Covid 19 Response: Cutting Prices, Starting Courses

The Covid-19 is an unprecedented crisis. Yet, in crisis, opportunity. Here's how we're helping you captialize.

dr explaining covid response

The Covid-19 pandemic is an unprecedented crisis that has ground the economy to a halt.

It has also transformed the way we work, hastening trends already underway such as remote work and the gig economy. Lots more people are spending more time online both recreationally and for work.

Business owners experience added stress as it’s unclear what the long term impact will be to orders or their supply chains.

Use this time wisely

But it will pass. And, when it does, new habits and expectations will replace old ones. For many business owners with janky technology, poor systems, and an inability to adapt to the technologies people expect to use, recovery will be slow and uncertain.

Smart business owners, though, will take this time to think, strategize, and adapt.

Even if they aren’t investing right now, they should be taking the time to learn – to learn about the trends coming down the pipeline and the potential impact that will have on customers, supply chains, and labor.

To help with that, we’ll be offering weekly webinars exploring different trends in technology including, but not limited to, digital marketing.

The truth is, the Web is much bigger (and has vastly more potential) than “just” marketing.

We invite you to join these webinars, so that you can learn what’s coming down the pipe.

They’ll be free.

Invest prudently

For business owners who want to get a jump on the competition and use this time to get ahead, we’re making it easier to do so.

For the duration of the crisis, we’ll be offering 10% off all of our standard services using the code: GROWVID.

This will apply to all new builds, e-commerce sites, SEO blogging, and website management. We also offer flexible terms for nearly all of our services, including 6-month payment plans on all new builds.

Whether you’re a new business or an established business needing a few new pages on your website, we’ve always tried to be affordable. Now, more than ever, we’re sticking to that commitment.

How long will it last?

We don’t know how long this pandemic will last. However long it is, the economic impact will last longer, so we’ll play it by ear.

We want to see our customers thrive and it’s our hope that by providing some extra education & making it affordable to upgrade your digital marketing, we’re contributing in our own, small way.


Jesse Flores

Jesse if the Chief Web Pro at SuperWebPros. When he's not trying to see the future, you can find him in quiet contemplation, spending time with his family, or finding an excuse to be outside (in good weather).

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