Unity Tenth posts Holiday Hours, announces change to ‘The Seed’ Newsletter

As 2020 comes to an end (for many us, for the best…), we wanted to let you know of a couple of changes to our hours as we get ready for the holidays.  Also, we have some news concerning the web marketing resource newsletter “The Seed” for 2021.

Christmas Eve & Christmas

Christmas Eve tomorrow and Christmas on Friday are considered holidays for website projects, so there will be a slight delay in certain projects as the office will be closed so we can spend time with our families. 

Most new web projects have already accounted for these two holidays and are already reflected in the due date.  If you have any concerns, please call/text the Sales & Accounts line or email customerservice@unitytenth.com.

As for support inquires or any other service (such as the email set-up assistance service or website changes), will be handled on the next business day which is Monday, December 28.  If your service is an emergency as listed in our emergency policy, then we’ll get to it as soon as possible.

New Years Eve & New Years Day

Just like for Christmas Eve and Christmas, New Years Eve & New Years Day are both considered holidays and the office will be closed.  Delays in project completion timelines have already taken into account these two holidays as well.

However, on New Years Eve, full support will be offered during normal business hours.

The Fate of The Seed

The Seed is a resource email newsletter and section on our website, unitytenth.com, that provides digital marketing ideas and tips curated from trusted sources.

It comes with great sadness that, as of January 1, 2021, we will no longer send out The Seed email newsletter.  Also, the Seed resources section at UnityTenth.com, will also receive a major overhaul and it will only provide original content from time to time.

We’ll continue to let you know about any new articles that posted there.  Also, we are considering some other ideas with the newsletter that hopefully will benefit you more in the long run. 

We hope that the resource has been helpful for you.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us!  We hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday season and we’ll see you in 2021!

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