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How To Maintain Your Online Presence During a Pandemic

It can feel like the business world is grinding to a halt right now. But the reality is that your business should still be reaching out, even if it feels like you have nothing to offer.

Customers may not be lining up to buy from you, but they’re still searching and looking out for future purchases.

That’s why you need to be building your online presence, becoming a vital resource for your customers and maintaining engagement with your audience.  

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Four Ways You Can Make Working From Home Feel Like An Office ( And What You Should Really Do Instead)

Welcome to the brave new world of remote working! To some this will feel very familiar, and for others, this may be a completely alien experience.

If that describes you, don’t worry, working from home can actually be identical to working in an office, here’s how. 

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Handshake Alternatives To Avoid Spreading Germs

If you’re worried about germs and diseases, the best course of action is to not touch anyone and wash your hands frequently. But the handshake has been the introductory greeting for decades to come, so what are you supposed to do instead of that?

Try out these handshake alternatives for a more hygienic way of greeting people.

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