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GeneaBloggers is a community of content providers supporting one another with expertise and encouragement as we share our family histories. Our members provide a wide variety of genealogy content across numerous platforms including blogging, vlogging, podcasting, and nearly all forms of social media.
Basic membership is free. GeneaBloggers spotlights member content to spark interest and drive traffic to members sites. We inspire with content prompts and assist with technical support. We bring people together from all over the world with meet-ups at regional and national conferences.
In addition to the benefits of Basic membership, Premium members can add a description of their site on our membership roll, receive individual Blogiversary (blog anniversary) posts, as well as discounts from our Partner Vendors and other benefits.
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The GeneaBloggerTRIBE has provided resources to help me tell my family story, with prompts to help craft posts and ideas on how to make my blog reach more people.
I love the sense of community—sharing ideas and tips about blogging and genealogy.
Being part of this community also helps me to network with other people with similar goals and interests. I have a lot to learn, and it is nice to feel connected!
Help us celebrate the blogiversaries of the following bloggers who started their websites in the month of March. We’re doing it a little differently this month, due to some helpful suggestions in past month’s blogiversary posts...read more
Kathleen Irwin has been blogging at Old Photos Found since 8 March 2011! Her blog is about researching and re-homing vintage photographs found in antique stores” Her recent posts include: Putnam, Leslie (Bedford IA) Lake, Harry (Bedford IA)...read more
Christopher White has been blogging at Finding your Past: Genealogical Gleanings in Albany since 2013. He describes his site as “a blog aimed at discussing aspects of local Albany area history.” He writes about research, documentation,...read more
Join us in welcoming Bailey’s Roots blog to the GeneaBloggers membership roll. Louise Wilson Bernero is blogging for her granddaughter Bailey. She is attempting to trace her family roots primarily in the South with beginnings in...read more
Diane Rogers has been blogging at CanadaGenealogy, or, ‘Jane’s Your Aunt’ since February of 2003. She blogs about genealogy to help others trace their own family stories. She writes, “I believe genealogy research deepens your...read more
Join us in welcoming Ancestral Ramblings blog to the GeneaBloggers membership roll. Kimberli Pollard Smith has her blog as a place to ramble on about her various ancestry research finds. It’s a place to compile all the tidbits of info...read more