The impact of COVID-19 has been difficult on the economy, but ReminderMedia doesn’t intend to give up—and you shouldn’t either.
The entire world has come to a halt in the past few weeks as the novel coronavirus has spread throughout the world. Naturally, there has been enormous concern and fear about what this virus means for the global economy. Its impact has reached far and wide and no business is exempt from the effects.
One thing we do know for certain is that, in time, the world will go back to normal, businesses will be allowed to reopen, and the economy will pick back up. How long it will take to return to normal is hard to say, but in times of uncertainty such as this, it’s crucial to remain positive—and that’s exactly what the ReminderMedia team has promised to do.
Instead of allowing this pandemic to halt our business, we know that it’s more important than ever for our clients to persevere—and for us to continue to innovate and offer new ways to help them meet their goals. Our workforce is now working hard remotely to be able to provide our customers the best tools possible to come out of this stronger than ever.
Our entire suite of print and digital products remains available to our clients, including American Lifestyle and Start Healthy magazines, the Digital Edition, and Postcards, with the same lighthearted and informative content people need during this difficult time. In addition, we have decided to offer our Social Media Shares Premium product for free for the next 60 days. Each personally branded blog post is full of fun DIYs, delicious recipes, and other relevant content primed for sharing right now—with new content being created weekly. We have also offered our Local Content email customers the opportunity to send a biweekly content email in its place, which includes a week full of exciting ideas to keep people of any age busy.
In the most recent episode of Stay Paid, Luke and Josh discussed the challenges and positive lessons we have learned during this shift, and how other businesses can benefit from staying optimistic and continuing to move forward—even if the light at the end of the tunnel seems far away. They offer an encouraging look at the future, with specific tips to help small businesses overcome the difficulties of maintaining sales and marketing goals in the midst of a crisis.