The Now Normal
The Coronavirus Health Emergency has impacted countless lives and businesses around the globe. To say that our world has forever been changed would be a drastic understatement. While some are hopeful that things will return to how they used to be, the successful business owner is planning ahead for life beyond "The New Normal" and looking to strategies aimed at advancing them in "The Now Normal." This is a collection of our thoughts regarding this critical digital marketing topic.
THE NOW NORMAL EPISODE: 4 | MARKETING FOR PROFESSIONALS IN THE "NOW NORMAL"
People are still dealing with quarantines and shutdowns, but it doesn't mean your business has the luxury of shutting down. In fact, now is the time you want to be stepping up your efforts, especially with regard to marketing. You can expand your audience and convert more of them into interested prospects with these now normal marketing tips.
THE NOW NORMAL: EPISODE 3 | BUSINESS RECOVERY PLANS AFTER COVID-19
2020 has been a rough year for sure. Professional services businesses have been especially challenged after many were completely shut down for some time due to Covid-19. A business recovery plan may just be what the doctor ordered to get them through the next business disruption event.
THE NOW NORMAL: EPISODE 2 | HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY AFTER COVID-19
The Corona Virus Health Emergency has instigated significant change in the world, reshaping businesses of every shape and size. It has brought challenges unseen before and is causing many businesses to rethink how they must operate to thrive in the new normal, including healthcare businesses. The pandemic has changed how healthcare centers and providers manage health services and interact with their patients.
THE NOW NORMAL: EPISODE 1 | POST PANDEMIC PLANNING TOOLKIT FOR A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BUSINESS
Are you a professional service provider that struggles to create the perfect post pandemic toolkit for your business? If yes, then this is the article that helps you prepare for your business’ future after Covid-19.