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2011 Arizona Family History Expo Blogger Re-Cap

* Once again, our 2011 Arizona Family History Expo was a great success! Thank you to all the attendees, speakers, exhibitors, bloggers and friends who helped us start the year right. Several bloggers covered the Expo on their blogs. We’ve collected their posts in one place so you can read all about it: * Bloggers of Honor * Myrt of DearMYRTLE’s Genealogy Blog Mesa Family History Expo 2011 * James Tanner of the Genealogy’s Star blog Live from the Family History Expo in Arizona More... Read More →

Meet the 2011 St. George Family History Expo Bloggers of Honor

* We are pleased to announce the Bloggers of Honor for the St. George Family History Expo, February 25-26, 2011. * Our Bloggers of Honor provide information and updates about the Expo to members of the genealogy community. They help us make each Expo a virtual event by sharing on Twitter, Facebook and blogs about the sessions, Expo news, exhibitors and more. * A.C. Ivory of Find My Ancestor The Ancestry Insider of the Ancestry Insider blog Jean Wilcox Hibben of Circlemending Leslie Albrecht Huber... Read More →

January 2011 Family History Expos Newsletter

Cheers! Happy New Year! 2011 is the beginning of many new and fantastic opportunities for each of us. This year Family History Expos launches our totally new website. Watch for it to launch as we return from the Arizona Family History Expo. The new website will increase the information available to you on each event, our products, and new classified advertising services. We are always looking for new and innovative ways to serve you and assist in your educational process. This year our monthly... Read More →

Handling and Healing the Skeletons in Your Genealogical Closet: Lessons from an expert in utilizing human tragedy to create family triumph!

Those of you who have met me or read my blogs understand my passion for families, including bridging the gap between ourselves and our ancestors.  That passion extends to healing our modern day families and the legacies left behind by others, whether noble or ignoble. I’m excited to announce that my dear friend and nationally renowned speaker Bridget Cook will be our keynote speaker during our Family History Expo Friday night dinner in Mesa this weekend, the 21st.  Not only will there... Read More →

PepsiCo and Tostitos Reconnect Families and Friends

Holly Hansen and Bonin Bough, BlogWorld 2010 * I’m so excited and thrilled to see PepsiCo and their Tostitos brand go social with a new fun tool, “Tostitos Reunite America.” One reason is that I’m all about families, family reunions, and big events! At the BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2010 in Las Vegas I had the opportunity to meet some really great and interesting bloggers. Bonin Bough, Global Director of Digital and Social Media at PepsiCo., was one that I took time to chat... Read More →

Weekly Tip: Advice on Organizing Your Genealogy Research

By Gena Philibert Ortega There are many different ways to organize your genealogy research. My theory of organizing is this: the organizing system that works is the one you will actually use day after day, month after month. So here are some online genealogists who have great ideas about organizing, one of which should work for you. Kimberly Powell of provides organizing tips and tricks that include paper files, digital files and even your website bookmarks. In a Pile or a File is an online... Read More →

Family History Expos a RootsTech Sponsor

As a RootsTech Official Blogger I am excited to announce that Family History Expos is one of the sponsors for this unprecedented event. Come join us for three full days of technologists, genealogists, and family historians discovering exciting new techy research tools and the latest development techniques from industry leaders and pioneers. The RootsTech conference should prove to be a totally different experience than what you get at our Expos. We don’t want to miss a thing! Keynote... Read More →