Social Responsibility Steps To Take During COVID-19
The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. In response to this pandemic, nationwide people are self-isolating. There are some steps that the digital marketing world needs to take to prepare for this sudden transition of work-flow.
The frenzy related to the COVID-19 has affected search terms. Google has already taken the liberty of attempting to eliminate traffic capitalizing off of the Coronavirus. However, as a measure of insurance, adding terms such as “coronavirus” or “COVID-19” to negatives within accounts would be beneficial.
However, many businesses are experiencing booms in search traffic and overall revenue. Due to the nature of current shopping. Online searches and purchases are increasing exponentially. So, if your product or service relies on online tools and delivery, it is imperative that you keep track of the data. It is also important to tailor your metrics to this new trend, so that people can access your product or service in any location.
Don’t Freak Out:
As mentioned above, there should be some prep for the new transitions taking place. However, it is also important not to take hasty decisions based on current data. Analyze and evaluate the trends first. The current state of affairs will likely not be a lasting one for years to come, so evaluate with that in mind. Your digital marketing structure should not be altered too much. Aside from immediate changes refrain from hastily shifting everything. Data scientists have proven this to be detrimental for your ROI in the short-term and in the long-term.
At this time, it is important to be sensitive to the issue at hand, which is to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19. If there are any scheduled meetings and events, you are strongly urged to cancel or reschedule them to be online. This also goes for day-to-day activities such as office members meeting one another. This does not mean that you have to stop pursuing everyday goals, it just means that health and safety should be prioritized.
These are just some changes recommended for the digital marketing shift during the next couple of weeks. Most importantly though, safety is a big priority. The CDC recommends that people wash their hands thoroughly for a minimum of 20 seconds. It is also recommended to avoid social functions and contact with others. Also, if you feel ill in any way refrain from being out and about. Stay safe!
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