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Home Based Businesses In Online Window Shopping Mall

Bizzy Shopping Press Release – 27 May 2014

Bizzy Shopping Promotes Home Based Businesses In Online Window Shopping Mall

Facebook and small website business owners are getting a raw deal in New Zealand, with almost minimal affordable ways to get themselves in front of customers.

But finally New Zealand’s small home based businesses have a place to call home – Bizzy Shopping!
Bizzy Shopping has been created to help promote and support small home based business, particularly Facebook based businesses and work at home Mums. Owned and operated by Jackie Procter, herself a work at home Mum (WAHM), Bizzy Shopping has begun to build up a solid base of small businesses that are all using the Bizzy Shopping directory as a way to get in touch with new customers and network with other business owners.

However Bizzy Shopping is not interested in selling products for businesses. Rather they are a way of sending traffic to the website or Facebook page of a business and have just begun to do this by offering an online Window Shopping opportunity. With the popularity of online shopping rising, Bizzy Shopping are offering visitors the opportunity to browse through the products of numerous stores and find items to purchase, without having to spend hours searching through search engines. Instead just visiting one website will allow each visitor the opportunity to find, support and get in contact with high quality home based businesses that are usually difficult to find via search engines.

Bizzy Shopping has an online directory which offers small businesses a variety of extremely affordable ways to promote their business. They have recognized a growing trend, in that parents want to help contribute to their family’s income while staying home with their children. The rise in small home based business has been considerable and Bizzy Shopping are offering these businesses, whether they just sell on Facebook or via their own website, opportunities to network and advertise that were previously only available to large commercial businesses.

www.bizzyshopping.co.nz

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