Brisbane, QLD, 4000
Behind the Business: Amanda Vanelderen
The right words at the right time for articles, blogs, ad campaigns, websites, newsletters, annual reports, product descriptions, award submissions… you name it.
With almost two decades experience in professional copywriting, marketing and communications, I’ll use my nous to help you get your business on track.
How can I help?
Let’s talk if you need help with:
I’ve wrangled words for small business, corporate, government and not-for-profit industries. Law, tourism, science, government, IT, public transport, health, media, education, infrastructure, procurement, telecommunications…
I know. I’m a regular renaissance woman.
So what’s my weakness?
I’m a perfectionist. I want to dazzle you with my writing, and get it all done in a friendly, efficient and professional way. I eat deadlines and pressure for breakfast (and coffee, lots of coffee).
Get in touch today to talk about your project.
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Brisbane, QLD, 4000
Terrific testimonials, raving reviews and phenomenal feedback can make your day. It’s awesome social proof, and gives the ego a good rub. But what about the business feedback that cuts you to the bone, or is just plain weird?
In this exercise from her new book, Amanda guides you through using the APPLES approach to help you write better and cut the crap.
It’s that time of year again, when I write to the ATO and chat about their year and mine. In 2018 it’s all about getting authentic with branding and PR to take their reputation from tragic to taxtastic.
Work at home mums (WAHMs) have been swindled. And part of the con is that we blame ourselves for it. But I’ve got a secret weapon against the great WAHM swindle.
If you’re perched smugly at your pristine desk smashing through your prioritised to-do list, good on you. For the rest of us, here’s some answers to the obscure soul-searching questions soloism can bring. Apologies in advance to those selling unicorn tears.
With EOFY looming, it’s time for the ATO to consider a few real-life tax deductions for Australia’s army of soloists and small businesses.
ABC Kids is a fixture in our house. There are no ads, and it’s generally positive and educational. As a time-poor freelancer, it’s also taught me some unlikely business lessons.
A business blog is still one of the most effective ways to market yourself in 2017. If yours isn’t getting the attention it deserves, here are some key mistakes you might be making, along with how to fix them.
Do you find it tough to get a reply to your emails? Do you have problems getting a straight answer? These four simple email communication tips will help you get it right.