How to Market Your Business During the COVID-19 Crisis

COVID19 pandemic has left many business owners wondering how to pivot their message and remain relevant to their customers.


The rules for marketing your business have changed. Sending out the usual messages just won’t cut it.

The COVID19 pandemic has left many business owners wondering how to pivot their message and remain relevant to their customers.
Maybe you’ve been wondering?

  • How should I position my services now that my customers’ needs have shifted?
  • Do you think my current emails make me appear tone-deaf?
    How do I cut through the noise and continue to attract customers?
  • Is it even appropriate to still sell my services at a time like this?

They are fair questions and they deserve an answer.

In a crisis there’s often confusion as business owners scramble to keep all the balls in the air, so it can be tough to figure out the best course of action.
But working out the right marketing message doesn’t have to be complicated.

If you want clarity on what you need to be saying and just as importantly which messages to avoid, then join Paul McCarthy this Thursday, for a free webinar on How to Market Your Business During the COVID-19 Crisis. 

Webinar starts at 10:30 am (AEST).

During the webinar, Paul will teach you exactly how to pivot your marketing message so you can cut through the noise and be seen as relevant in the minds of your customers.

Marketing your business during a crisis requires a very different approach to the way you market in a thriving economy. Join Paul and let him help you to work out the right strategy for your business and the best message to put in front of your customers. This webinar promises to give you the clarity, confidence and capacity to get your marketing back on track.

Register Now

P.S. This webinar is open to all business owners, so if you know other entrepreneurs who need a hand with their marketing feel free to invite them to join you by sharing this link www.marketersclubacademy.com/covid19marketing

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