Need to hire a freelance writer?
Do you need to hire a freelance writer? I’m a freelance content writer and copywriter based in Adelaide, Australia and with more than 20 years’ experience, I can help you achieve you marketing communications objectives, whether they are big, long-term projects or small, one-off tasks.
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I am a tertiary educated marketing communications professional with more than 20 years’ experience in education, government and travel. I transitioned to being a freelance writer after I based myself in Hanoi, Vietnam at the end of 2016 and expanded my portfolio to write for social enterprises and start-ups.
- an IT start-up
- a tech disruptor
- a SaaS company predicting workforce using AI
- a social enterprise working in the environment space
- a large hospitality service provider in Vietnam
- a social sciences academic journal.
How can I help you?
My niches, specialities and interests are:
- social enterprises and start-ups: strategic communications, marketing on a shoe-string, content marketing and copywriting
- travel content and copywriter writer: sustainable and slow travel, solo travel for “women of a certain age”, expat living, and Asia (with a focus on Vietnam).
- business content writer: marketing and branding, leadership and soft skills, social enterprise startups, organisation development, internal communication, change management, brain-based workplaces, learning and development, and diversity.
- education content writer: continuous learning, online learning (design, UX), adult learning, alumni communications, fundraising.
- lifestyle content writer: parenting (solo), relationships (attachment styles, dating a narcissist), running and exercise for older women, toxic relationships, relationships with narcissists, being a single woman over 50.
- environment content writer: behaviour change and education, change management, community engagement, product development, volunteer management, organisational development, marketing communications, crisis management
- Book editor: proofreading, copyediting, structural editing, ghost writing.
Who I love working with
We perform well when we work on projects that make a real difference, with people who inspire and respect us. I am no different. I enjoy working with good people who do good work on interesting projects. My ideal client, broadly speaking, is someone who:
- is organised, but doesn’t micro-manage
- communicates well and frequently, but respects boundaries
- is strategic, and provides me with a sound brief
- has worked with freelancers before, and appreciates the value we add
- has a decent budget, and pays me on time
- has a strategic, business or marketing communications plan.
How I like to
Freelance content writing work I enjoy
If this sounds like you and you’d like to work with me, I am available for the following freelance, project and part-time content writing and editing work, including:
- website content and blog posts — research, writing and editing
- content marketing collateral and management — sourcing writers, managing content and print schedules
- magazine cover stories, features, articles and reviews — print and online — pitching ideas, research, editing, writing and editing, project management
- media releases
- brochures, fact sheets, itineraries
- concept papers
- feasibility studies
- ghost writing
- white papers
- case studies
- special reports.
I also enjoy writing fundraising and marketing communications strategy. And here’s a little video I put together about why you should hire me to work with you on your next project:
Resources for you
Keep Hanoi Clean is a social enterprise based in Hanoi, Vietnam. This case study details the marketing communication strategy used to address funding issues.
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