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From: "Daniela Moneta" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Publishing Online: What Do You Do and Why?
Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 08:03:26 -0700
I loved seeing your pages on WorldConnect. Congratulations on getting
another article published in NEHG.
I am looking for a place to post and describe some of my genealogy
brickwalls and want a place where people can easily find my information.
You have suggested a good place to do it and a good model to follow.
I wanted to check out accessibility of your postings on WorldConnect so I
did a search on Google using these terms: Richard Taylor genealogy Yarmouth.
The WorldConnect postings didn't come up (I only looked at about 7 pages of
results). However, your entries on WeRelate came up as the first two hits
and then one on familypedia.wikia.com. The next was Plymouth Colony Forums
and then an article on Wikipedia about Richard Taylor of Yarmouth but I
didn't see your name associated with it at all or any way to contact you.
I was wondering if your entry in WorldConnect is recent and therefore didn't
come up on the first pages of Google since it hadn't had many hits yet.
Also, when people contact you, do they say where they found you?
We might want to consider how people find us when we post information about
our research. Do you have any thoughts about this? Or, perhaps we don't want
the world to find us that easily if they have nothing to share and just want
information without doing the work themselves.
I would be interested in hearing your experience with WeRelate.
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