NEPA BlogCon 2013 is this Saturday, and we hope to see you there!

NEPA BlogCon is this Saturday! See you there!

nepa blog con presenter badgeThis Saturday is the 2nd annual NEPA BlogCon, and the NEPA Geeks are very proud to be a part of it!

If you haven’t heard of NEPA BlogCon, it’s an annual, day-long conference set to take place at the Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke, PA on October 5, 2013.

Along with discussion of how to become a blogger (or a better blogger) there will be plenty of chances to meet and mingle with many of the other notable bloggers and blogging personalities that live and work throughout North-East Pennsylvania.

Not only will we be attending the conference, one of our technicians, Dale Culp, will be giving a presentation on the importance of setting up a domain name for marketing and branding purposes. So, if you happen to be there, be sure to sit in on his presentation. And, afterwards, meet up with the Geeks to talk more about how our hosting services can help take your blog to the next level!

In the meantime, the NEPA Geeks “geek blog” has been nominated for a NEPA BlogCon Blog of the Year award! However, we can’t win the award without your help… so we invite anyone reading this to follow the link to the poll and give us your vote!

Lastly, as we will be attending NEPA BlogCon, that unfortunately means that the office will be closed this Saturday, October 5. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we hope you understand.

Thank you, to all of our clients and customers past and present, and we hope to see you at BlogCon!

Dee is a blogger, copywriter, SEO guru and marketer for-hire who often lends her talents to NEPA Geeks. She graduated from McCann’s School of Business in 2002 and has worked as a database administrator and PC technician for 8 years while doing freelance writing and blogging for various media publications both in print and online. She has written articles for IGN.com, EscapistMagazine.com and wrote a biweekly column for The Weekender for nearly 3 years.