DearMYRTLE's More Blogging for Beginners webinar is now available in our webinar archives. Anyone with an interest in blogging will not want to miss this. One of our viewers commented, "I was too intimidated to blog because I didn't understand how to do it. Now because of DearMYRTLE's webinars I am starting a blog today! Thank you for the opportunity to learn." A special thanks to Myrt of DearMYRTLE.com!
Viewing the recording
If you could not make it to the live event, the 1 hour 28 minute recording is now available in our webinar archives. Visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/webinars.asp to watch. The free recording will be available until April 2, 2011.
Special 10% off coupon ends Monday, March 7, 2011
Remember that the 10% off coupon of Blogging expires Monday, March 7, 2011. It is valid for anything in our online store.
Pre-order the webinar-on-CD
Own your own copy of More Blogging for Beginners by purchasing the webinar-on-CD for just $9.95 It includes the recording of the class (1 hour 28 minutes), the complete Q/A session, and the handouts.
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- Blogging for Beginners (1 hour 30 minutes)
- MORE Blogging for Beginners (1 hour 28 minutes)
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- Google for Genealogists (1 hour 28 minutes, includes handouts)
- Sharing Genealogy Electronically (1 hour 49 minutes, includes handouts)
- Chasing Women: Finding Your Female Ancestors (1 hour 21 minutes, includes handouts)
- Blogging for Beginners with DearMYRTLE (1 hour 30 minutes, includes handouts)
- MORE Blogging for Beginners with DearMYRTLE (1 hour 28 minutes, includes handouts)
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Register for our upcoming webinars (free)
- Backing up your genealogy data, with Thomas MacEntee - Wednesday, March 23, 2011
- Building a Research Toolbox, with Thomas MacEntee - Wednesday, April 6, 2011
- Dropbox for Genealogists, with Thomas MacEntee - Thursday, April 21, 2011
- Preserving Family Photographs: 1839 to the Present - Wednesday, May 4, 2011