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£8 monthly advertiser?

Discussion in 'Forum Support & Feedback' started by RyanDOT, Jun 9, 2012.

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  1. RyanDOT

    RyanDOT

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    I saw some notice about purchasing advertising membership from £8 a month, is that just for the first month, as a trial thing, or is it over?

    Basically, I develop websites, write content and clean some coding for clients, and just want to expand my hobby into something bigger, I'm not a registered company or whatever, this is just a hobby of mine, or could say a part-time work.

    I'm still working on my portfolio, and just enquiring about the advertising membership on here because I also advertise my services elsewhere
  2. AntiHeroUK

    AntiHeroUK

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    Hi Ryan,

    Basically there are two types of advertising packages available, both of which are outline here.

    The first is the yearly subscription which is £100 + VAT.

    The second is a 3 month subscription which is £60 + VAT.

    The first one works out at £8.33 a month which is probably the notice you saw.

    Hope this helps! :)
  3. eAuction

    eAuction

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    Remember, even if you class this as a hobby, if you are making money then you need to register with the HMRC.
  4. RyanDOT

    RyanDOT

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    Ah right, thanks guys. I will look into that eAuctions, thanks!
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