As the world goes into unprecedented lockdown in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Eazi-Sites partners worldwide looked to head office for support and guidance.
The overall sentiment amongst the company’s directors, staff and network has been one of feeling somewhat fortunate; if any industry can survive this turbulent period, it is technology. Small businesses are becoming rapidly aware that they need technology solutions to survive – being able to operate remotely and make sales online has never been more important. Eazi-Sites HQ have, nonetheless, put a number of initiatives in place to support its network of partners.
The Eazi-Sites team have been holding weekly webinars, exclusively for its licensees, to roll this strategy out, initiate positive discussions and answer queries. These sessions have been incredibly fruitful and aside from creating a feeling of togetherness through the crisis, have delivered practical instructions on how to maintain a profitable technology business during this period.
At the heart of this strategy is the Covid-19 Business Support Package – a collection of introductory digital products and services, made free by Eazi-Sites, for partners to utilise to continue to build a pipeline of new leads and bring clients on board:
The Business Support Package products were listed on the Eazi-Sites Online Academy as follows:
- Get found higher on Google Maps for FREE with our cutting-edge SEO technology
- Refresh your website with FREE hosting and powerful E-Commerce solutions
- Join the mobile revolution with a FREE* Progressive Web App
- Get more sales from your website with a FREE 1-2-1 Brand Communication consultation
- Launch your own FREE* store or food ordering system
Along with the products themselves, Eazi-Sites has provided a beautifully designed marketing brochure to use, template letters. emails and sales scripts for each. Eazi-Sites has proven it is very much open for business during this period, continuing to launch new technology businesses for entrepreneurs all over the world, as well as keeping spirits high and trust strong amongst its existing network.
In a recent article on Forbes.com, Scott Jones, CEO of 123 Internet Group, said:
“We are in uncertain times…We have seen a real spike during the last few weeks from companies wishing to create or update websites, launch new e-commerce channels and create social media campaigns focused on home-workers and a real focus on using influencers and SEO to reach new audiences.”