These are unprecedented times and depending on what vertical you’re in, this universal pause could be hurting your business drastically. We want to help. That’s why we made this list and video for you!

1. Add A Pop-up Announcement on your Website

This is crucial. People whether customers, prospects, anyone looking for help with your business or service will want to know (1) if anything has changed with how you operate, and (2) if so, what are the latest things they should know. Depending how your website is built this can be very easy, whether you use a plugin or add a little code to your homepage.

If you need help with this let us know!

2. Update Your Social Media Accounts (and PIN that post to the top)

Depending on what vertical you are in, some people may view your social media account(s) much more often than your website. You should write about how your business is functioning during coronavirus and click the pin option if it’s Facebook or Twitter.

3. Update your Google My Business Page

Not enough people keep on top of their Google My Business page, which is shocking as it can be as important if not more important than your website (yes, I said that). When you login to business.google.com, you’ll want to go to the ‘INFO’ tab and update your hours of operation (if they’re changing), OR add special hours if they’re going to be unpredictable day-to-day.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help with any of these items or other ways that you’d like to help market yourself or communicate with your audiences.

Stay safe and healthy!

These are unprecedented times and depending on what vertical you’re in, this universal pause could be hurting your business drastically. We want to help. That’s why we made this list and video for you!

1. Add A Pop-up Announcement on your Website

This is crucial. People whether customers, prospects, anyone looking for help with your business or service will want to know (1) if anything has changed with how you operate, and (2) if so, what are the latest things they should know. Depending how your website is built this can be very easy, whether you use a plugin or add a little code to your homepage.

If you need help with this let us know!

2. Update Your Social Media Accounts (and PIN that post to the top)

Depending on what vertical you are in, some people may view your social media account(s) much more often than your website. You should write about how your business is functioning during coronavirus and click the pin option if it’s Facebook or Twitter.

3. Update your Google My Business Page

Not enough people keep on top of their Google My Business page, which is shocking as it can be as important if not more important than your website (yes, I said that). When you login to business.google.com, you’ll want to go to the ‘INFO’ tab and update your hours of operation (if they’re changing), OR add special hours if they’re going to be unpredictable day-to-day.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help with any of these items or other ways that you’d like to help market yourself or communicate with your audiences.

Stay safe and healthy!