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Geneabloggers

Blogging has become a big part of internet writing for all topics of interest. Genealogy is no exception. Hundreds of family researchers have started blogging and not just about their particular families. A group has formed that centralizes a place for all genealogy bloggers to join and learn from. They have named this group,Geneabloggers. It is free to join and the benefits and networking are wonderful for those who love to write and also do genealogy research. Itís founder, Thomas MacEntee, has provided an avenue for writers and genealogists that cannot be matched anywhere else.

Requirements to join Geneablogger: you must either author a blog related to genealogy and family history or you are a reader of these types of blogs. If you have a genealogy or family history-related blog hereís what you can do to get involved in a fast-growing community of like-minded bloggers who are always ready to lend a hand to new GeneaBloggers members:

You will not be left on your own should you decide to join this wonderful group. There is a section for Blog Resources:
There is a section for Genealogy events. Some events that are current are Geneabloggerís events. There are daily, weekly and themed topics you can write about if you choose to, or just read in your spare time. Here are some daily themes:
One of my favorite Geneabloggers is Randy Seaver. His blog is Genea-Musings. Every Saturday he has a theme of fun things to write about. I have used some of these blogs I have participated in as articles in the past. (Saturday Night Fun's Ancestry.com Winner, Genealogy Inspiration, Genealogy Records Wish List)The great thing about reading or joining Geneabloggers is there is no pressure to write or participate. It is up to you and your schedule what blogs you wish to participate in or read. Some topics relate to the bloggerís personal family, but some are educational and have data that you might use in doing your own research. Take a look and see if Geneabloggers has something to offer you as a genealogy writer or researcher.


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