Community Engine Launch 'Save Time Online' Promotion For Small Business Owners

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Community Engine, the new marketing and ecommerce platform, has launched a ‘Save Time Online’ promotion for small businesses and start-ups with a competition to win an iPad Mini.

Win an iPad Mini with Community Engine

Win an iPad Mini with Community Engine

Thousands of small businesses have already claimed their free small business profile on Community Engine

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Community Engine is a new marketing and ecommerce platform, built locally for small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs, who are just starting to get their business up and running online. It provides an easy-to-use online toolkit, including a free home on the web, tools to share news and offers with customers, and a shopfront to sell products online. It's powered by real recommendations, helping small business operators harness word of mouth - without the costs and hassles of setting up a website and ecommerce facilities.

Thousands of small businesses have already claimed their free small business profile on Community Engine, from specialty stores, to sole traders, to restaurants and cafes.

Community Engine has launched a new ‘Save Time Online’ promotion for small businesses and start-ups, with a competition to win an iPad Mini. To enter, all the small business owner needs to do is go to faves.communityengine.com.au/ipad, answer a quick question and then claim their free small business profile. The competition is open until the 9th of January 2013.

On Community Engine small business owners can:

  • Invite customers to follow their small business and share messages, photos, videos and offers with them. Small business owners can also share to Facebook and Twitter.
  • Set up a shopfront for free. Small business owners only pay a very low transaction fee when they make a sale, and it’s secured by Westpac.
  • Harness the power of recommendations and build an online network.

About Community Engine:
Community Engine believes the internet is about people, not webpages. These people may run their business from home, have a store or provide a service. They may organise events and programs for schools, sporting clubs or community organisations. All of them have their own passions and it’s these interests that create the community graph, the ‘community intelligence’ on which Community Engine’s recommendation network is based.

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