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Small Business Tips During Coronavirus
Small Business Tips During Coronavirus – What You Can Be Doing Right Now
If you’re a small business, you’ve likely already been impacted by the Coronavirus (Covid19) and the Shelter-in-place ordinance that has been put in place to help flatten the curve and the spread of the virus. You’re not alone. Nearly every call that we’ve answered in the last month has been from an existing client who is looking to “pivot” – or find a way to shift their revenue stream to allow for additional purchasing online, gift-cards online, the addition of pop-up windows to provide instant notifications, or complete shifts in product to be better suited for the time being. We’ve worked with countless businesses over the years to help improve their digital marketing strategy, online experience or to create a better connection with their target demographic, and wanted to provide as much information and assistance to out fellow small-business pros right now when they need it most.
We’ve partnered up with one of our favorite clients, One Small Blonde (www.onesmallblonde.com), who is an online marketing guru and success story, to provide you some small business tips during Coronavirus that you can be doing right now, as a small business owner to use your downtime wisely to work on your online side of the business.
Take a look at our top small business tips during coronavirus below.
Download our free publication calendar template here.Head over to our favorite small-business tools and recommendations for a link to our email list builder, as well as a lot of others that you may find useful to your business.Download our complimentary audit checklist here.
If you are interested in taking it a step further, we’d love to hear from you. We offer full brand and website audit assistance, ongoing accountability consulting, and even a one-week strategy intensive (one-on-one) to help you use your downtime most efficiently during this downtime.
Interested in coming up with content and learning about how to fill in your content calendar? Head over to One Small Blonde and learn from someone who has a proven track record!
The current economic situation can feel overwhelming right now, but remember, understanding your customers’ needs, wants and changed buyer behavior can alleviate some of that stress and help you connect with your audience even more. Do you want to learn more? Download our FREE Small Business Digital Report here.