If you’re in South Florida and have been dealing with COVID-19, you can definitely feel things are very slowly starting to resume back to “normal”. Restaurants are beginning to open their dining areas, beaches, and stores are also re-opening, and it can be stressful to think about what happens next especially while still experiencing so many unknowns such as, will we get a 2nd wave? Will it be worst than the first? Will things have to close down again? It can really get unnerving.
If you haven’t been feeling that uneasy feeling then I applaud you! But if you’re like me and that pit in your stomach just won’t go away, I want to let you know, you’re not alone.
While I won’t be able to help lessen the worry directly, I do want to share with you some ideas on what you can share on social media now that we are starting to loosen up some of the quarantine restrictions to help put your clients and potential new clients at it to help put them at ease, and feel more comfortable reaching out to you for your product or service.
The most valuable thing you can offer everyone right now is transparency. For example:
– Let clients know what precautions your business is taking to continue to keep its’ customers and employees safe. If you are following CDC regulations let your audience know that and exactly what it means.
– If you’re operating at a limited capacity or reduced hours let your clients know what the expectations are.
– When you can a bit of humor can go a long way!
– Having trouble juggling homeschooling and work-life balance? Keep it real! Share about it, it’s amazing how many others are facing very similar circumstances and will be able to connect with you on a personal level.
Right now, connecting on a deeper level is more important than ever before. We all need to work together to help grow our businesses and referrals are key in this climate👍!
Have any additional tips you feel are important to share? Please leave a comment below! I’d love to hear from you and possibly include your tip in my next blog😎!
Sending socially distanced hugs your way,