Working parents will have even more on their plate as schools shift to remote learning as part of their COVID-19 precautions. Not only will parents have to balance working at…
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Apple's upcoming iOS14, which is currently in public beta, could cause a major upset for parties using Facebook marketing and ad network. At least, that's how Facebook puts it. Supposedly,…
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It’s a good time for businesses to shift to online marketing and get the right Virtual Assistants for the job because traditional media and advertising’s days might be numbered. Digital advertising will eclipse old media for the first time, or so predictions say. Platforms like Google, Facebook and Alibaba are set to overtake their traditional counterparts in a paradigm-shift that has been accelerated by the coronavirus crisis. It’s a time of disruption and enterprises need to adapt, stat!
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The COVID-19 pandemic imposes constraints on businesses. Measures such as social distancing, lockdowns and quarantines have been enacted to try and diminish its spread and flatten the curve. On our end, VBN proactively shifted to a work-from-home setup for all its Virtual Assistants. Still, life must go on. Businesses – like grocery stores, restaurant takeout and delivery services – are still continuing operations while minimizing the risk of infection. Bottom lines will take a hit, there’s no way going around it. But social media ads can help these companies during the pandemic, especially since customers will now be staying home, scrolling through their smartphone screens for hours. If anything, it’s time to take your social media game up a notch. So here are a few ways to leverage social media ads for your business as operations shift in light of the pandemic:
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