Monday, October 25, 2010

Selected links for blog writers

After our very successful BLOGGING FOR BEGINNERS webinar last Wednesday evening, many have written to say they finally decided to take the plunge and create their own blogs.

Our host, Geoff from Legacy Family Tree received the following feedback:

"Thanks for doing these webinars - I have attended two of them and content was great in both. The blogging webinar was a change up - I especially like that you took live questions and had our posted questions answered soon after we asked them. There was a great deal going on yesterday during the webinar but I really felt like I was attending an in person seminar! Very helpful and interesting - keep pushing those tech boundaries."

As the presenter, I felt like I was looking out into the audience when taking your questions! Isn't technology wonderful? THANKS to the Legacy Family Tree team for inviting Ol' Myrt to speak.

Now in response to this blog entry, please post your comments with links to your brand new or revitalized blogs!

For the next 30 days or so you can catch the archived version of the webinar at:

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
Your friend in genealogy.


  1. Hi Myrt,
    I created a new blog after listening to the Webinar about blogging.

    I've even asked another person to be a co-author. This will be the place to go for people who had ancestors named "Hague" that lived in Rhode Island. I'm very happy to have it. Thanks for the great webinar!
    Aloha, Donna Hague Wendt
    P.S I also slowly post to another blog from a 2-year long genealogy/tourist roadtrip. It is

  2. I'm not seeing any links. Is this an article that you're still working on?

    Thanks for all your hard work!

  3. Inspired by your Webinar, I finally went and did it! So that proves I stayed wide awake all the way through, even though it was way past my bedtime here.

    There's still a lot to learn, and I'm sure I'll get better with practice, but I've made a start and you can find my shiny new blog at

  4. This in via email: