Sadly, as the global COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on our world and our institutions strain to cope with it all, scores of businesses are facing the excruciating reality that remaining in operation just isn’t feasible. As terrible as it is, there are steps you need to take to ensure that the pain of closing your business isn’t even more devastating to your employees and your finances than it needs to be.
As we all gear up to face the grim reality of the global coronavirus pandemic, businesses around the world are confronting the enormity of the challenges ahead of them. The need to minimize the risk faced by vulnerable public-facing employees is particularly important. As the established ways of doing business are being upended at a dizzying pace, businesses everywhere will have to adapt in order to both remain viable and protect the health and safety of employees and customers alike. To that end, Merchant Maverick is here to help you adapt your business practices to our new shared reality.
With the abundance of DIY website builders out there, finding the platform that best fits your business needs will require some research. Luckily, we can help with that. That’s our whole deal! We want you to be able to make an informed decision — one that will give your business an attractive, functional website that properly showcases all that you’ve worked so hard to build. Read on to learn the pros and cons of 2020’s leading small business website builders.
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