Stay Ahead of the Competition

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Ballyhoo are still here to support you

First things first, we hope you are managing to stay safe and healthy.

We want to let you know that Ballyhoo are still here to support you in your online journey. Fortunately, we are in a position that allows us to continue operating as normal (more or less), which means we are able to continue to deliver the high-level of service and support that you have come to expect from us.

We’ve all had to adapt to these new times, but many businesses have had to completely rethink their models in order to continue operating. At the very least, they’ve had to accelerate their online growth.

How can you ride this wave too?

Prepare for an increase in online transactions

Many of your websites perform critical business functions and, now more than ever, are likely to be your customers’ primary point of contact.

The ongoing pandemic has forced more and more people to turn to the Internet for services that they would normally do in person: shopping; online fitness classes; medical appointments; booking tables in restaurants (when they are allowed to open); ordering takeaways; and everything in between.

The world has been transitioning online at a steady pace over the last decade or so with more and more services becoming available online. However, the recent situation has rapidly accelerated the evolution of online services and many organisations are scrambling to adopt new practices.

Your competitors are marching forward, don’t get lost in their shadow.

We can’t see this changing any time soon. Even when things go back to normal (whatever that may be), we believe that many of the services that have moved online will stay there and become the new preferred method of interaction.

It’s important that businesses don’t just ride it out and wait for things to go back to normal. Now is the time to update your online practices and ensure that your website caters to your customers so that you can continue to thrive for years to come and tackle anything that is thrown at you head on.

We can help

This might sound daunting, but don’t worry, we are here to support you. If you have any issues at all, want to discuss bringing your website up to speed or just want some help to review your online practices, please send an email to support@ballyhoo.co.uk or complete the form below.

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    Sam

    Sam manages online marketing strategies for our clients, working to identify areas for improvement and helping you to make the most of your website. His knowledge and skills can help you turn an online presence into an online success.