Dear Valued Clients, Partners and Customers

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Dear Valued Clients, Partners and Customers,

The world is much more uncertain than the last time we spoke. You don’t need another person telling you to wash your hands, wear gloves, and so forth. Instead, I want to tell you specific actions you can take right now that can help your business to maintain momentum throughout this process: 

Connect with Your Clients.

They’re going to want to hear from you. They want to know that you’re still working, that you’re still in business. It will be a comfort, in a way, to hear from you, because it’s one more sign of normalcy in a very abnormal time. If you have something that you want to put up on your site, we can do that. If you’d like us to draft something for you, we can do that, too.

Send Out a Newsletter

It shows what you’re doing, what you’re offering, it’s a powerful way to say: “we’re here to stay.” It allows those who’ve done business with you in the past to be reminded of your presence in a very tangible way.

Adjust Pricing 

Depending on what your business is, this might be the best time to change your prices to fix the market. Some people are going to be looking for the necessities so that they can get by. Others are going to be looking for something that can make them feel good in a time that’s very hard for some. You may want to shift your prices to meet the moment.

Adjust Products/Services to Serve Remote – Adjust Working hours on GMB, Yelp, etc.

If you and your employees can work online, do it. You can take advantage of free Zoom meetings, Time Doctor (to make sure your employees are as productive as you would like), Skype, and even plain old conference calls to keep everyone connected. As the travel for many folks is going to be severely limited, the more you can do online, the better.

Put the Message Out on Social Media 

The usage of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms has greatly increased since the social distancing period began. That means that more people are active on these platforms than ever before. This is a great opportunity to connect to even more people.

Press Release 

Not dissimilar to the newsletter, but it’s one more way of showing off exactly how your company is rising to the occasion. An example of this, one of our clients, Wood Silverlake, a restaurant, had to close their dine-in options. But, they’ve been doing very well, because they’ve been selling so much take out.

Release a COVID-19 Video and pass your message

As we mentioned, YouTube and online videos are doing exceptionally well. You could tell people how your company is adjusting, or you could show them in a video. Video always puts a human face on things, shows that you’re more than just a company. During a time like this, when folks are going to be confused, it can be more beneficial than ever.

Those are just a few of the ways that you can help your business during this time. As it progresses, we’ll find others and share them with you. We’re here for you, helping you to grow your business. If there’s one thing that’s been made abundantly clear in the last few days, it’s that we’re all in this together.

And don’t forget to schedule a Consultation with Danny!

As ever, you can talk to me and the Website Depot team at (323) 772-5880.  

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Website Depot Team is working on your accounts as we speak, below is message from them

We recognize and understand the difficulties many are facing currently, and we send our most sincere condolences  to those struggling during the quarantine. While much is still uncertain in how the following weeks, or even months will play out, we want you all to know that the Website Depot team will strive to help you continue business as painlessly as possible. We won’t let working remotely from home deter us from our usual efficiency. 

As a dedicated digital marketing agency, we’ve made a firm commitment continue delivering the same services our clients have grown used to over the years. This means that if you have questions or need help, we will still be available to offer support on Basecamp at all times. We will continue to change and adapt as the situation develops, so we may always be ready to respond to the situation with the best service possible.

WD_Newsletter_ThankyouFor everyone’s safety, we still won’t be holding office meetings with clients, and our office will not be open to the public. Clear and transparent communication has always been one of the cornerstones of our formula. To that end, we want you to understand that all consultations and reports will still be available over Zoom. Separation from our office will never mean separation from our clients!

Each of your businesses responds to a crucial need or operation in Los Angeles, and now more than ever, it’s vital that the consumer is able to find responsible and reliable companies they can trust. Bear with us during this time, and we will continue to use our tools and training to match your target audiences with the resources that can help them most. Together, Website Depot and its clients will keep this city running smoothly. 

WE are updating our website with all contact information as well as client login area, where you will be able to access real data on your Digital Marketing Performance.

Deal has been striked by our CEO with Data Analytics firm from South America.

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Thank you everyone

Truly Yours Website Depot’s Team


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What Should a Small Business owner do during Pandemics.

COVID-19 Advice From WHO (World Health Organization) 

  • Continue practicing social distancing
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
  • Seek medical care early if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
  • Wash your hands often
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
  • Wear a facemask when around others
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow

Remember there is no vaccine for prevention. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. Please prioritize staying indoors.