COVID-19 is the most talked about subject in the world right now. It has disrupted nearly every person and business across the nation, so we’ve created some resources to help our fellow marketers, business owners and remote workers.
We want you to help you get through this by sharing insight into what’s happening in the digital world, and what we can do to support you if needed.
Just because we’re working remotely doesn’t mean we can’t have a quick chat and share a virtual coffee or beer, so if you’re feeling a bit lost with what to do next, drop us a line.
How COVID-19 is affecting your marketing.
In this post, we’re going to explore how COVID-19 has and will affect marketing departments and marketers individually, and what can be done to make the most of a bad situation.
The world is shutting down and every part of society as we knew it is on standby and needing to adjust in some drastic manner. But the shockwaves are being felt by people and organisations alike. Here’s what is happening in the marketing world.
3 ways to pivot your marketing strategy for COVID-19
Marketing is one aspect of every businesses which has been significantly affected by Coronavirus. Since the outbreak, we’ve seen lots of new initiatives from companies who’re trying to build something positive from a negative situation.
In this post, we consider 3 ways you can pivot your marketing strategy and offer some help to your clients, customers or prospects.
How service businesses can use chatbots to help through the pandemic.
The pandemic has increased the demand for chatbots due to quarantine and social distancing.
As chatbots get smarter, more powerful, and more versatile across more platforms, they can turn donkey businesses into unicorn brands.
Chatbots are the most powerful automation tool for marketing available right now, and they’re proving to be a game-changer during the pandemic. Here’s how you can use them to propel your business forward.
Contributed by Larry Kim – CEO, MobileMonkey & Founder, Wordstream.
Content series: How to run a web project remotely.
Your website is a key part of your marketing plan and your strongest sales asset. Now more than ever your website is crucial. If it is not up to scratch you need to do something about it.
In this series, we’ll explore how to run a web project from start to finish while you’re working remotely.
Briefing and selecting a web agency.
In the first part of this series, we explore how to create a web brief, find the right agencies and evaluate proposals and presentations.
The strategy and discovery phase.
In the second installment of our three-part series we’ll explore how to run the discovery phase of a web development project. After all, web design projects don’t start with design, they start with discovery.
The design and build of your new website.
Lockdown or not, there is no need for physical meetings in a web design project. In the final part of this series, we’ll explore how to run the design and build phase of a website design project from the comfort of your desk.
Better PPC budgeting through the pandemic.
If you’re new to digital ads, run them but want to improve, or you’re an expert in pay-per-click ads, this article aims to help you manage your budget more effectively during this difficult time.
Although it’s easy to get drawn to the more attractive aspects of PPC advertising, it can be more impactful – and more profitable – to take a look at your budgeting. Here’s how you can improve your PPC budgeting during the pandemic.
How to build a working from home culture.
With the UK in a no-nonsense lockdown, we’re all at home trying to adjust to our new normal. But working from home isn’t always as easy as it sounds, especially if you have pets or children that need attention.
In this blog, we are going to explore some tips for new remote workers and team leaders who want to get the most from their staff during the isolation.
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