3 Quick Wins You Can Have Today
Google Maps, Sprudge Maps, and beyond.
The local coffee shops in my area are starting to stagger their outdoor seating 6-10 feet apart so people can enjoy coffee outdoors. It’s weird seeing people out, but it’s nice. Nobody gets close, but it’s a hint of normalcy.
If you live in an area that’s slowly reopening, be safe. We’re all rooting for you ?
Let’s keep this short: 3 quick wins
- Update your Google My Buisness page with donation and gift card links and information about curbside pickup
- If you have an ecommerce store, go ahead and get it listed on Privy’s Shop Small directory for an seo-boosting backlink
- Sprudge launched their own coffee business map this week – put your shop or roastery on it
- BONUS: steal a few ideas from these 7 ecommerce emails that can help you sell coffee on autopilot
Have an exceptional weekend!
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Hey 👋 I'm Garrett Oden
Freelance Coffee Marketer
I'm a coffee industry native who works with coffee brands around the world to create and execute captivating marketing strategies.
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