When the COVID-19 lockdowns were ordered, webpages, blogs and items written for social media feeds needed to make a fast, hard turn to remain relevant. Now that businesses are starting to open back up, another shift is required. Find out what you can do to remain relevant and necessary as the economy begins to open up.
It’s not easy to focus on blogs and adding new webpages when you’re working in your home with bored kids wanting attention, maybe a dog running around the house who also wants you to play or the cat deciding your keyboard is the perfect place to walk across, and when just going to the store for food can be a daunting task. But remaining pertinent and valuable to your clients is more important now than ever.
This period of social distancing has been a difficult adjustment for our society. With apocalyptic headlines gracing our e-news feeds, it’s tough to avoid a sense of impending doom. However, this is also a prescient time for retrospection and thoughtfulness. How we respond in challenging times like this can shape our worldview moving forward. More importantly, it can help shape the world view of others. Here are 8 ways to be mindful during the COVID-19 pandemic →
I thought it would be smart to put a list together for clients about what you can do with any extra time you may have to help and benefit your marketing efforts. It’s a pretty extensive list, so you can print this blog and use it as a reminder of the many things you can do during the pandemic to ensure the strength of your relationships, and of your business.
You’re used to waking up for work, showering, getting your coffee, commuting, and settling in at the office. Well, working from home should follow a similar pattern. We recommend establishing a new routine that will help you switch gears and compartmentalize. Here are the top tips we have for setting yourself up for success while working from home.
Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, workplaces are scrambling to deliver services remotely while maintaining the continuity of their work. We thought it would be helpful to provide a summary of the technology tools PSM has used to remotely deliver its services as a virtual marketing company since its inception in 1997.
Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has impacted small businesses disproportionately. While industries like travel, hospitality, and others will benefit from government support, many small e-commerce and online businesses are struggling in the face of this global pandemic and dismal economy.
As businesses grapple with how to keep their organization moving forward with a newly formed virtual workforce, it is important now more than ever to keep your search engine rankings high. There are several reasons why, along with a few ideas on how to do it.
Do you have your 2020 Marketing Plan in place yet? If not, fear not. In fact, it’s a great time of year to focus on your business growth goals! The key to your success in 2020 will rely on stepping back, assessing your strengths, and proactively identifying your target audiences, key messages and marketing objectives. Once you have your 2020 8-Step Marketing Plan in place you will need to commit to implementing your plan – not storing it on a shelf!
Since its inception over 20 years ago, PSM Marketing has been a true virtual marketing firm. Early on, PSM allowed for flexible work hours, remote working, video conferencing, and overall work-life balance back when those concepts were truly novel in most corporate settings. This progressive business model has helped establish PSM as a true thought leader in the Twin Cities business community. Today, workplace culture is shifting to include the desires of Gen Xers and Millennials; two generations that prioritize work-life balance. So why does this model work so well? What magic did PSM tap into way before it was cool? Let’s explore.