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Your use of digital tools and confidence ratings means your level of digital adoption is:

Your
Business
Digitally
Uncertain
Digitally
Evolving
Digitally
Advanced
30%
37%
32%
Distribution of digital adoption levels among small businesses

Here’s what other SMBs think about digital tools:

68%
comfortable with digital tools pre-COVID-19
72%
increased use of digital tools during COVID-19
67%
say digital tools would make their job easier

We’ve selected a series of resources tailored to your business needs. You can also browse through other resources by choosing from the menu.

Introduction to Working Remotely

Get tips for working from anywhere and staying collaborative even from a distance.

Get Online for Customers to Find You

Bring your business online and reach new customers with a website and business listing.

Learn the Basics of Google Ads – Part 1

Learn how to reach more customers and grow your business with Google Ads. Part 1 of this two-part workshop will focus on how Google Ads work, and why they are important for your online presence.

Fundamentals of Online Marketing

Discover Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Smart Campaigns in Google Ads and other digital tools to grow your online presence.

Build Your Online Business

Create, promote, and manage an online business using digital tools.

Adapting Your Business To Sell Online

Coming Soon: 3CU – a new educational platform from the Connected Commerce Council – brings together experts and business leaders to provide business leaders with the insights and knowledge to become digitally empowered.

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Meet other small businesses to learn how they use digital tools to find success

ShearShare, Inc

Dallas, Texas

When revenue dropped to zero as the crisis hit, this hi-touch company began producing online educational content for its customers and saw a surge in blog traffic and marketing engagement.

Morgan Miller Plumbing

Grandview, Missouri

Digital tools allowed this company to seamlessly implement social distancing protocols for company employees and keep them fully employed through the crisis. Its use of an innovative social media plan kept its customer base engaged.

CareAcademy

Boston, Massachusetts

With an already quasi-remote workforce, this company leaned even more heavily into remote connectivity tools to coordinate scheduling, create new business offerings and offer crisis information.

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