In recent years, the use of social media has been on the rise. That’s not even counting the extenuating circumstances that have been the entirety of the year 2020. Some people theorize that the events of this year will completely change how individuals interact with one another, and with businesses as a whole. Even if
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The absence of doing business in person has left many people adrift. Those in-person interactions were how we all moved projects forward, sold our trade to others, and now that’s all changed. It’s becoming apparent as states and other countries reopen and have seen large second waves of infections that this crisis isn’t going to
COVID-19 has put so many restaurants and other small businesses in perilous situations. Although they are essential businesses, currently the ban on in-house dining limits the revenue earned. As we wait for this to pass, restaurants have to change their game plan in order to survive. The closures of these establishments also affects a whole
People are constantly watching videos on the internet. Whether it’s from a streaming service, a video platform like Youtube, or on social media, the majority of internet use is video. It is the kind of content consumers are most interested in. 55% of people pay more attention to videos than they do to any other