The World Goes Online: How to Keep Your Business Successful While Working from Home

By: e-PR
NEW YORK - March 26, 2020 - PRLog -- The Coronavirus pandemic created new reality for businesses around the world. More and more companies focus on their online platforms by enhancing online services, workforce and audience engagement. However, difficult economic and social situation also created new avenues and ideas for online business community. People increasingly switch to online shopping both for goods and business services.

A new platform e-PR ( that will be launched in mid-April will give a possibility to continue brand and business promotion in few minutes from your computer. Users will be able to release their promotion materials to various media outlets directly through the platform.

According to the founders, one can choose and purchase space for his ad/publication in hundreds available media outlets from the USA, Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus. The media resources catalogue includes famous names such as USA Today, CBS News, Meduza, and many more.

"e-PR will meet not only needs of PR specialists but anyone who wants to publish his piece in media be that press-release, article, ad, promo material etc. The platform will have user-friendly interface, big choice of media outlets (that can be filtered by their audience, language, geolocations, etc.) and possibility to pay in any currency. Moreover, there will be services of copywriting, rewriting, translation, and editing of the texts. With all these possibilities onboard, e-PR platform becomes a unique provider of online PR services", says founder Yuri Mosha. "We have to understand that the future will not arrive in a year or in a decade it is already here. That is why the clients want to have necessary services right here, right now. Our platform perfectly meets all the above-mentioned requirements".

COVID-19 pandemic altered the ways in which the information sphere is developing. Physical people-to-people contacts decreased dramatically. More rapid ways of interaction including reorganized business negotiations are encouraged along with distance working. 2020 will make PR and communications even more digital both for businesses and users. Businesses will have no choice but to delegate most of their communication and PR tasks to online platforms that have necessary means and strategies to stay ahead of the changing world.

Elina Chilingaryan, e-PR
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