Vonderbrand marches on. Like many of our clients, we will have to adapt to new situations as they arise. Fortunately all of our team members are healthy and continue to plough through their workload. As a cloud-based agency each operative works from his/her own base, making our default state a form of self-isolation, ironically.
This is quite common in our industry. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Apple all promote home-base working as it eliminates the impact of commuting, both on the efficiency of the individual and on the environment.
It is the remote nature of the job (and the sheer fortitude and self motivation of our crew members) that has enabled Vonderbrand to march on, relatively unaffected by COVID19 and its impact on businesses across the country.
In the coming weeks we will continue to carry out all SEO activity as normal. In addition, all pipeline work such as website development, graphic design and social media management will be progressing at full pace.
Because of the school closures, there will, inevitably, be adjustments to our telephone opening times. Like many parents, the team members are sharing the temporary child-minding responsibilities with their partners. Unlike web design and SEO (which can be done behind the scenes and in during unusual hours) our on-call support line will, for a short while, be limited.
From Monday 23 March our phone assistance service will reduce to the following hours:
- Monday: 10:00-16:00
- Tuesday: 10:00-16:00
- Wednesday: 10:00-16:00
- Thursday: 10:00-16:00
- Friday: 10:00-14:00
We are in communication with our largest clients on a daily basis (in some cases, hourly). There will be no interruption to productivity, so all web development work will carry on as normal. If you are a new (prospective) client who needs help with a website, call us. We will squeeze you in and have your site patched up ASAP.
Rest assured, we are working hard! Our clients need us more than ever. First and foremost, we are here for them. Business, like life, must carry on. Stay safe, wash your paws and keep calm.