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MILLIS – With library Director Alex Lent at the helm, evolution is more than just a theory at the Millis Public Library these days.While books and
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What wonderful ideas, love the idea of the fancy cake pans as well as the telescope..
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New Blog Post - Ancestors Please! How to ask for help online.
Do you remember in the old days when we had to ask for help about an ancestor by submitting a written query to a publication like Everton's Genealogical Helper? The other direct way was to write to people who had...
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Google's Reverse Image Search tool will help you find photography copyright violations. Search for unauthorized use of your images and get them taken down.
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It seems logical that if you "like" a Facebook page that you want to see posts from it, right? Well, Facebook has had other ideas. Finally Facebook is offering a new option that will allow you to see page updates in your Newsfeed. I show you how to find this new feature in this 90 second video.
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Thanks Monique! That's good to know. I haven't hit the limit yet.
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Surprising facts about the man who wrote some of the country's most beloved children's books, whose posthumous book "What Pet Should I Get?" comes out next week.
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My ex-husband had never seen a Dr. Seuss book, and when we had our first Christmas together, I bought Horton Hatches an Egg for him as a present, and read it to him.  He loved it.  Our 4 kids and 6 grandkids have most of his books - so much fun to read out loud!
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Have you ever used the tagging feature in LinkedIn? It's a great way to keep your contacts organized. This 3 minute video I've created will show you how to do it.
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Question about elevator pitches. Should my elevator pitch be geared toward what I identify as, my target consumer, or the target employer? For instance I see myself primarily as a content producer (someone who creates blogs, videos, podcasts etc), while my consumers see me a genealogist or historical researcher but the people who hire me do so for my social media skills. What do you think?

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Interesting question, Marian,
Hmm. A bit of a quandry. You need your audience/content receivers to know about your "product" and to want more of it. And even to express this desire to the target employers. "We want Marian! When is Marian coming back? Next blog, broadcast, etc." At the same time you can't just depend on word of mouth to convince the target employers that they really need your skills, the audience you can bring to their site, program, product.IMHO, it seems you may need two elevator pitches depending on who is in the elevator with you. But that isn't the answer you are wanting. So I suggest that you first develope the elevator pitch that takes you in the direction that you are excited, passionate about developing.
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New blog post - 4 Ways to Research in a Cemetery
Genealogists love cemeteries! Cemeteries can be critical for finding information related to the births and deaths of our ancestors. When there is a lack of records sometimes the only information we have will be on a gravestone. In this article...
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House Historian - Genealogist - Podcaster. General interests - old houses, writing, history, photography, travel, wine, locally grown.
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Host of Fieldstone Common, a podcast dedicated to sharing the passion for Northeastern history. Also host of The Genealogy Professional podcast where transitional and professional genealogists get tips from other genealogists about improving their business.

The rest of the time I dive deep into social media and content marketing with a strong focus on new media.



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Geniaus: Google +1 Button
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Have you noticed the +1 button at the bottom of posts on the genealogy blogs you read? Do you have a Google Account? Many bloggers have this

Legacy Family Tree Software
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Helping you find, organize, and share your family tree

My Ain Folk
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Professional Scottish Family History Research

Holbrook-Blakeslee House (c. 1712) | A Preservationist's Technical Notebook
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The Holbrook-Blakeslee House, located at 54 Elm Street in Ansonia, Connecticut, is an interesting old home with a direct connection to the M

Ancestry.com
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Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online resource for family history

The Official Site of Town of Millis, MA
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Welcome to the Official Website of Town of Millis, MA. This page redirects you to our home page.

FamilySearch Indexing
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Help provide open access to the world's records!

First Blog Post
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Many of my genealogy colleagues have created their own blogs & I have found many of them interesting and informative. When I was young,