COVID-19 pandemic had substantially changed the way most companies operate. Due to this change, consumer behaviors had also changed. Consumers shifted to online shopping and e-commerce to get the things they needed the most.
This created a new trend and challenge in the face of all businesses. Some of the businesses like pharmaceuticals, ed-tech companies, e-commerce, and delivery based services become to bloom while the business like automobile industries, food agencies, and non-essential items start to drop like never in history.
Marketers had to make quick business sustainability decisions while giving their employees and customers priority to their safety. The enterprise will become more dependent on its digital strategy than ever before in the coming months.
Big brands started to impose new marketing strategies. Beyond imaginative, as the combination of true media platforms used by consumer eventually changes. Marketers may want to improve their use of ad-supported Premium Video Streaming and mobile play with digital divertissements. Such brands, too, should not be afraid of adjacencies given the degree of engagement and relevance when news consumption peaks while consumers jostle to keep informed. News can just be an environment that needs more thorough monitoring of how often ads appear to avoid over-exposure of creative products that can damage brand ownership.
The marketers will want to develop operating models for faster response internally and with agencies to change creative messages as circumstances change rapidly. The development of crisis will give access to remote production and creative capacity particular relevance.
In order to show public about the commitments made by the big brands, for example, coca-cola quoted “staying apart is the best way to stay united”, Nike adopted a new quote ”play inside, play for the world”, and most of the disinfectant and pharmaceutical companies changed their quotes from “ It kills 99.9% germs” to “It kills coronavirus”. That’s how the marketing brands have changed the strategies in this covid.
Certainly, it will be a challenging time for any company which is not prepared to think about how it would replace the lost chances in the next few weeks or months or as long as this situation persists.
As long as businesses are strategically approaching the turn to digital marketing, there is no reason because it should solely serve as an emergency fill-in, but it could continue to offer long-term value if the universe has finally restored to normal. And it would naturally make companies to deal with future pandemics more resilient.