daily traffic: most business days we get around 1150 visitors.

Advertisers sure are getting value for their investment.

We didn’t publish 19 abusive, content-free or incomprehensible comments, and 7 under the 5-post rule.

Ah, yes, the 5-post rule. Webdiary now has a rule limiting the number of comments an individual may submit to any given post. Lefties love rules.

Income in June was $262.21 in total … versus expenditure of $782.87 …

Income = $8.45 per day. Hilariously, because this crew is registered as a company, they lost $212 this month in annual Australian Securities and Investment Commission review fees. It’s doubtful ASIC has ever previously examined a financial statement that includes bolding fees.

UPDATE. Patricia: “Wow, I can’t wait for the IPO!”

Posted by Tim B. on 08/02/2006 at 08:47 AM
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