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Work From Home: How to Save Your Company's Website Traffic During This Pandemic

A decline in your daily visitors does not mean the number of people online has dropped.

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By Ejiofor Francis • May 5, 2020 Originally published May 5, 2020

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The effect of this coronavirus pandemic on businesses all over the world cannot be overemphasized. To curtail the rate at which this virus spreads, governments in many countries put a temporary restriction on movement. This restriction has impacted both offline and online business activities.

If your company's website traffic is dwindling, don't despair. A decline in your daily visitors does not mean the number of searchers online has declined. It's quite the opposite. According to Internet World Stats, on March 3, 2020, the number of internet users was estimated to be more than 4.5 billion. This is largely due to the heightened number of COVID-19 infections and the massive migration of workers and students online.

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