Between knowing how to survive COVID-19 to figuring out how to manage post-lockdown reopenings, there’s so much for nonessential businesses to worry about right now. If you own a nonessential small business, you may be experiencing these anxieties. The stress of it all can feel downright staggering, especially when you have worries in your personal life as well. Learn how you can best protect your small business now and help it thrive as restrictions are lifted.
You Can Start by Improving Your Small Business Website
Since social distancing is expected to be a norm for the foreseeable future, savvy small businesses will want to upgrade their online presence to connect to customers.
You Can Work on Boosting Your Social Media Presence
A revamped website will help you really wow customers who are practicing social distancing, but those same customers are also turning to social media now more than ever.
Eventually, You Can Reopen and Start Revitalize Your Business
Expanding your online presence and options will remain important even as the economy opens back up, but at some point you’ll need to start thinking of other ways to revitalize your business.
Surviving and thriving in the age of coronavirus requires some serious resilience on the part of nonessential small businesses. By using some of the resources above, you can get back to focusing on recovery efforts for your small business during these tough times.
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