10 March 2010

Keep In Touch With SCGS

With the premier of “Who Do You Think You Are” last Friday night, the genealogical community is poised to experience a surge in interest in family history research.

Some are saying that the NBC program, along with “Faces of America” which was shown on PBS, will spark an interest level not seen since Roots in 1976.

News is breaking so quickly that it’s hard to keep up. It’s a great problem to have. I’m trying to update everyone on all the news by posting notices on the SCGS blog and on the SCGS website.

You don’t need to ~blog~ or ~do blogs~ or ~read blogs~ or ~anything blogs~ in order to keep up with the notices. All you need to do is go to the blog website and sign up to get email with any posts that were made in that day.

I encourage you to sign up to receive email notices. No one will get your email address. You won’t get posts from other individuals – the emails are one-way communications from SCGS. I’ll do my best to keep you updated on SCGS activities, news of bargains from genealogy suppliers, notices of media focus on genealogy, and other interesting bits and pieces of interest to genealogists.

Oh, by the way…

There’s a companion blog for Jamboree. If you’re planning to attend, or even just thinking about it, you can sign up to get those updates too. It's very rewarding to hear from our Jamboree blog readers that they were much more informed, and they enjoyed Jamboree even more, because of the updates posted to the blog.

As I write this, we have 6 subscribers to the SCGS blog and 367 subscribers to the Jamboree blog. Let’s see how those numbers change in the next 24 hours.

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