Where do businesses go to find an accounting firm?

Bsource.com - ever heard of it? If you act quickly, you can list your accounting firm with the web site and get exposure to millions of qualified, prospective clients.

So what's the deal? Well, Bsource is a matchmaker for businesses and vendors. Beyond being a directory online, the site uses a proprietary matching system that connects you with clients that specifically match your firm's skills and interests.

Many news sites use Bsource as their "matchmaker" service, so you get the benefit of being on many sites at once with just one listing. A few of their many sites include:

> Inc.com
> DowJones.com
> Entrepreneur.com
> BtoB.com

If you miss the limited free trial time, don't worry. You can still get a listing. The site will charge a small finder's fee if a lead turns into a client and only after you get paid.

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