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Who We Are
GeneaBloggersTRIBE 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.
GeneaBloggersTRIBE 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.
What Our Members are Saying
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.Cheri P.
I love the sense of community—sharing ideas and tips about blogging and genealogy.Laura W.
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!K.C.
Happy Tenth Blogiversary to The Genealogy Search! This blogger is celebrating a decade of writing about family history research. A member of a variety of genealogical societies, the curator of this site writes about conferences and jamborees, his...read more
Nancy Ward Remling started Remling Genealogy in 2014. Nancy, who lives in the FingerLakes region of New York state, is a member of APG, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Central New York Genealogical Society, Jefferson County (NY)...read more
Russ Worthington, APG, APG-SL, aka Cousin Russ, started the Family Tree Maker User blog in 2008. This blog helps users of the popular Family Tree Maker genealogy program make the most of their software. Russ, as you may be aware, is also a member...read more
Lark Dalin Robart started Eight Roads to Montana in 2015. Lark is originally from Montana, but now lives in New Mexico and is a member of both the Montana Historical Society and Albuquerque Genealogical Society. Lark started Eight Roads to Montana...read more
Ellen Fernandez-Sacco PhD started Latino Genealogy & Beyond: Diasporic journeys across time and place last September. A Boricua from New York City, has lived in California who has recently relocated to Tampa Florida, Ellen is a Past President...read more
Melissa Barker, Certified Archivist and Records Manager aka “the Archive Lady,”is a member of Society of Tennessee Archivists, Society of American Archivists, Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society, and the National Genealogical Society. She’s...read more
Join us in wishing the following content providers who started their sites in August a Happy Blogiversary! One way to make their month super special would be visiting their sites, reading and commenting on a post of two. Forgotten Faces Project...read more