Low-Cost Ways To Take Your Business Online

The last few weeks have meant that a large proportion of businesses currently find themselves in uncharted waters, when dealing with such radical changes due to quarantine it's important to be agile. Below I'm going to outline some low-cost ways that you can take your business online in these unprecedented times.

E-commerce

Take your brick and mortar shop online

Webflow e-commerce is currently offering local business' a free 3-month subscription to a standard E-commerce plan to build a new website along with some industry specific templates (Fitness, Restaurant, Retail) which are also free.
Shopify
is also offering an extended 90-day free trial and has a range of free templates.

Teaching

One To One Sessions (Fitness Instructors, Tutors)

Zoom is a video conferencing platform, their free plan has unlimited 1 to 1 meetings.
Calendy
helps you schedule meetings without back-and-forth emails. Calendy will support free integrations with Zoom through June.
Paypal.me can be used to easily take payment from clients with just the click of a link.

Teaching Courses

Take advantage of the time available by creating an online course which can generate a passive income for you moving forward.
Teachable.com
Udemy
Skilshare

Restaurants

Gloriafood.com is a free online ordering system for restaurants that allows you to accept orders for pickup and/or delivery through your restaurant’s website and Facebook page.

Payment

Paypal Business can be linked up to Gloria Food to take payment for your orders.

If anyone is still feeling confused and not sure how to move forward, I'm offering a free 30 minute consultation call to discuss how you can take your business online which can be booked below.

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