Droneblog is a place for any and all who are interested in drones – those just getting started, aspiring professionals, or the merely curious. We offer inspiration and practical tips to help you on your journey with drones.
Husband and wife team Vali and Elizabeth started Droneblog in 2014. Drones were just starting to enter the scene, and Vali immediately saw the huge potential for them to make change in a big way.
With a passion for domain names and drones, Droneblog was born. The only thing was, neither Vali nor Elizabeth had any idea how to go about developing a blog.
Droneblog was built little by little relying primarily on interviews, press releases and guest posts, enough to begin building a brand and a web presence, but not enough to live up to its potential.
Then in October 2020 they were inspired to take Droneblog in hand, do the hard work of learning how to run a blog properly, and completely overhaul the whole site, which included a lot of purging, pruning and rethinking the blog from the ground up.
Elizabeth is the primary content producer, with an awesome team of expert writers continuing to collaborate.
Vali is the brains behind the operation, running the marketing and making everything look spiffy.
Elizabeth Ciobanu is a full time (homeschooling!) mom of five, and serial entrepreneur in a variety of enterprises, one of which is producing content and editing for Droneblog.
Peter Karanja is a freelance writer and drone enthusiast. He enjoys writing about how to fly drones safely, how drone pilots can advance their skills, and the latest news in the drone industry.
Nicole Malczan is a content marketing writer and freelancer. She’s applied her knowledge of marketing and SEO to many clients over the years. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, baking, and music.
Daniel Cepeda is a drone pilot certified by EASA. He has completed several drone courses, including certification for the Phantom 4 and Parrot Disco AG drones.
Dan Bayne is the owner/operator of an Orlando, Florida-based Media Production Company focusing on Drone Photography and Cinematography. He suffers from acute gear acquisition syndrome.
Keith Davis is the Pilot and Owner of a small Aerial Services Company in Tennessee. He has been a part of the drone community since it’s inception full profile »
Vali Ciobanu is the visionary and driving force behind Droneblog. He caught the bug for drones back in the early days, and started Droneblog as a way to join the revolution.