Jena Durell

She/Her

Google Ads Specialist

Jena is soaking up a ton of information as the Google Ads Specialist and is excited to put this knowledge to use for Eternity’s clients. In addition to learning all about Google Ads, Jena loves yoga, meditation, and being outside with her husband and dog.

Fun facts about Jena:

  • I’ve never had a sense of smell.
  • The first live music concert I saw was Paul McCartney in Philadelphia in 1990.
  • My longest day hike was 28 miles on and around Mount Marcy, New York.
  • I once quit drinking coffee for over a year and will not make that mistake again.
Eternity Google Ads Specialist Jena Durell

Q+A with Jena Durell


Do you collect anything? If so, what?
Photos, especially of my dog. He will be two on March 3rd and I have no less than 2000 pictures of him on the camera roll right now.

What is your favorite quote?

"The simple things are also the most extraordinary things, and only the wise can see them." - Paulo Coelho

What is your favorite Vermont activity?
Hiking followed by a bonfire in the fall and winter, hiking followed by swimming in the summer.

Who is your favorite band?
My musical taste really runs the gamut, but my current playlist includes Jay-Z, The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Kanye, Living Legends, Bob Seger, John Denver, Lana Del Ray, Lizzo, and David Bowie.

What is your favorite place that you have visited?

I was lucky enough to spend May 2021 on Topsail Island in North Carolina and I loved it a lot.

Favorite author?
Varies depending on what I’m reading, but Born to Run by Christopher McDougall has had a lasting impact on my life.


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Recent Posts from Jena Durell

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Why You Shouldn't Search For Your Own Google Ads

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Brand Archetypes: What Are They And Why Are They Important?

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Google Ads - 6 Things You Can Do Today To Improve Your Ad Campaigns

There are billions of Google searches every day, each of them an opportunity to connect with a potential customer. By following these simple steps, you can increase the likelihood that the connection a customer makes will be with you!