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June 23rd, 2014

Meet the Team- R. Carnavale

R. Carnavale joined the PeKu writing team in April 2012. Since that time, this writer has shown a natural ability to write about many topics.  Covering everything from gaming to fashion to travel and much more, R. Carnavale has a great way of researching topics and writing articles that entertain and info.  To learn more about this member of the PeKu team I conducted an interview recently. Read on to learn more.

MPK: When you aren’t writing articles, what do you like to  do with your free time?

RC: I enjoy playing video games, reading, drawing and going to

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June 16th, 2014

Working Together

I built PeKu's team on a completely virtual basis.  My designer and engineer are in Europe.  My editors are in the US and Canada.  My writers are distributed among a few continents. As I have hired new team members, location never mattered.

Even though PeKu is headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire, coming to the office never was a requirement.  The only thing that mattered was that you did your job well and were punctual.   We use collaborative software that keeps team members on the same page.  Working with my editorial team, we hold monthly meetings utilizing an online

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June 9th, 2014

PeKu News- June 2014

It's June, which means that graduation season is in full swing.  All (?) college and university graduations are done, but many preschool, elementary, middle, and high schools have graduations ahead.  Campbell High School, which is my town's school, celebrates graduation this Friday night. On Wednesday, they will hold their Senior Night at which I will present the third annual PeKu Publications scholarship.

Of course, I can't announce the person who is receiving this award, that is a huge secret! However, I can share how much I enjoy being able to provide a scholarship to a college-bound senior.  This

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June 2nd, 2014

June 2014 Highlights

Over the last 6+ years, I have spent a great amount of time thinking about the building and growing of PeKu.  Initially my goals were to add content.  This meant that I spent a lot of time writing articles.  As we grew, I added more writers to help me increase the amount of articles we were publishing on a weekly basis.  As the number of articles and readers grew, so did our revenue, which allowed me to add an editor to help with overseeing all of the articles we published. PeKu continued to snowball: more writers, more

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May 26th, 2014

Happy Memorial Day!

Rather than sharing trivial thoughts of mine or promoting a new feature at PeKu today, I simply want to extend our thanks for all who have given freely of themselves in order to provide us with freedom.  We are truly grateful.

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May 19th, 2014

Let’s Try That Again

A week ago Sunday, on Mother's Day, I awoke feeling under the weather.  An optimist, I hoped it would pass, but it did not. Mother's Day was spent sleeping.  I felt badly, not only because I was ill but because I knew the kids and my husband had planned a great day.  With no way to change that day's situation, I decided to schedule a do-over. So, yesterday we spent the afternoon together- a walk along the beach and boardwalk, lobster rolls and clam chowder at an oceanside restaurant, card games at home, and finally ice cream

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