Now more than ever, Business Warrior recognizes that small businesses need guidance and support. As a result, the company announced today that effective immediately, it will offer free, one-year access to its Business Warrior software in light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its negative impact on small business sales. The company is also unveiling new Business Warrior technology that will enable millions of small business owners to identify and leverage free advertising opportunities martech news.
The value of this free Business Warrior offering is $710, and there is no time limit or restriction as to when customers may sign up and redeem the one-year offer. Business owners who sign up for Business Warrior will also receive an additional free website analysis covering the ways that small businesses can transform into e-commerce and “delivery-ready” operations in anticipation of further coronavirus-related self-quarantining and social distancing.
The new advertising features in Business Warrior will provide users with weekly recommendations enabling them to understand how to leverage free advertising, as well as the steps needed to keep customers patronizing a business, a critical need that will escalate as local foot traffic declines and more people stay at home.
“Business Warrior is all about fighting for small businesses, and small business owners are highly susceptible to the economic impacts of a crisis such as coronavirus,” said Rhett Doolittle, CEO and Chairman of Business Warrior. “That’s why we’re stepping up in support of our community and taking action during these difficult times. We’re shifting resources to provide strategic marketing and advertising support that will help small firms survive – and even thrive – in the midst of what is really an unprecedented global event. Together, we will get through this and be stronger in the end. We’re proud to be doing our part.”
Business Warrior is passionate about making small businesses succeed, regardless of the circumstances or market segment. The firm’s offering of no-cost access to software and related services represents a major financial commitment by Business Warrior. The company’s goal is to provide small businesses with critical emergency support, which it hopes will result in more businesses surviving and saved jobs for thousands of people employed at every small business martech.
In addition to creating a win-win scenario for all of its customers, as Business Warrior learns more about the most effective marketing techniques specific to this time while our communities are in a time of crisis, it will incorporate appropriate learnings into Business Warrior as ongoing product improvements.
“We’re leveraging the power of our nimble team to immediately fine-tune our platform to help counter the impact of COVID-19 on the small business community,” continued Doolittle. “As businesses join the Business Warrior platform during this crisis, we will be monitoring the data and sharing what works for small businesses with every subscriber on our platform. This will help everyone achieve the best and fastest results.”
Free Advertising Technology
As well as offering free access to Business Warrior software, the company is now delivering new technology in its core software product that empowers small businesses to take simple steps each week to leverage their reputation, online listings and website in order to obtain more customers. Proprietary data from Business Warrior shows that approximately 90% of small businesses do not know about or are not aware of the availability of free mobile and digital advertising, which often results in wasteful and excessive ad spending on platforms such as Facebook and Google.