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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
Eileen A. Souza, PLCGS has been blogging at Old Bones Genealogy since 2012. Eileen is originally from Pennsylvania, but she now lives in Carroll County, Maryland. She is a member of Association of Professional Genealogists, National Genealogy...read more
Diana Bryan Quinn has been blogging at Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog since 2011. Diana writes, “My father was in the U.S. Navy. We moved to Virginia Beach, VA when I was very young and I’ve never left.” The purpose of her blog is story...read more
Kylie Willison has been blogging at Kylie’s Genes since 2009. She is from South Australia. She started blogging to share her ancestor’s stories and genealogy tips and resources. She is interested in the following surnames: Willison, Scadden,...read more
We’re happy to welcome Witches of Massachusetts Bay to our membership roll. Robin Mason launched the Witches of Massachusetts Bay blog this January, which, as the blog’s name suggests, is about all things related to the 17th century witch trials. ...read more
Please join us in welcoming Norwegian Genealogy to our membership roll. Liv Birgit Christensen, a native of Norway and professional genealogist launched Norwegian Genealogy this February during the week of RootsTech. She presents workshops,...read more
Join us in welcoming Cammarata Dossier to our membership roll. Florette Camarata started this blog back in 2012. She writes, “Cammarata Dossier explores the adventures of one unique family of Sicilian musical performers. These vignettes wander from...read more