2013-11-19 00:00:00Advice & TipsEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/uk_qrc/uploads/2017/01/Natasha-and-Noel.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/archive/the-best-deal-guide-wins-first-small-business-big-wishes-award-you-could-win-too/The Best Deal Guide wins first Small Business, Big Wishes Award – you could win too!

The Best Deal Guide wins first Small Business, Big Wishes Award – you could win too!

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The Best Deal Guide

Congratulations to The Best Deal Guide, which recently won the first Small Business, Big Wishes award from Intuit QuickBooks – generating them an extra £1,000.

The Best Deal Guide used social media to raise awareness and win votes – and we hope this funding will help their business become even more successful.

Don’t forget, you can still submit your business wish and win too – find out more

Small Business Big Wish

Meet the winners

Natasha and Noel

The Best Deal Guide partners with brands to provide consumers with the best up-to-date offers, deals and money-saving advice on fitness and beauty products.

Natasha from The Best Deal Guide said:

Our tagline is: ‘Look Fabulous, Feel Amazing & Save Money’ – people want to know how to look good, and how to save money doing it.

“We were so happy when we won! The money became secondary; it was more about the recognition of what we do. We would have been happy with 300 votes of support, let alone winning the money. It has given us a great marketing tool.

“The competition helped us to engage with our customers and other businesses; we got to reconnect with people, which was really nice, it can be an isolating experience running a business.

“We want to capitalise on this channel of communication we have opened up, so customers can ask questions and we can give out honest advice.

“We are planning to pitch to investors in the near future, and are hoping that the brand recognition caused by this win will encourage investors that we are a popular brand and worthy of their investment.”

Help to develop the business – “We want to be big!”

Noel from the Best Deal Guide added:

“It was so great to win! The competition really helped our publicity and showed a massive interaction from our online community. We want to get more people using the site and this has.

“Part of our business provides social media packages for other businesses in order to help them understand the relevance of social media. The prize money will enable us to develop this aspect of our business further.

“We think this service could pair well with QuickBooks, a lot of professionals could benefit from using QuickBooks Online as well as advice on using social media.

“The money we have won is going to go towards our new online marketing TV show aiming to increase growth. We want to start producing videos in order to promote our site and our products.

“The competition has shown us how we can connect with our community. People are willing to watch videos on Vine and YouTube, but not necessarily read articles.

“Ideally we want our sub sites to be made into their own sites, creating an overall brand, the Trusted Group, like Michelin. This is not a small plan, we want to be big!”

You too could benefit like Noel and Natasha from The Best Deal Guide – find out more about the Small Business, Big Wish giveaway

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