Staying social during COVID-19

06 May 2020

Use of social media during COVID-19.

Businesses have closed and many people are working from home in isolation.
 
As a result, social media can be a precarious place to operate. As brokers who are active on social media, the pandemic presents an unprecedented situation. Do you continue to market as normal? Should you pause all of your ads and cease posting on social media? How can you best communicate the information your clients need? 
 
To help during this difficult time, we’ve prepared a guide to help you navigate social media to benefit both your customers and your business.

Download the guide to staying social during COVID-19

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