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Once COVID-19 restrictions and shelter-at-home orders started to be implemented worldwide, businesses started to shut down literally overnight. This is a chance to highlight the people and businesses who are still out there working, even when they may not want to, can't afford not to, or are providing something important we all need during these times.
Cooking at home has become more important than ever for many people around the world, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic moved everyone inside. 54% of Americans say they're cooking more, which is cheaper, healthier, and creates less waste than eating out. Highlighting this vital part of modern human life could be great for now and in the future.
The video game industry brought in $152 billion in revenue in 2019, with $65 billion in mobile gaming alone. A billion people simply watched live streams of gaming. As global internet access improves and more people start gaming, this could be a great topic to shoot for now and in the future.
With the novel coronavirus spreading rapidly around the globe, people are quarantined inside their homes and taking all safety precautions while out, trying to make the best of it. This can be a chance to highlight the new reality for millions of people worldwide.
As companies shift their workforce to more remote positions and pandemics keep us all inside, working from home will be the new reality for many workers around the globe.
Whether it’s an electric vehicle, public transportation, riding a bicycle, or taking a scooter share, alternatives are becoming more common. This is an opportunity to show the booming market for transportation alternatives.
The political scenes in the US, UK, and around the globe continue to dominate news headlines, driving demand for imagery of political figures.
Advertisers often use these types of images and clips to promote a network, entertainment and sports events, and products geared toward audiences of all ages.
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