Here are the #TNT tips you may have missed during April 2020. Subscribe so you don’t miss any tips!
THE FUTURE IS NOW
Think of all those things you’d like to accomplish for your business “in the future,” but haven’t gotten around to because the day-to-day is too busy. Do you want to create more content, try video, improve your customer’s online experience or your own processes?
Here are 5 things you can do to help your organization in this uncertain time. Just because you have to practice social distancing, doesn’t mean you can’t continue to build your business relationships. Take this opportunity to hone in on your audience, create a clear, concise message, and try new ways of reaching your audience online.
We hope you’re staying safe and well. We know this is hard for everyone right now. We can’t change the circumstances we’re in, but we can choose how we are going to respond.#inthistogether
Communication Tips for Local Biz
Social distancing is really physical distancing so you don’t want to stop communicating with your audience, but there are a couple of things you should think about.
People are spending a record amount of time online right now. What will they learn about your business? Keep your audience informed on your website, through email marketing, and using online tools like Google My Business.
Stay safe and healthy! We will get through this together.
Don’t Let Zoombombing Happen To You
With social distancing and remote work being the norm right now, many of us are participating in video conferences through tools like Zoom. But, you aren’t the only one. Some people with too much time on their hands are joining calls to spoil the fun.
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing platform that can be used for video meetings, audio conferences, webinars, meeting recordings, and live chat. Unfortunately, internet trolls have found a way in to your chats and once there share inappropriate content. Zoom updated some security settings and gives tips for keeping trolls out.
What other adjustments have you had to make as a result of COVID-19? Tell us how you are adapting to marketing your organization right now. What works? What are you struggling with?
Working Remotely in Times of Uncertainty
As more and more people are transitioning to remote work, we wanted to share some tips, tricks and tools, to help make your work day successful.
Many of you have been working remotely for a while now, and it’s definitely been an adjustment. Next week is Small Business Week, and Google is holding a livestream event on how to manage your business remotely. Check out the livestream and our podcast for tips, tools and resources to help your organization as we adjust to this new normal.