💪 Corona Champion Brands Doing it Right
Jack Welch, the late CEO of GE once said, “Leaders emerge during trying times.”.
It’s time to see some positive news with a small sample of brands emerging as leaders during these trying times.
Microsoft: Will keep paying the hourly workers who support their campus independent of whether their full services are needed. In Puget Sound, the 4,500 hourly employees will receive regular wages even if their hours are reduced.
Google: A COVID-19 fund that enables temporary staff and vendors, globally, to take sick leave if they experience potential symptoms of the virus, they’ve also made Hangouts Meet available for all G-suite customers until July 1, 2020.
Loom: Video recording and sharing service Loom Pro is now free for teachers and students, plus they’ve removed the recording limit on free plans. Loom Pro also costs half in an attempt to help businesses and brands across the board.
Mark Cuban Companies: Mark Cuban announced that any of his employees will be reimbursed for any lunch and coffee purchases from local independent small businesses.
Forbes8: Forbes8 is hosting a free digital summit on March 20th, 2020 under the theme of Business Resilience: Thriving in Crucial Times.
Shine Distillery: Portland-based distillery started making and giving away hand sanitizer in an acute shortage with more following suit.
Be sure to check the full list on Forbes to see what companies like Adobe, LinkedIn and many others are also doing during the ongoing crisis.
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Amazon to temporarily halt shipping non-essential products in Italy and France
Amazon has temporarily stopped taking orders on its sites in Italy (amazon.it) and France (amazon.fr) as part of its efforts to contain the spread of the virus.
“As customers use e-commerce to support their social distancing efforts, we too have implemented social distancing guidance within our fulfillment centers to keep our employees safe and healthy,”
Saturday, a notice on Amazon.it read: “We are prioritizing the most requested products and some items may be temporarily unavailable. We appreciate your understanding at this time when we prioritize the products that customers need most. All orders already confirmed will be delivered regularly.”
Bloomberg reported that at least five workers at European Amazon warehouses have tested positive for coronavirus.
FEATURED STM THREAD: Wakeboarder (Timotej) is back with yet another Follow Along you don’t want to miss!
Remember the epic “Wild Boar Liquidator” follow along, started by “wakeboarder” quite a while ago? There was so much valuable information shared in that thread… no wonder it became one of the most followed threads on STM in the past year.
And guess what? Tim is back with yet another FA thread, this time he’s about to focus on YouTube! That’s right, the wild boars are about to take over the most popular video streaming platform on planet earth.
Why YouTube? The answer is simple: Tim simply doesn’t want to rely on FB alone… you know how erratic that traffic source can be, with all the banning going on lately. We all try to diversify our traffic sources anyways and YouTube certainly is a beast that’s worth our attention.
For the starters, Tim decided to use a lower budget and focus on the retargeting approach plus a set of highly targeted keywords to get some cold audiences going too. How far is he gonna take it? Check the thread to find out, plenty of gold nuggets are guaranteed to get dropped in it in the coming weeks!
Stay tuned for the next edition of MRKTRS WKLY.
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