An online presence is essential for small businesses in these COVID-19 times—especially for retailers hoping to attract shoppers during this holiday season. That’s where Rebound Bham comes in.
Rebound Bham is the product of a collective passion for small businesses and the people who start them and grow them.The organizers are dedicated to supporting business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in rebounding from this pandemic and reconnecting with their dreams.
In August, the Rebound Bham ecosystem worked with Lauren Gowins of the Bold Agency and Sydney Murphy, Dotedison Marketing for a two-part webinar called Maximizing Online Tools.
In part one, Gowins breaks down what social media platforms will help your business grow and demystifies SEO and paid advertising. Watch below:
In part two, Murphy takes the crash course into social, advertising and SEO further and explains how to convert blog posts and email blasts into genuine engagement. Watch below:
And, finally, social media rockstar Mindy Rohr of Bayer Properties talks about Instagram’s best practices and using the platform to grow your business. Watch below:
Rebound Bham programming may be over for this season, but the ecosystem is alive and well. Visit revbirmingham.org/reboundbham for more resources and recorded webinars designed to help business owners through COVID-19 and beyond.
The City of Birmingham has approved the applications for two micromobility vendors to operate shared bikes and scooters from vendors Gotcha and Veo in a wide service area that includes downtown and many neighborhoods that will begin in early 2021.