28 Jul Spin is here for you!
Hi Spin fam!
We’ve missed you, but we are still here and coming back better than ever. We want you all to know we are here to support your business, and our community in any way we can…so Spin is now offering affordable PR packages through August 15, 2020, to help your business get back on track due to the pandemic. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We are here for you!
Check out some of these marketing tips for re-opening:
- Communication: Email marketing with platforms like Mailchimp or Constant Contact is a great way to tell stories about your company, provide information about how things are moving forward with your customer’s safety in mind and overall create more bonding and branding moments with your clients. Set up a photo shoot to capture footage of these safety protocols and post photos of servers in masks, temperature checks before entry, tables 6-feet apart, etc. If you don’t have experience with email marketing, look to a marketing company like one of ours, to assist. Sometimes, you need some help to learn and implement new methods.
- Community Relations: Has your business done something great? Tell the story on your social channels and tag someone that you feel might help you spread that message. Did you go from manufacturing packing to making masks that you delivered to health care workers? The community needs to know these outstanding feats! Toot your own horn and perhaps that message can go viral and bring greater attention to a need, thus spreading good throughout the community.
- Information: It’s imperative the information online is correct — check your Yelp profile, Google page, website, etc., and make sure information regarding opening dates and times, offerings, etc., are up to date. This is the perfect time for those website upgrades as well. Review content on all pages, update photos and make sure all the updated and necessary information is ready when you are to open your doors.
- Get creative! Instead of caution tape or blue painters tape, use smiley face decals to social distance guests and branded masks with happy faces to make people smile, partner with a local artist to paint an inspiring mural on the side of the building. Instead of putting bottles of CVS hand sanitizer on the tables, try adding some essential oil and filling a mason jar tied with herbs and a cute note. The extra TLC will make customers feel safe and want to come back for more.