Candlefox is a multinational education marketing agency servicing education providers. In addition to feature articles for Candlefox’s own website, I have written blog posts and content pillars for their clients tafecourses.com.au, shortcourses.com.au, training.com.au and training.co.nzContinue Reading "Education marketing content written for Candlefox"
In today’s hyperconnected world, social isolation has, quite ironically, been on the rise. Social isolation can be seen in many aspects of our lives, with the workplace being one particular area in which many people report feeling lonely.Continue Reading "How to Beat Social Isolation in the Workplace"
Digital marketing insights written for a multinational SEO agency, demonstrating a thorough understanding of the digital marketing space and blog writing best practices.Continue Reading "Digital Squad Blog Posts"
There comes a time in the expansion of every business that some outside help is needed to advance the overall marketing strategy. A copywriter can step in to craft engaging social media copy, drive thought leadership through blog posts or accelerate sales with snappy product copy. Don’t leave your copywriting as an afterthought – instead, look out for these traits as you search for the copywriter your business needs.Continue Reading "3 Signs You’ve Found The Right Copywriter to Propel Your Business"
A sample of some of my expert roundup blog posts to support an online retailer in their SEO strategy.Continue Reading "MyDeal.com.au Blog Posts"
The transition from studying to working full-time is one of the biggest learning curves I ever experienced. I count my blessings every day for the fact that easing from my Creative Writing degree into my first full-time role as a content writer with a marketing agency was fairly painless, with only three months of job-hunting required. Since settling into this role, I’ve learned how to live a routine 9-5 life as opposed to a fluid uni schedule, tried to figure out how to find the…Continue Reading “5 Truths About Money I’ve Learned From My First Full-Time Job | The Financial Diet”
We all have a thousand invisible threads tied to us, threads that tug gently as we move throughout our lives. We move like puppets, tugged on by some sort of supreme puppet master. Each thread is a reminder of a former self we chose not to be that still lingers in our memories, our “what ifs”. There might be a thread tied to your pinky, or one that makes your mouth twitch, or one that strings along your feet, taking you elsewhere. We are faced…Continue Reading “Threads of Thought | Peril | Edition 27”