The novel coronavirus has had a profound impact on the global economy, leaving thousands of businesses to adapt to a shifting consumer climate. As we slowly begin to return to a state of normalcy, experienced entrepreneur Jesse Willms discusses how businesses continue to navigate uncharted territory.
LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / December 14, 2020 / Currently, we are seeing monumental shifts in many areas across the business landscape, with some of the biggest transformations happening in marketing.
According to seasoned entrepreneur Jesse Willms, "The COVID-19 pandemic further accelerated the growth of SEO, as more consumers in both the B2C and B2C spaces are using search engines to search for companies and vendors." Given the sudden and complete shift to online business models, many traditional brick-and-mortar shops have had to completely re-establish company strategies and objectives. He further explains that "the COVID-19 pandemic has forced brands to re-invent how they stay relevant to customers in an increasingly unstable world."
In his feature article on Beforeitsnews.com, Willms outlines the five most pressing ways marketing has changed due to the pandemic. Additionally, he discusses technical software that can be used to increase functionality at this time and cross-departmental team building systems that are crucial in optimizing marketing campaigns.
Those interested in reading the full feature article can do so here.
About Jesse Willms
Jesse Willms always had a penchant for self-entrepreneurship. With a strong fascination for the business landscape, investors like Warren Buffet would serve as a continuous source of motivation for him.
Willms now owns several vehicle history websites and has achieved immense success in his respective industry. His unwavering dedication and foresight have allowed him to venture into new roles as he continues to search for new business opportunities.
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