GeneaBloggers Ranks #83 on Top 100 Most Popular Genealogy Websites

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GenealogyInTime™ Magazine has put together a global list of the Top 100 Most Popular Genealogy Websites and GeneaBloggers has been listed at spot #83!

As stated in the article:

The Top 100 list is the end product of an extensive and exhaustive evaluation of thousands of genealogy websites. The list and the accompanying article provide a considerable amount of insight into the genealogy industry. It can also help you discover some interesting new genealogy websites.

You can read the Top 100 Most Popular Genealogy Websites and look at all the rankings and get a better understanding of the process.  In addition, Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings has a good overview of the Top 100 and you can read it here.

Thanks to all the readers and supporters of GeneaBloggers who help make this site possible!

©2012, copyright Thomas MacEntee

Blog Talk Radio Interview Tonight – July 22, 2011

Your Ancestors Want Their Stories To Be Told

This evening, Wednesday, July 20, 2011, I will be a guest on Blog Talk Radio and I invite members of GeneaBloggers and readers to listen to yours truly discuss genealogy, social media and technology. The show starts at 8:00pm Central and you can click here to set a reminder and to listen to the live broadcast.

Jane E. Wilcox hosts the Your Ancestors Want Their Stories To Be Told show and she’ll be asking me how I got into the genealogy field as well as how I am using social media and technology to not only advance my own research but to bring more recognition to the genealogy community. Jane is also a member of GeneaBloggers and runs the Forget-Me-Not Ancestry blog and website.

If you can’t catch tonight’s live episode, don’t forget to listen to the archived episode here.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee

GeneaBloggers Highlighted in Deseret News

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Check out the article entitled Genealogy meets the blogosphere: Using social media for family history research in the July 14, 2011 issue of the Deseret News where GeneaBloggers and several genealogy bloggers are interviewed.

The article by Hillary Bowler does a good job at giving readers an overview of blogging about genealogy and how it has become an important part of documenting one’s research efforts. Also interviewed in the article are Jim Ericson of FamilySearch, Lisa Louise Cooke of the Genealogy Gems Podcast,  Margaret Cason of the Their Hearts Shall Turn blog, and Mona Magno-Veluz of the Ang Aming Angkan blog.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee