One thing we’re all learning through this pandemic is how many things it’s possible to do from home–including having what we need brought directly to us.
Most of us have used Amazon for home deliveries, and some may have ordered groceries or bought merchandise online. Now, DoorDash and GrubHub will deliver restaurant meals with contact-less delivery for safety. Chewy will deliver dog food and toys. Instacart will collect and deliver your grocery order. There are companies who will bring you office supplies, clothing, and more.
If it’s packageable and shippable, someone will arrange to bring it to your doorstep. If it hasn’t been delivered before, someone may still find a way to do it now.
Your customers are likely to be stuck “sheltering in place,” too. The more they can reach out and help their customers, the better off both of you will be. That means the more you can help deliver services to them–whether physically or virtually–the more they’ll appreciate your support.
What new and creative ways can you find to support your customers during this crisis? It’s time to go knocking on their door with help.
What are you doing to make the worst of times a little better for all of us?
Contact me to find out how you can get heard above the noise – even in a crisis situation.
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