Jon DeNunzio is a former Washington Post writer and editor who taught in Georgetown University’s graduate journalism program and has run his own digital marketing business since 2013.
Topics and tactics that put good leads in your funnel
Balancing informational and sales-oriented content
Using content to demonstrate your expertise
Leveraging content to make networking more effective
This one-time fee gets you four weekly sessions — held from 12 to 1:30 p.m. ET on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29 — plus a course-ending 1-on-1 review call.
Jon’s expertise made this workshop invaluable. Walking through the customer journey and sharing my work with other professionals helped me improve my writing and land clients. The time and money I invested have garnered many returns.
The workshop was awesome! Jon gives super feedback, and his entire workshop was very valuable. He has a great style and is easy to work with — his feedback is easy to take and never feels judgmental.
Jon’s authenticity shines as he helps content creators discover their own voices to use in their content. He’s genuine in his feedback, and wants to help business owners reach their targeted audiences!
Excellent! Squarely Digital’s workshop helped me to significantly improve my understanding of my customers’ decision-making process and how to write for each stage of that process.
Challenging, Engaging, and Interactive. Zoom calls and homework, accompanied by constructive feedback from the other participants and Jon, helped me focus my efforts. My writing style tightened and I created a stronger action plan. Be prepared to do the work and accept the critiques. You will come out better equipped to present your business in person and online.
The 4 weekly virtual sessions will include:
Workshop instructor Jon DeNunzio will:
To wrap up the workshop, instructor will:
The workshop is much more than four weeks of online learning. Why? Well …
Finding potential business coaching clients seems like hard, time-consuming work. You’re posting on social media, sending emails, networking and more.
So, understandably, many coaches wonder how they’ll make time to create even more content, and how they’ll make sure it’s worth the effort.
That’s why I run these workshops. After you spend four weeks in one, you’ll know how to create effective content and you’ll see it’s not *that* difficult.
And you know what? The workshops are fun. Though the best part for me comes at the end, when workshop participants publish the content they created — and start to see results.
I look forward to helping you start down this path …