Though it might be regarded as exploiting the situation, web creators should consider exploring business opportunities that surface in light of corona.
Here are several ideas for businesses that may thrive that you can explore. All ideas came from members of the Elementor community.
In case you don’t already have a list of contacts and past clients, you can actively seek out businesses that you expect will need to make the switch to online.
If you keep your ongoing cost at a minimum, you can take advantage of the quiet time to work on your personal projects. Create a side-hustle, dabble in affiliate marketing, try to explore passive income. Although these projects take time to gain momentum, this might be the opportunity to get the ball rolling.
Everyone, even employees, are now concerned about their future and about a general recession. What Mark points out is true, many will need help figuring out how to set up their work-from-home based businesses.
I agree with both comments. Anything related to health/germs/cleanliness will be in demand right now.
Even though the talk is about online food and health related products, everything online may be on the increase. As people don’t want to exit their homes, shopping for clothes, electronics and other goods might also rise. Since some restrictions might be set for shipping, working on ecommerce for local stores might also be beneficial.
Most government agencies were caught off guard by the Coronavirus. Targeting them as potential prospects might be a good idea.
Here are some other suggestions:
Finding ways to translate a business into an online activity is a great way to help businesses during times of confinement.
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