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Jessica Watson, President & Chief Creative Officer of JWatson Creative, was the featured guest on MyCity4Her BlogTalk Radio on Friday, January 11, to provide her expert opinion on marketing trends for business in 2013.
Listen to the recording of the show by copying this link into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/jwcreateblogtalk
For the program, Watson sites research from Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal to support her findings about the business environment of the new year.
âThereâs going to be an increased focus on inbound marketing this year,â Watson says, which is where brands spend resources to create valuable content and conversations that draw audiences to their products and services. âItâs going to be come very important for us to be more engaged with technology, to align our online presence so that its strong and consistent, and to start connecting with whatâs happening around us.â
Additionally, Watson addresses other trends such as loyalty marketing, adding value to your brand as a social influencer, using design to stand out, and measuring the impact of your marketing campaigns. âWhen youâre a small business, itâs understandable that sometimes we are working with very limited budgets, which is why its important to do your research, invest in more than one approach, and to monitor your campaigns to make sure theyâre performing optimally.â
Watson closes the show by encouraging business owners to get on the ball this year and starting making strides towards their goals. âItâs time to put yourself out there. Now is the time to start building your foundation, and to be confident in what you do.â
Listen to the radio show and stay informed on whatâs trending this year:
Also featured during the show was Sarge Salmon, one of the organizers for TEDx Baltimore Rewired (http://www.tedxbaltimore.com/2013) taking place on January 25, 2013.
For questions or additional details, contact the offices of JWatson Creative, 443.502.0189 or email@example.com