2014-03-03 00:00:00 Marketing English https://d3hrajprm8dqcv.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/08195244/Blog-Image.jpg Intuit QuickBooks Wants to Help Your Small Business Create Big Buzz

Intuit QuickBooks Wants to Help Your Small Business Create Big Buzz

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Today more than ever, small business owners are relying on online buzz and local marketing to grow their businesses. But for entrepreneurs with a limited marketing budget, spreading the word about their business online without the right tools or guidance can be daunting.That’s why Intuit QuickBooks’ new Small Business Local Buzz campaign is helping small businesses owners like you build successful buzz in communities around India. Could Your Business Use INR 2.5 lakhs worth of Buzz? Between March 3 and April 11, small businesses will have an opportunity to win one of 10 INR 2.5 lakh cash prizes. To enter, simply tell us about your business and how it would benefit from some buzz. Then, share your entry with friends and fans to encourage votes and increase your chances of being one of the 10 winning businesses. Best of all, just for entering you’ll receive our free Building Buzz on a Budget guide with tips and tricks on marketing your business. Just make sure to submit your entry before April 11. We’ll be announcing and profiling winners on the Intuit India Small Business Blog throughout the month of March. To learn more about our Small Business Local Buzz campaign or to enter, click here

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About Intuit India

A leading provider of business, financial and tax management solutions, Intuit India is committed to supporting the innovation, success, and prosperity of small business owners across the country. www.intuit.in

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