Testimonials Archive

University of Oregon

“We have been utilizing Vanessa’s services to help write and assemble the Department Newsletter for nearly a decade (as of 2014). She is prompt and professional in her dealings with subjects and her articles are well-written and insightful. Clearly, such a longstanding relationship illustrates our great satisfaction with Vanessa and her work.”

~ Mike Haley, Richard M. & Patricia H. Noyes Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Materials Science Institute

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Vanessa is our go-to writer for professional, well-written copy. She almost always turns in her stories ahead of deadline, even on short notice. It’s a comfort and a pleasure to me to have her write for the Register-Guard’s Special Publications Department.”

~ Kelly Fenley, editor of special publications for the Register-Guard

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“Vanessa Salvia has worked for HEROweb in a variety of capacities over the years. Vanessa excelled for us in both journalistic and technical writing. She has a very friendly writing style and was able to take technically complex topics and present them in a simple and straightforward fashion. She was also a key contributor in the web marketing division of our business, where she was able to acquire a range of skills related to search marketing and social media and very capably assist our customers with their marketing campaigns. I highly recommend Vanessa as a writer, editor, and social media communicator. She approaches her work with care and integrity and knows what it takes to get project done on time.”

~ Michael Stearns, owner and CEO, HEROweb


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Eugene Magazine

“Coming on as editor of Eugene Magazine, I was delighted that, as the former editor of the quarterly publication, Vanessa Salvia was interested in maintaining a freelance relationship with us. In my time with her, we have asked Vanessa to tackle a variety of topics, ranging from beekeeping to restaurant reviews. Vanessa is detail-oriented, able to meet deadlines, professional, and I know a story is in good hands when assigned to her.

~ Amanda Bedortha, editor, Eugene Magazine

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