Someday, when this strange, stressful time is just a memory, I’ll remember sitting at my computer in my home office, like I am right now. I’ll think about the faces of clients and colleagues and family members that I’ve been seeing every day on video chat.
All those faces filling my screen—faces of people in their homes, doing the best they can with disruptions to their schedule, rapid pivots of their business, and, for some, coping with illness and loss.
If you’re still in good health and running your business, by now you might be getting tired or discouraged. It might feel like you’re alone, even knowing many others are in the same boat. Overwhelmed by all the chaos and change, you may be thinking worrisome thoughts.
How will my business survive?
What will it look like after months of nothing coming in?
What if I get sick or one of my key vendors shuts down?
Am I wrong to be going after new business with all this going on?
I thought about how I might help someone going through all that. I'm just a wordsmith, after all.
The answer: I can help people write a message that will inform and reassure their audiences during this strange and daunting phase we're living through.
I don’t know about you, but whenever I click on a website with no COVID-19 message, I wonder if they’re out of touch. Or if they just don’t care.
And that perception couldn’t be any further from the truth.
Even if your business process hasn’t changed much, or if it's minimally affected by the crisis, it’s a good idea to acknowledge the situation.
So for a limited time, I’m offering to write
your COVID-19 message. Free.
What do others need to know about how you’re addressing their needs in this time of upheaval? I can help you craft that message to use on your website, in your newsletter, or in an email to your department, your staff, even your mother-in-law.
This COVID-19 Message Package includes a consultation, up to 300 words of hand-crafted copy, and two rounds of revisions. All free.
You'll receive done-for-you content that can go live as soon as you hit publish.
To find out more, click on the Contact tab to request your free consultation. Be sure to include the code COVID19 in the message window.
Reassure the people who matter most. You don't have to do it alone.