Jennifer Nini - Round 1, 2016 Champion

Consultation has concluded

Jennifer Nini

Digital media for the greater good

Jennifer Nini is the founder, digital strategist and principal word artist at The Social Copywriter, a digital content marketing agency. Originally from Melbourne, Jennifer moved to regional Queensland to pursue a more ethically-based ‘green’ lifestyle.

Her tagline for her website is ‘words for the greater good’ – she shares her communication and digital media expertise with other socially responsible businesses.

She creates digital content – website copy, articles, blog posts, ebooks, emails, landing pages, graphics, and videos – marketing the content to a wider audience using various digital platforms and automation tools.

As a prolific and thought-provoking ethical fashion blogger Eco Warrior Princess, Jennifer’s opinion is often sought; she has been featured in green publications, Peppermint Magazine and Eluxe Magazine; her articles appear regularly on other popular websites; and her blog consistently ranks highly as a ‘sustainable fashion blog.‘

Here’s a list of Jennifer’s activities:

  • founder of The Social Copywriter.

  • member of the Ethical Fashion Forum, the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia (NASAA) and the Women’s Network Australia

  • jointly manages an off-grid permaculture farm near the Fraser Coast Hinterland

  • business partner of a startup organic food business

  • administrator of a Facebook group – Mindful Boss Ladies.

    As a digital champion, Jennifer will encourage more people to use digital media and marketing through free workshops for SME businesses and not-for-profits. Content includes:

  • how to use social media marketing to increase brand awareness

  • why content marketing is important in standing out from competitors

  • which digital platforms to use

  • how to create a better website to increase sales

  • understanding Google Analytics and metrics.

She will:

  • conduct podcast interviews with local business owners

  • write blog posts to post on both her business and personal website one to help promote these businesses to a wider audience

  • broadcast local Gympie Council’s business support announcements to her vast digital audience, e.g. business seminars, workshops, grants.

Jennifer is nominated by: Gympie Regional Council

Jennifer Nini

Digital media for the greater good

Jennifer Nini is the founder, digital strategist and principal word artist at The Social Copywriter, a digital content marketing agency. Originally from Melbourne, Jennifer moved to regional Queensland to pursue a more ethically-based ‘green’ lifestyle.

Her tagline for her website is ‘words for the greater good’ – she shares her communication and digital media expertise with other socially responsible businesses.

She creates digital content – website copy, articles, blog posts, ebooks, emails, landing pages, graphics, and videos – marketing the content to a wider audience using various digital platforms and automation tools.

As a prolific and thought-provoking ethical fashion blogger Eco Warrior Princess, Jennifer’s opinion is often sought; she has been featured in green publications, Peppermint Magazine and Eluxe Magazine; her articles appear regularly on other popular websites; and her blog consistently ranks highly as a ‘sustainable fashion blog.‘

Here’s a list of Jennifer’s activities:

  • founder of The Social Copywriter.

  • member of the Ethical Fashion Forum, the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia (NASAA) and the Women’s Network Australia

  • jointly manages an off-grid permaculture farm near the Fraser Coast Hinterland

  • business partner of a startup organic food business

  • administrator of a Facebook group – Mindful Boss Ladies.

    As a digital champion, Jennifer will encourage more people to use digital media and marketing through free workshops for SME businesses and not-for-profits. Content includes:

  • how to use social media marketing to increase brand awareness

  • why content marketing is important in standing out from competitors

  • which digital platforms to use

  • how to create a better website to increase sales

  • understanding Google Analytics and metrics.

She will:

  • conduct podcast interviews with local business owners

  • write blog posts to post on both her business and personal website one to help promote these businesses to a wider audience

  • broadcast local Gympie Council’s business support announcements to her vast digital audience, e.g. business seminars, workshops, grants.

Jennifer is nominated by: Gympie Regional Council