Today is Denim Day, but we’re taking a look at a company that does more than just denim. Origin USA – Handcrafted in America, Without Compromise. That says a lot right there. Even before we had to deal with shipping delays and countries shutting down, they had a vision of bringing manufacturing back to the USA. Starting with an industrial loom that was barely suitable for a museum, they used American ingenuity to build something, […]
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As more rules go into place to combat the spread of COVID-19, businesses can end up being affected when it comes to shipping products. Some shipping companies have canceled their money-back guarantees or restricted shipping to certain countries. If you need to ship products for your business, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest alerts from shipping carriers.
Businesses are having to close their doors to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you have to put your business into hibernation. Many businesses have transitioned to work remotely, but what if your business has a hands-on or in-person product/service?
As social distancing and self quarantines become more common to slow the spread of COVID-19, many small businesses are having to close their doors and fewer people are leaving their homes. Even with this dramatic reduction of in-person business, it’s possible for businesses to stay alive as long as they can make changes and adapt to the temporary circumstances we’re all facing. Right now, an online presence is going to be your strongest tool. From online ordering to curbside pickup, VantagePoint Marketing is here to help small businesses get through these trying times.
Building a relationship with your customers is key to a successful business. Understanding your customers, knowing what will make their lives easier and better, will help you solve their needs. Use communication effectively, go above and beyond your customers’ expectations, and get feedback to build strong relationships with your customers.
*This article contains pricing that is accurate as of 1/3/20, prices subject to change. Some prices are estimates, you may pay more or less depending on the size of your project. Not much. But seriously, if you have a limited budget, it’s hard to tell what’s the best use of your money. Do you need a website overhaul, or can you get by with a few Facebook ads? Depending on your budget and your needs, […]