7 Ideas For Small Businesses During The CoronavirusMarch 30, 2020
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From coast to coast, COVID-19 has affected businesses of every size. Mandated closures have meant that small businesses have taken the brunt of the financial hardship. Here are three things that may help your small businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook is going the extra mile for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. The company has established a platform where small business owners can offer buy-now-use-later gift cards. They are also providing up to $100 million in grants and ad credits to help those companies that are struggling the most. To qualify, you must have been financially affected by COVID-19, have between 2 and 50 employees, and be near a location where Facebook operates.
Google Ads Credits
Google Ads can be an invaluable tool to small businesses. This giant entity is offering $340 million in ad credits that users can use across any of the Google Ads platforms all the way until the end of 2020. To qualify, you only need to have been an active ad customer with a small business since Jan 1, 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
Localized Small Business Grants
Many localities have stepped up to help small businesses during the pandemic. Some have utilized local government resources to establish grant programs. For example, Santa Barbara County in California has established a rapid response grant program. It is aimed at helping businesses that are trying to remain open because they’re essential or those facing financial hardships.
We Can Help You Re-strategize During COVID-19
We know a lot of small businesses are struggling in this unprecedented global pandemic. Take the opportunity to regroup, re-strategize, and hopefully come out of this ahead.
Contact us to schedule an appointment to discuss your marketing needs in this new 2020 environment.