I have published posts about my and my country's close links with Australia, so it is to my pleasure to come across this site Jobs in Adelaide. It is a site where you can post free advertisements. In the above case, it will be for advertisements related to jobs in Adelaide. I have sister, brother-in-law, nephews, nieces, colleague, friends and relatives spread around Australia, but I don't have any to the best of my knowledge, in Adelaide. Neither am l located in Adelaide. However, the consultancy and services job I seek can be done from any part of the world with an Internet connection, so I have no hesitation in posting a free ad at Jobs in Adelaide (or any part of the world) which will at the same time draw attention to the innovation that was instrumental in getting this blog started. This is an opportunity from heaven that need no money, only the time in preparing the ad.
You can see the ad at
I did not make that an active link because as time goes by, the ad drops further down from the top of the page and I do not know if eventually the ad will become offline. If that happens, it will become a dead link, and search engines spider do not like dead links. It can affect a site search engine ranking. But Gumtree is very good in that they send an email to you as the ad drops from the top of the page, and to put it at the top, all you need to do is to click on a link. I would suppose if I continue to do that, the ad will continue to be online, but I can't be sure. If you want to see my ad, you will have to copy-paste the ad URL into your browser address bar and press the ENTER key.
Gumtree do not just post the kind of ad I posted. The also have Adelaide classifieds where you can post your ads in categories including Flat/House Share, Flat/House Rent, Stuff for Sale, Cars for Sale, Community, Friends/Dating, Jobs and Business Services.
This, Dating in Adelaide, should interest those who are looking for soul mates. If you are single, available and interested, try that site. If you are married, I hope you keep away. No offence meant, just common decency.