As the government has advised us all to take more proactive steps to help stop the spread of coronavirus, this means that more and more people will be remaining indoors, working from home and self-isolating for an as-yet undefined period of time.
And, whilst this is clearly what’s best for public health, there’s little doubt that businesses could begin to suffer as a result of this reduced football and sparsity of custom. But, where people have been told to avoid the high street and public gatherings, there’s still a way to reach your customers online, through your website, blogs or social media channels.
In times such as these, these online channels of communication are more vital than ever and will help you get your messages out to the people who matter, in the right way and at the right time.
- Blogs: During the coronavirus outbreak, nothing matters more than helping people to keep safe, no matter who they are. At this time, we can provide your business with a blog that can help keep your customers informed and up-to-date about the current guidance around the pandemic. This can either be written as a general blog, or with the needs of your specific business in mind.
- Social media statements: The world of social media is understandably full of content relating to the coronavirus. Owing to the ubiquity of the infection, everyone from ordinary web users to big-name brands is centering their posts around this topic. With a social media statement, we can provide you with a post about coronavirus, shape this piece of content to suit your business and inform your customers about how you will be operating during this time. This post will be written to cover all of your platforms and is free to all of our existing clients. For companies who are not amongst our current clients, these posts can be produced at a small cost.
- Website statements: Due to hordes of people self-isolating, websites will now probably be accessed more than ever. Reassure your customers and clue them in to how you will be carrying out business during the coronavirus pandemic by placing a statement on your website. We can write this for you!
An online presence
As the measures to halt the spread of coronavirus become stricter, now is a better time than any to keep your online presence ticking over. By doing so, you will be able to establish a relationship with new and existing customers, keep people in the loop about how you are choosing to work for the time being and provide relevant and up-to-date information about your products and services during this testing time.
To take advantage of one or more of these services, or to find out more about us, visit our website.