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Unique Blog Helps Parents Connect with Their Teens through Pop Culture and Technology
By: Jennifer Wagner
Connect with Our Teens Through Pop Culture and Technology
Connect with your Teens through Pop Culture and Technology created a unique blog niche that did not yet exist by combining a parenting teens blog with a keeping up with pop culture and technology blog.
There are many blogs on the Internet that offer advice to parents on dealing with their teenagers. There are even more blogs on the topics of pop culture, entertainment or technology. However, until recently there have not been any that combine them together to offer parents a fun way of bonding with their teens.
Connect with your Teens through Pop Culture and Technology has created a unique blog niche that did not yet exist.
Where can parents find the answers to these questions and more?
What is the best television show to watch with my teenagers?
Are there any new book series that can fill the void left by the end of Harry Potter?
What were the top pop culture moments of 2008 and of the presidential election?
Where can my teenager watch TV online for free?
What movies and music from my past can I now connect with my teens over?
This is just a small sample of the types of posts written on Connect with your Teens through Pop Culture and Technology. This blog helps parents keep up-to-date with all forms of entertainment and technology. Teenagers, looking for the latest news on Twilight and The Secret Life of the American Teenager, also make up a fair share of the readers of Connect with your Teens.
After a variety a careers, including Law School Reference Librarian and Children’s Computer School Owner, Jennifer Wagner decided to write a blog. Wanting to write about what she knew and loved, her decision was easy. Jennifer had a lifelong love of pop culture and a recent love of technology. The best part of these loves was that in recent years they had given her a great deal in common with her teenage sons and allowed a level of bonding that would not have occurred without these common interests.