“Social media channels give you the chance to be in a room when you can’t be in the room!” ~ Rachel Barratt
In very uncertain times it can be especially hard to know that being together is not possible. Remember you have a wealth of ways at your fingers tips to be in contact with your family and friends even if you can’t be together in person.
Use your social media to check up on loved ones, to create local groups offering assistance and give each other a platform to connect when loneliness is a big concern.
As a business we understand these are particularly worrying times, and we would say your online presence is more vital than ever. Connect with your customers, ensure your business remains in people’s consciousness – remember, whilst we’re all dealing with a new normal there are ways for you to try to adapt. Consider what you can do remotely – can you offer video calls? Training online? Remote support?
We’re all in this together and we WILL get through this.