Businesses can’t wait for things to “get back to normal”.
Fast delivery. Curbside pickup. Video meetings. Live streams. Virtual classes.
All of these things were slowly (and sometimes not so slowly) gaining in popularity before coronavirus ever happened. Businesses needed to create a reasonable online presence just to let potential customers know they existed and convince them that they were real and legitimate.
The pandemic just sped up the process.
Now, digital offerings that were once considered “niche” are making up a huge chunk of many businesses’, well, business.
Don’t lose out on digital customers because you don’t consider yourself a “digital” operation.
The definition of what makes a business an “online business” is changing. Medical offices can engage in telehealth. Therapists can set teletherapy appointments. Lawyers and clients can participate in online meetings and house documents in the cloud. And all kinds of classes can be conducted virtual using options like Zoom, including martial arts, beauty, music, and so much more.
Even if your actual offerings can’t be conducted online, embracing an online model for marketing and selling those offerings can gain you new business while providing reassurance for those hoping to keep things as “contactless” as possible.
The best part? Many of these can done at relatively low cost, and you can repurpose a lot of the material for additional marketing efforts.
Let us show you how to transition your business to a more “digital” model.
Our team can…
- Guide you to the right digital solutions for you
- Let your current clients know about your “virtual” options
- Help you reach more people virtually
Even as physical businesses slowly continue to open up and restart operations, digital can help you to supplement in-person offerings and forge new connections that will enable you to survive and thrive. Don’t wait until you have to play catch-up — get started now!