Companies can no longer ignore the digital space, COVID has essentially forced digital strategies
(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- San Diego, Dec 25, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Gradual Growth, a company aiming to connect people with information to make themselves better in all aspects of life, announces the best digital businesses to start from home in 2021. Covid 19 has forced many people to work from home, for those who can. And it has inspired many to start side hustles or entire businesses from home. Digital business is on the rise as many companies have no choice but to enter the online world if their brick and mortar location has been
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In relation to the rise of remote digital businesses, Lenny Miller of Gradual Growth says “Now is the time to make that move you have been thinking about. Digital marketing consulting, website development, video creation, there are so many aspects in the online space that people can thrive.” Gradual Growth continues to look to inspire people to start that business from their living room.
Gradual Growth recommends:
- Starting a basic website with platforms such as SquareSpace, Wix, or WordPress
- Connecting with potential customers and offering services to help them grow
- Not underselling yourself, make sure you charge your worth
About Gradual Growth: Gradual Growth is kicked into gear during the Covid 19 crisis. With being forced to stay home most of the time, it also served as an opportunity to thrive in the online world. Gradual Growth aims to provide information that encourages you to take the next step, such as starting your remote digital business.
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