Marketing Communications Agility in a Post-COVID World | NCET Biz Tips

VP of Public Relations, Chrisie Yabu, penned an article in the Reno Gazette Journal for NCET’s Biz Tips.

When COVID-19 hit, we all had to re-think things through the lens of the pandemic and how it was affecting each audience. The pace at which we adapt and adjust our strategies are even more critical given the speed and vast reach of social media. As we look to marcom in an ever-changing world, keep these strategies in mind.

1. Maintain your marketing presence and get the word out.
2. Iterate and optimize.
3. Continue to use multi-channel marketing.

Learn more about Chrisie’s perspective on the ever-changing landscape, even in a post-COVID environment.

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