Wednesday, 25 August 2010

New website for Your Family Tree magazine

I'm been a regular contributor to Future Publications' Your Family Tree magazine (styled as Your Family History overseas) for a few years now, so more than delighted to share news that the magazine has substantially revamped its online website which has now gone live today.




Here's the news from the head yin himself, Tom Dennis:

Whether you’re a seasoned genealogist or coming to family history for the first time, you’ll find a wealth of research tools, tips and resources to help make your search as productive and rewarding as possible at the all-new www.yourfamilytreemag.co.uk.

As well as news, events and opinion the new Getting Started section is packed with a range of explanations, tips and techniques for taking the first steps in tracing your family tree.

Within the Research Tips page we’ll bring you advice and ideas for taking your research further – whether it’s how to unearth a story about an ancestor, or how to overcome common brick walls.

We’ve been working incredibly hard to bring you this exciting new online facility, which is intended to act as a central hub for all of your family history needs – but please do keep in contact with us, either through the new comments facility at the foot of each post, or through our Meet the Team page. We’d love to hear your feedback and ideas on how to make this website, and the magazine, even better!

Thanks, and happy researching!

Tom Dennis, Editor

The magazine's forum is one of the most dynamic in the UK (it's up there with Rootschat and ScotFamTree in my book!) and readers and staff regularly interact with each other using it. If you are looking advice on all matters genealogical, pop along - you never know, your story might even be spotted as good article material! The new site also has past case study examples, latest genealogical news, a new blog and more. Register on the site for free and you can join in the fun at the forum and also make comments on posts.

Chris


www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk
Professional genealogical problem solving and research
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Researching Scottish Family History (New book)

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