12 Days of Small Business: Jon DeNunzio, Squarely Digital
Small Business has its challenges, especially in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. So, we all have to do our part to support each other and the small businesses with which we are connected. So, W3 Consulting is promoting small businesses through our campaign, 12 Days of Small Business. We hope to highlight each day a small business (or two) that can benefit from visibility and that will benefit our audience.
Like so many of my contacts, I met Jon DeNunzio of Squarely Digital by his attendance at the Alexandria Small Business Development Center’s monthly Business Development Roundtable, which I’ve been facilitating for the past 12 years. Jon has proven himself a competent, focused entrepreneur and a savvy digital marketer throughout the years I’ve known him. Jon executes the marketing and advertising strategies for his clients with the same standards he holds for himself, and I always feel comfortable referring them to him for candor and thoroughness.
About Jon DeNunzio
Jon founded Squarely Digital in 2013 after a journalism career that spanned more than 20 years. Most of that career was spent at The Washington Post, in both its print and digital newsrooms. He is passionate about writing and using it to produce high-quality marketing content, and leveraging digital tools to measure campaigns’ effectiveness.
About Squarely Digital
Squarely Digital provides digital marketing consulting that helps businesses get better results online. Our specialties are high-quality content marketing and pay-per-click advertising. Besides hands-on work on campaigns with concierge-level service, we run content marketing workshops to help other SMBs improve and grow.
Our ideal clients are small- and medium-sized businesses whose prospects have longer buyers’ journeys — they take longer to investigate solutions to their problem and decide on the best solution.
How is your Small Business unique, different in your industry? What’s your business’s greatest strength/asset today?
Unparalleled proficiency with words and numbers: As a former editor at The Washington Post, I know good writing and how to produce it — on deadline. And I’ve always been comfortable with math (I love Excel!), so using digital marketing data to optimize campaigns comes naturally.
What is your greatest challenge as a Small Business owner? How are you working to overcome that challenge in 2021?
Small business often presents challenges of efficiency, and my business is no exception. The good news is there are more and more digital tools available to help business owners streamline their efforts. I plan to take advantage of more of them in the coming year.
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