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How Photography Can Help Your Blog

Blogging seems like an easy thing to do in theory. You have this brilliant story to tell and you would like to share it with the world, so you venture off and start your own blog. As you begin, you kind of have an idea of what you will you say, and you kind of…

Hey, there. We have a press release!

Now it’s no secret that we spend most of the summer promoting NEPA BlogCon to newspapers, TV stations, radio stations, colleges, and community organizations throughout the NEPA region (and beyond!) We’re so thankful for all of the coverage and support we’ve gained over the years and we’re back at it again for this year’s event….

Meet Kathleen Jamhoury – The Blogging Baby Boomer Pastor

Rev. Kathleen Jamhoury constantly ponders about getting on God’s good side in order to enjoy God forever while keeping her retirement fund growing, her family safe, her church healthy and growing, and the Yankees in the winning column. She is also working her Tumblr pastor’s blog named “Schmoozing God” with thoughtful – if not humorous, posts on…

Meet Joe Casabona

Developer, Author, Nerd…. That’s how Joe Casabona, this week’s Community Blogathon guest, describes himself – that’s in addition to teacher, cigar aficionado, drummer and Yankee’s fan. We also know Joe for his 2013 presentations at NEPA BlogCon and NEP-Tech, his Twitter presence, and interesting blog posts. His recent post entitled “The Right Way to Explain Your Freelancing Career to Your Dad”…

Meet Lady Spitfire Lucia Peregrim

In the words of Lucia Peregrim,  founder of The Indie Authority, aka Lady Spitfire on the net, she’s “Just a small town girl living in a mainstream world. Some day people will get it that mainstream is going away. Indie is here to stay.” Born and raised in Scranton, Lady Spitfire has been an avid member of the…

Meet Red Sox Fan Christine E

For years, Christine says people have been telling her that she should write a book because she is “semi-amusing”. However,  she claims the problem is “the people who usually say “you should write a book” have no freaking CLUE the work it involves”. She says she has 3 chapters of that book somewhere, “but taking the time to…