localMana has launched a social platform to help small businesses during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic
ROWLEY, MA, May 11, 2020
The Covid-19 Pandemic will forever change how we view engagement, with virtual and social interactions coming to the forefront. The impact on local small businesses has been substantial
with many struggling to stay connected with their customers and wondering how to successfully emerge from this pandemic. “The current situation highlights the need for a solution that addresses the digital and community
needs of a small business and localMana is that solution”, said Carl Norloff, CEO of localMana.
LocalMana is pleased to announce a new social platform designed to help businesses create meaningful interactions between existing customers, potential customers, and nonprofits. Unlike traditional advertising, localMana
enables a business to grow by leveraging connections, social sharing, and rewards.
To help businesses successfully emerge from this pandemic, localMana is offering (2) months of localMana services free of charge. During this time, localMana will work with US based
businesses to develop a recovery plan with virtual training and community development on the localMana platform.
localMana is a community focused social platform where local small business owners can drive leads, generate referrals, attract new customers, build trusted relationships, and share
their knowledge with a large relevant audience.
By incorporating localMana into their marketing strategy, localMana enables a business to grow a trusted social word-of-mouth network without taking a lot of time, costing a lot of money
or requiring marketing or technical expertise.
Community members use localMana to get answers they need, interact with others that share a common interest and support their local small business and nonprofit community.
Currently launching, localMana is rapidly growing with over 60 businesses and 14k subscribers on board.
For more information, visit localmana
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