Beyond COVID-19: Will you define the new normal or watch it unfold? – Fiverr

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For more than 18 months, businesses of all sizes have made triumphant strides towards the “new normal.” From dispersing employees across the globe to embracing the subsequent digital shift, companies small and large have rolled with the metaphorical punches as a worldwide pandemic and economic shutdown literally plagued much of the business world.

We are huge fans of Fiverr. Over the years Gary has used them extensively to support his for-profit and not-for-profit work. The Fiverr platform provided seed funding for the platform. This resource is a beautiful and it is well worth a read. During the last few years, work has changed more significantly than it has during the last 150 years. Not all of the changes been bad and they offer some exciting opportunities for Australians with disability.

We appreciate the generous support that Fiverr has provided us and their shared belief in the potential of disability entrepreneurship.

But the truth is, there is no “new normal.” Both in life and business, elements will continue to evolve — and we will continue to adapt. Instead of a “new normal” for your business, embrace today and tomorrow. Because the real truth lies in the fact that what your company does today will directly impact tomorrow.

Rather than prepare for what might be, take proactive steps towards a solid baseline.Across the board, businesses are already planning their strategy to dominate the new year:

Contents

05 Introduction

07 Build a Strong Brand

19 Update and strengthen your online assets

31 Create high-value and relevant content

43 Evaluate and upgrade your digital marketing channels

59 Recap

We are huge fans of Fiverr. Over the years Gary has used them extensively to support his for-profit and not-for-profit work. The Fiverr platform provided seed funding for the platform. This resource is a beautiful and it is well worth a read. During the last few years, work has changed more significantly than it has during the last 150 years. Not all of the changes been bad and they offer some exciting opportunities for Australians with disability. We appreciate the generous support that Fiverr has provided us and their shared belief in the potential of disability entrepreneurship.

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