Gaia Veenis

experienced writer with passion and attention-to-detail

United States

A writer with wide-reaching experience built on a foundation of higher education including a BA in Journalism, MA in English, and MFA in Creative Writing. Has worked prolifically in the online marketing, news, publishing, and PR industries for more than a decade. Check out some of my work below or contact me to request specific examples.


Online Marketing and SEO Content

The Storefront
9 Experiential Event Ideas to Bring More Customers to Your Store - The Storefront

Today's shoppers are still excited and eager for engaging in-store experiences. The right in-store experiences can help build brand loyalty, increase foot traffic, encourage word-of-mouth, highlight independent makers, and more. Here, we've gathered some tips and inspiration to make your store's events as successful as possible.

The Studio
Mastering the Art of Product Photography - The Studio

Quality product photography is a great way to grab your customers' attention and elevate your brand image. Consumer surveys have shown that most shoppers consider visual appearance above other factors when making online purchases, and buyers often return products that do not look the same as in photos.

Marketing content for Faire
Scrollino case study

A customer case study on how this novelty brand quickly increased sales and simplified delivery with Faire

Home Care Heroes Proudly Serving Aging Adults and Their Families

When it comes to elderly care, Studio City, CA families and Sherman Oaks area residents are fortunate to have one of the leading teams of experts and caregivers right at their fingertips. We understand that it is a difficult time when a family must decide to get help caring for an elderly or chronically ill loved one.

Celebrating 20 Years of Finders Keepers on the Beaches of Lincoln City, OR

Looking for an excuse to get away to one of A1's fabulous beach house rentals? Lincoln City, Oregon residents are celebrating the 20 th anniversary of Finders Keepers, a tradition in which "Float Fairies" hide blown-glass floats along the city's beaches in a nod to the colorful spheres that used to float ashore from Japanese fishing boats in the days of yore.

Online Media, Journalism, and Travel Writing

New Online Media Specialist Joins the Team at Amour d'Art

The Amour d'Art Fine Art Gallery is making a number of changes to increase its web presence and promote its inventory of fine art. One important change is the addition of online media specialist Gaia Veenis, who will be handling various marketing and promotional efforts to revamp the gallery's image on the web.

San Diego CityBeat

Smokers in California may have an even more expensive habit come Jan. 1, 2007. If groups backing the Children's Health Initiative can gather enough signatures in the next few weeks, voters will decide in November whether a $2.60 tax should be include,Nig

The Daily Aztec
'Tis the season to be impressing

It's the end of the semester; finals week is upon us. Most students walking around campus are probably consumed with anxiety about final grades or with a numb feeling of relief that the semester is finally drawing to a close.

Airplane Reading
Reunion at Tullamarine

"You're traveling into the future," my friend typed into a Facebook chat box before I embarked on the 17-hour journey across the international dateline to his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. I was counting the final days until December 27, eager fo...