“Working with Vanessa Salvia has been a true pleasure. She is quick, very communicative and an excellent writer.”
~ Kylie Ora Lobell, Editor, Leaf Group

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

“I have had the privilege of employing Vanessa as an Editor for Concrete Decor magazine and was very pleased with her performance. She is a highly productive individual, extremely well organized, and capable of learning a new industry quickly. In doing so she is comfortable in producing technical content that print and online audiences respond well to. I highly recommend Vanessa to others.”
~ Bent Mikkelsen, publisher, Concrete Decor magazine

“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

“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

“Working with Vanessa was a great experience. Her organization and commitment to timelines was just what we needed! Vanessa has great ideas for how our publication could be better and presented those well. I look forward to working with her in the future!”
~ Doug Darling, print services manager, Springfield Public Schools

“I never hesitate to recommend Vanessa to my clients for their copy writing and editing needs. I find her easy to work with and professional, no matter the size or scope of the project. I appreciate the attention to detail and care she takes with each client, including being mindful of timelines, budgets and word counts. She is skilled at modifying the tone and voice of her writing as needed, no matter the subject matter. Whether it’s a technical document or a bright, bubbly blog post (or anything in between), her writing is perfectly suited to the audience. She has a high level of technical skill as an editor as well, and works quickly and with precision. Her unique skill set and experience in all types of print and web copywriting make her an invaluable part of any project. I wish I was a better writer so I could more skillfully explain what an asset she is to have on your team!”
~ Janelle Frazier, web developer and designer, Oh So Graphic

“As an editor, I greatly enjoyed working with Vanessa on several publications and always knew I could go to her for excellent work. Vanessa has all the qualities that make a top-notch freelancer. She responds quickly to messages, always turns in her work by deadline or earlier, and writes cleanly and clearly, with an impeccable ability to follow an editor’s directions. She finds interesting sources and has an eye for a good quote. Her consistently high-quality writing put her at the top of my list when I needed to match a story to a freelancer. We also worked together on some large, notoriously difficult projects that required a great deal of patience, and Vanessa handled the assignments with impressive attention to detail and professionalism. I highly recommend Vanessa as one of the best freelancers I’ve worked with, and any publication would be lucky to have her byline in it.​”
~ Amy Klarup, special issues editor for Eugene Weekly and communications director for the Lane County Medical Society journal

“I really enjoy Vanessa’s stories. Just very interesting and informative with an engaging style, and ability to make contact with credible sources. I also appreciate her willingness to tackle any subject, as well as suggest her own story ideas. I appreciate our professional relationship and the stories we’ve told through words and pictures.”
~ Michelle Te, Editor, Northwest Boomer and Senior News (rebranded as Northwest 50+)

“I worked with Vanessa many times as she was a music writer at the Eugene Weekly and I frequently had artists coming to town. She has been, and always will be, one of my favorite writers to work with. She’s professional yet friendly, and always extremely polite too! Her coverage always helped the artists coming through town and all of us were very appreciative.”
~ Monica Seide-Evenson, owner/publicist, Speakeasy PR & Marketing

“Vanessa Salvia is a rare prize. A gifted writer, she is also a consummate professional – prompt, friendly, reliable, and as open to input as she is willing to share her own thoughts and good ideas. As a niche publisher, I’m happy to say Vanessa is a team’s dream: she fits in, gets to work, and adds value to any endeavor she is a part of.”
~ Jennifer McCammon, editor and publisher, SPOT Magazine

“Vanessa Salvia is a longtime freelancer for Eugene Weekly, an alternative newsweekly with a print circulation of 40,000 readers. Vanessa is always on time, thorough and ethical in her work and easy to work with during the editing process, all attributes that make her editors very happy. Her pieces are bright, fun and engaging for our readers, and she’s always willing to take on a story.”
~ Camilla Mortensen, editor, Eugene Weekly

“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