Promotions offered by Tech Companies during Covid-19 pandemic

The world is going through a pandemic which has affected millions of lives and taught us a lesson that only if we work together towards fighting it, we can win. India has registered more than 3.5 million Covid-19 cases and still fighting. Amid COVID-19, when the economy has taken a toll, and lives are endangered, some companies have stepped up to augment the initiatives to fight the economic fight amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

If anything good has happened this year then it is the digital wave that has risen in India. It has been reported that the online gaming industry has registered a 21 percent growth this year. There are other tech companies as well, working in a similar space to give a push to the economy. It can be said that the Sensex can only climb again with the tech companies supporting the economy. 

Let us take a look at the promotions offered by tech companies during the Covid-19 pandemic to bring ease in the tough times. 

Disclaimer: The offers provided by the companies come with terms and conditions and may change at any time. We don’t take responsibility for any changes in the offers. 

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Amazon 

As schools and colleges have started online classes, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing tools to support distance learning to support education. They are providing clients in the most affected areas with technical assistance, offerings, and AWS promotional credits to help distance learning institutions. 

Cisco Webex

Cisco Webex
Webex

Cisco Webex is a cloud-based enterprise solution for video conferencing, online meetings, and webinars. It also has expanded the functionality of its free Webex products in all available countries. This is in the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic making companies manage work from home. Other features include unlimited use, support for up to 100 participants, and paid dialing with the existing VoIP function. They also provide 90-day free licenses to businesses that are not Webex customers at this time.

LeoVegas

LeoVegas

Online gaming industry has seen a definite growth in the times of the pandemic. Therefore, the companies in this sector are providing bonuses to further augment promotions. LeoVegas is a website that combines all the popular casino bonuses for Indians, including a welcome bonus, a match bonus, free spin bonuses, loyalty bonus, and others in one place. If you like to play casino online and wish to grab bonus offers, then you should check out what those online casinos offer, especially LeoVegas. 

Facebook

Facebook

Facebook is offering aid in terms of credits. It has offered $100 million in cash grants and ad credits to help 30,000 eligible small businesses in around 30 countries in challenging times. 

HubSpot

HubSpot

HubSpot is a digital marketing service provider company and it has increased the promotional offers to attract customers online. The company has reduced the price of its Starter Growth Suite from USD 112.50/month to USD 50/month for a year from the date of purchase. Customers can avail of their paid video tools for free for 90 days. 

Mailchimp

Mailchimp

Mailchimp is an email marketing software that has been offering free standard service to eligible groups that are sending critical public health information amid Covid-19. It has also started to provide free services to small startups for the first two to three months. 

Google

Google

Google has issued 340 million US dollars in advertising credits, which can reduce the cost of small and medium businesses during this challenging time of Covid-19. These credits can be used at any time on its Google Ads platform before the end of 2020. SMEs that have been active advertisers since 2019 will display credit notices in their Google Ads accounts in the coming months according to a report by Search Engine Journal.

Moz

The Covid-19 pandemic has made students and professionals sit at home. Well, one of the best ways to increase your skills sitting at home is to enroll in online courses. Moz has been providing several online courses for free so that everyone can learn online and can fight the challenging times with ease. The online courses include SEO Fundamentals, Local SEO Fundamentals, Keyword Research, Page Optimization, Backlink Basics, and Technical SEO Site Audit among others. 

Shopify 

Shopify

Shopify has included a bundle of offers as its aid in the COVID-19 crisis ranging from physical and digital gift cards to extended 90-days trials to the customers. The company has also included live webinars to help businesses through crisis times. 

Microsoft

Shopify

Microsoft offers a six-month free trial version of Office 365 E1, which includes Microsoft Teams, in response to the increased demand for employees working from home due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It is to note that this offer applies to any customer-managed by a Microsoft account representative. 

SpyFu

Spyfu

SpyFu, a competitor keyword research tool, is providing its basic premium plan for free for two months. If you need more time, you can contact them at the end of the period.

Ubbersuggest 

UberSuggest

Ubbersuggest already offers various features for free; however, to support people during the times of Covid-19, the company has added more features to its free list. You can view graphs on historical data, access more keywords, more generous content ideas, and more. 

Tech companies have been generous on us during the times of the pandemic. They are providing several promotional offers to support people during the times of the Covid-19 pandemic. There is no doubt in the fact that the economy will revive once again in India and the major support will be provided by the above-mentioned companies. Make full use of the offers as only when we will be together in this fight, we can win. 

Also Read: How long do you think coronavirus can last in India? A Case Study.

Garima Tomar

Senior Software Development Analyst at an IT firm

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