Author: Emily Watson

Emily Watson was born and raised in Jamestown, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Communications, focusing in Public Relations. Following college, Emily moved to Colorado where she got her start at a marketing agency as a Project Manager. Upon her return to Pennsylvania a few years later, she worked as an Account Executive managing clients such as New York Philharmonic, Rite Aid, Ruby Tuesday, and Belle Tire. Currently, Emily is a Marketing Strategist at Bull Moose Progressive Marketing located in Meadville. She is on the Senior Student Advisory Board for Slippery Rock University as well as a volunteer for the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler.

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5 Reasons Why Your Small Business Should Have a Website

Written by Emily Watson on October 09, 2018.

Google, Marketing, Website, small business marketing,

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There are countless reasons why small business owners should consider having a website for their company. A website is essentially the phone book of 2018. It’s a place where people find out more information about a company and what they offer....

Tags: Google, Marketing, Website, small business marketing

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What Is Snapchat And Why Is It So Popular?

You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about Snapchat lately, a very popular app among millennials. Sixty percent of all smartphone users are now on Snapchat and over 10 billion videos are viewed per day on the app. Impressive, huh? So, what exactly...

Tags: small town, destination marketing, small business marketing, Marketing, Social Media, Snapchat

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The Friday Five: Destination Marketing in a Small Town

Written by Emily Watson on July 27, 2018.

Marketing, destination marketing, small town, Tourism, Economy,

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This week's Friday Five is focused destination marketing. Destination marketing is used promote any place people may want to visit such as a town, city, region or country. The main goal is to attract more visitors to a certain location in hopes...

Tags: Marketing, destination marketing, small town, Tourism, Economy

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The Friday Five: Small Business Marketing 101: Strategy, Budgeting, Google My Business, and Facebook

This week's Friday Five is focused on small business marketing 101: Marketing tips and tricks for creating successful strategies, the benefits of using Google My Business, Facebook Ads, and Effective Budgeting. Here are some great resources when...

Tags: Strategy, Marketing, Marketing Performance, Facebook ads, Google My Business, Marketing Budget

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