If you missed my talk on Social Genealogy this month, you can now see the recorded webinar.
Presented at the April 2012 Middlesex Chapter meeting of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogsts, Inc.
I look at social media tools and how to use them like a genealogy detective. Using social media and building a strong network are a valuable part of your genealogy toolbox.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
It's not what you know and it's not who you know, it's how big is your network.
Join us on April 14th at 1:30 at the Framingham Public Library as the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists host and I present Social Genealogy: Finding Your Cousins.
We will look at social media tools and how to use them like a genealogy detective. Using social media and building a strong network are a valuable part of your genealogy toolbox.
If you can't make it out to Framingham then join us for the free live webinar. Register here.
Let's get social!
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