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We Live Online Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 288) — Headlines and Show Notes
Last week we showed that we’ve seen “two years of digital transformation in two months.” This week we’re starting to get a sense of what that means — and why. And, at its core, it’s because we live online now. You, your customers, your community, spend their days living and communicating and connecting through digital. Overall? They like what they see. While it’s undoubtedly true that some things will go back to normal whenever we can go back outside again, it’s also true that some of this shifts are here to stay.
What does it mean for your business that we live online now? Who will win? And who will be left by the wayside? The latest episode of Thinks Out Loud breaks it down for you and talks about how you can connect with customers since we live online now.
Want to learn more? Here are the show notes for you.
Relevant Links — We Live Online Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 288)
- US Census Monthly Sales For Retail And Food Services, April 2020
- Twitter Will Allow Employees To Work At Home Forever
- Social distancing trending toward home as HQ – Think with Google
- Learnings from consumer behavior during coronavirus – Think with Google
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