As the world opens back up, people continue online shopping. And it’s looking like ecommerce sites will continue to be necessary. Get your site ready.
One day, you’re open to the public. Suddenly, you’re plunged into offering curbside service and delivery options. Then, just as quickly, you’re doing a hybrid of both — maybe you’re able to open your doors, but only to a limited number of people, and only if you take huge precautions. Many customers still expect contactless options.
Admittedly, I’m very weird in many ways. First off, my wife and I have five children. Weird. Also, I’m a pretty big (very big) Star Wars fan. Weirder. I genuinely think D&D and Pokemon are just as engaging and valuable to the human experience as football or baseball. Straight up nerdy.
The current global pandemic has caught the entire world off guard in so many ways. For our businesses, it’s become essential to communicate our response to our customers.
As COVID-19 keeps so many of us inside “social distancing,” more and more small business owners who’ve always relied on their brick-and-mortar stores are suddenly needing to launch online businesses. Are you a business owner who currently has a website that you’ve always used as a sort of brochure, but now you need it to start working for you and selling products?
We’ve learned a thing or two about working remotely, and with everyone implementing social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, our insight is coming in handy.
Amidst the stress and excitement of moving, don’t forget to update key pieces of information crucial to your business.
This simple concept can focus your marketing efforts and bring in more customers.
Brand awareness is important for all businesses, but especially small ones.
Voice search’s popularity is on the rise and now is the time to update your website.