COVID-19 forced businesses to go digital to share their message. Managing social media channels is a full-time job under normal circumstances, much less amidst crisis. KMA provided free marketing to local businesses, offering relief, and keeping doors open.
KMA helped five (5) businesses by optimizing their online channels and providing weekly content postings for 30 days. The results were that Able Heating & Air, Annabelle’s Boutique, Bow Wow Meow Beach, Kathe Jones (Realtor) and Port Cottages received on average an 100% increase in engagement and acquired over 400 new visitors.
People don’t need brands to tell them what to do or how to feel. We need to act and give back where we can. We can’t change the world, but we can ensure your message is out there.
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