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: Do your debts die with you?
Why it worked: The article covered the taboo subject of death and what happens to your finances and debts when you die. This article piqued the interest of those readers with a family member in the later stages of their life.
Author: Rod Cunich

Article: Why super doesn’t work
Why it worked: YourLifeChoices retirement expert Kaye Fallick shared why and how the superannuation system has fallen down. Kaye’s article blurb was provocative in suggesting that readers have been ripped off.
Author: Kaye Fallick

: How to find the cheapest flights
Why it worked: The baby boomer generation is thriftier than its younger counterparts. As this generation has more time to search for a deal and flexibility with dates, they are always looking out for the best deal without sacrificing on quality.
Author: Drew Patchell

: Early signs of heart trouble
Why it worked: Due to the age range of our readership, a large portion of readers will have heard of a friend or family that has suffered heart troubles.
Author: Leon Della Bosca

: When will I get the NBN?
Why it worked: With billions of tax payers money invested into the program and plans that are significantly cheaper than the rate most readers are paying for non-NBN services, readers are extremely interested in finding out when the NBN will be available in their area.
Author: Amelia Theodorakis

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Starting out as a week of work experience in 2005 while studying his Bachelor of Business at Swinburne University, Drew has never left his post and has been with the company ever since, working on the websites digital needs. Drew has a passion for all things technology which is only rivalled for his love of all things sport (watching, not playing).


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