These works are an example of my unique voice and style that I’ve cultivated throughout my writing career.
Companies and publications where my work has appeared include Travel Weekly, B&T Magazine, Intrepid Travel, Luxury Travel Magazine, the South Africa Tourism annual marketing magazine, retail Christmas guides, cadabbra product descriptions, Flowers Across Melbourne, and more.
Recent Copywriting Work
With a need for new category names and product descriptions for a suite of florals and gifts, I worked with FAM to create a fresh tone of voice and playful energy across the site. I provided 50 quirky product names and descriptions, plus snazzy new categories for their B2C website, all in under a week.
As the self-described ‘Net-a-Porter’ of interior design, I helped write up engaging and unique company bios for an extensive list of cadabbra’s clients, as found in their directory.
An impressive suite of their client’s products grouped into quirky categories for every gift-giver at Christmas.
Commissioned by The Misfits Media Company and their events team, I created content specific for their client – Sri Lanka Tourism – and the tourism festival they were hosting in Australia in 2017.
Working with professional make-up artist, Merton Muaremi, I wrote a suite of content including brush product descriptions, overviews, and care & maintenance copy to market his collection to aspiring and experienced make-up artists alike.
Cambodia and Vietnam are an ideal pairing for a trip on a shoestring. Here’s how to see these countries without breaking the bank.
If there is one image that represents forget-it-all holiday bliss, it would have to be an overwater bungalow. Hannah Edensor profiles seven dream Tahiti boltholes.
Looking to pair your client with their ideal apartment accommodation? Hannah Edensor finds the perfect fit for three common customers.
In a world where we like our food fast and our wanderlust sated, Instagrammers are disrupting travel in a way traditional marking can’t. An original native for Travel Counsellors bespoke magazine supplement.
In this 28-page mini magazine, Hannah Edensor explores the vast and exceptional destinations of South Africa through the lens of the ‘safari’ theme.
Travel Weekly Discover Section
Travel Weekly’s primary content marketing platform is known as Discover, in which five articles are created and presented on the homepage. For the past three years, the majority of these campaigns have been written and delivered by myself. Some specific examples include:
The aim of this campaign was to encourage readers to download the free report, through offering interpretations of the report relevant to agents.
The Lufthansa Group wanted to communicate with agents their extensive route network in a creative and engaging way through bespoke native content. It remains one of the most read articles on the Travel Weekly website to date.
Part of the campaign was to promote the brand and focus of Excite Holidays to travel agent readers, which we did through these articles.
As part of Scoot’ native brief, the aim was to communicate the perks of travelling via a Low Cost Carrier, and dispel the myth that LCCs = crap experience.
An Amadeus native article, aimed at showcasing the benefits of their new technology for every kind of agent.
Air Canada’s native article which helped sell the destination, and in turn kept the Air Canada brand front of mind.
A native piece for MTA – Mobile Travel Agents, in which the brief was to promote recruitment efforts of the mobile-based travel agency, even pinching brick-and-mortar-based agents to the other side.
As any media outlet will tell you, good creative ideas can be costly cake to bake. That’s where curation – blogs, wires, reader feedback, even out-and-out theft – is providing the more tasty option.
Former Travel Weekly hack and now B&T journo, Hannah Edensor, is clearly no fan of very famous people being paid very big bucks to be the face of over-priced holiday destinations.
Can’t find a good graduate with a degree and a clue? You’re not alone. The industry is in a state of flux, savvy talent is hard to find, and yet universities are taking years just to update a course. So what’s the solution?
It might all be in jest, but B&T’s Hannah Edensor has had it up to here (gestures to neck) with brands battering each other in ads.
B&T Magazine – Digital
Luxury Travel Magazine
A contribution to a magazine feature on the seasonal “sweet spot” to visit global destinations. My segment covered Mexico, with the feature now available online.
Your Friends House
A recollection of the day my mum discovered she had cancer, and dealing with the grips the disease has over a family.
Six months after my previous article, I penned this about my mother’s death when I was 21, and the feelings that engulfed me as I sifted through her stuff.
The Bull, University of Sydney
An exploration of the stigma around tattoos, and how people in different professions manage their love of ink.
A reflection on how time affects the grief associated with losing a parent, including interviews with friends who’ve experienced the same kind of loss.
Hannah Edensor looks at ‘hook-up’ culture at the University of Sydney and why we shouldn’t feel ashamed of it.