Marketing executive Jeanniey Walden and podcast host Christoph Trappe discuss the topic on this episode of the Business Storytelling Podcast. Jeanniey shares how she predicts that face masks will be with us for 6-12 months and that brands should think about creating branded ones for their target audiences. Children going back to school will likely ask their parents for specific ones and professionals will match the day’s face mask to their outfit.
This article discusses how well virtual conferences work and how you can turn your off-line conference into a virtual conference.
This article discusses small business marketing strategies that can help you ensure your customers know that your business is open.
Eric Van Kerckhove, owner of AllegraCr.com, shared with me on the Business Storytelling Podcast how restaurants and other B2C businesses can use direct mail now to reach customers. B2B businesses might consider waiting until offices reopen but he shares strategies here as well. Sending direct mail campaigns can be a differentiator during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020.
Zoom has really taken off and is dominating social media discussions with the current coronavirus pandemic and people working remote. In this article I discuss whether you should call your webinars Zoom Meetings to ride that awareness of the brand.
Facebook Watch Parties are now a thing brands can host and participate in on Facebook. This article looks at what they are and how Facebook users are participating in a Facebook Watch Party.
Estimated read time: 7 minutesThe coronavirus pandemic has impacted probably everyone in the United States. That can be through working remote, no school, being infected or reduced or lost income. A total of 3.3 million people filed unemployment claims during the pandemic – an all-time high […]