Long-time readers of this newsletter know that it is private project of mine. It's not part of some publishing empire's stable of publications. It's just Pam and me. I write the articles and do most of the technical, behind-the-scenes work. Pam edits all the articles that I write, converting them to proper grammar with correct punctuation marks. She is also an expert genealogist and a trusted business advisor. Together, she and I pick the topics of new articles.
That's the total staff of this newsletter: just the two of us. There's no budget and no facility to handle outreach and promotions. The newsletter depends on word of mouth advertising to grow. Sometimes I refer to this as "word of mouse" advertising, whereby a reader may send an e-mail to a friend.
That's where you come in. In each issue I try to offer you useful and interesting articles to help you with your genealogy searches, software hardware, and time online. I also offer news about what is happening among genealogy vendors and societies. Can you take just a minute to help me out in return?
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