Supporting Your Business
To support your business during this difficult time, we’ve pulled together some of our useful articles on how you can adapt to stay open.
Over the past few weeks of this pandemic, we’ve been approached by a growing list of local business owners saying “I’ve just had a website built by (Cheap Local Website Designer) but nobody is buying my products”. Typically these businesses have spent around £200 on their website, which sounds like a great deal until I visit their websites to see basic Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) practices being ignored by their designer.
Facebook might not be the first social network you think of when it comes to earning money, but it’s perfectly possible to generate an income using the site. But the nature of Facebook means that it needs a slightly different approach to other social networking sites – you’re not going to become a Facebook influencer by adding thousands of friends to your personal account.
Maintaining communication with your customers and making it easy for them to contact you makes it more possible to continue doing business, manage expectations, and assist people through these uncertain times.
Here are some measures you can take to keep the lines of communication open between you and your customers.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to major changes to daily life in the UK, and to significant disruption for businesses across the nation.
It’s certain the situation will keep changing and change rapidly, so with that in mind here are some ideas to help small businesses cope during the pandemic.