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According to the Wall Street Journal, online businesses beat coronavirus. They are thriving amid the pandemic, while brick-and-mortar businesses are fighting for survival. If you are looking to start an online business or turn your brick and mortar online, below are some examples demonstrating how online businesses survive the coronavirus crisis.
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According to the Guardian, Udemy, an online learning and teaching marketplace, is reporting a double-digit growth. The coronavirus pandemic is making small local businesses and freelancers turn their business online. For instance, more yoga teachers offer live-streaming yoga classes and one-on-one online sessions.
Like YogiApproved and DoYogaWithMe, Glo offers online subscription-based yoga videos with 3,000 plus yoga videos across twelve different styles and by levels of difficulty. Yoga with Adriene offers hundreds of free Youtube videos with over 7 million subscribers.
Here are some simple steps to set up online courses if you do not already have a website.
As more people turn to online shopping, Amazon hires tens of thousands more people to meet their surging demand. Some online grocers even turn away customers due to delivery backlog.
If you are currently running an online store, here are some tips on how you can offer more to entice more shoppers to your store amid the pandemic.
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