Genealogy Girl Talks offers you tips, tricks, and advice on your genealogy and family history journey. Join us for a variety of topics related to your research! Genealogy Girl strongly believes that connecting with family is a key ingredient to your research and in her 20+ years of researching she has many stories to share from her journey.
GGT04: Using Pinterest for your Family History (GGT Podcast Episode 04)
This podcast episode of the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast is a relaunch of a previously recorded episode. The audio is a little different than the current episodes. Are you using Pinterest for your Family History and Genealogy? Pinterest is an amazing tool for the Family Historian. Three specific benefits of using Pinterest for your Family History mentioned in this episode are: (1) Pinterest gives you a place to organize your information. (2) Pinterest allows you to connect with family members. (3) Pinterest allows you to organize and save pictures and documents you find online by creating a link to these items. ANNOUNCEMENTS from today's episode: 1. Join the Genealogy Photo A Day Challenge over on Instagram. Visit http://instagram.com/genealogyphoto 2. Coming February 2017 is the Genealogy Girl Talks Family History PINTEREST Challenge! You can find more information here: http://GenealogyGirlTalks.com/familyhistorypinterestchallenge You can listen to this Podcast episode in your browser below:
GGT 010: 5 Ways to Use Instagram for Your Family History & My Favorite App
In this episode of the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast I discuss 5 Ways to use Instagram for your Family History, my favorite app to add text to pictures, a Quick Genealogy Tip, and an Instagram Tip. This episode also features a Blogger Showcase where I feature a Genealogy & Family History blogger. BLOGGER SHOWCASE:On this episode I feature Owain Couch from TheGenealogyGuide.comYou can find him at the following: Website | Facebook | Twitter Click HERE to have your Genealogy/Family History blog and/or website featured on the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast! Connect with Melissa | Genealogy Girl Talks on Twitter | Instagram | Website Don't forget to join the #GenealogyPhotoADay Challenge on Instagram! You can listen online at the link below: Listen online HERE!
GGT 009: No Anchor For Me - Monetize Your Blog - Genealogy Blogger Showcase
On this episode of the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast I'm dusting off the podcast and reviving it! Let's do this! Join me as I discuss why I switched my podcast to Anchor and then back again, 3 ways to monetize your blog, one of my favorite research websites, a Quick Genealogy Tip, an Instagram Tip, and a Blogger Showcase! You don't want to miss this episode! BLOGGER SHOWCASE:On this episode I feature Angela Rodesky from http://ARodeskyGenealogy.comYou can find her at the following:Website | YouTube | FaceBook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest Click HERE to have your Genealogy/Family History blog featured on the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast! You can now listen online at the link below: Click here to listen online Connect with Melissa | Genealogy Girl Talks on Twitter | Instagram | Website Don't forget to join the #GenealogyPhotoADay challenge on Instagram!
GGT 008 - The New Pinterest Message Service for Family History & Genealogy
On this episode of Genealogy Girl Talks, I share with you a new service provided by Pinterest! I am thrilled with this new service and share tips, tricks, and advice on how you can use Pinterest's new Messaging feature for your own family history and genealogy. Click here for the blog post related to this Podcast Episode. Click below to listen: Let me know below how you plan to use Pinterest's new Messaging feature for your family history and genealogy?
GGT 007 - The All New Audio Blog | Genealogy | Family History
Welcome to the first episode of The Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast's all new format! We are pleased to announce the arrival of our Audio Blog (insert cheers and clapping here). In this episode you will learn what an audio blog is and how we intend to use it here at GenealogyGirlTalks.com Thank you for listening to this episode. Let us know what you think of the new format. Head over to genealogygirltalks.com (or click here). We look forward to hearing from you! To see the blog post related to this episode, click here.
GGT 006 Using Pinterest for Genealogy & Family History
Welcome to this episode of Genealogy Girl Talks. My name is Melissa from genealogygirltalks.com and I am here to teach you how to get started in your own family history and genealogy. I offer tips, tricks, and advice that I've learned on this 20+ year journey and I am delighted that you are joining me. On this episode of Genealogy Girl Talks I would like to share with you some tips, tricks, and ideas on using Pinterest for your family history and genealogy. Have you ever considered using Pinterest for your family genealogy and family history research? I started using Pinterest a little while ago and I absolutely love it! Its a great way for me to organize family photographs, documents, and other interesting bits of information that I've found around the internet. PLUS, as an added bonus, the link to the document, family photograph, biography, cemetery, and all that information is provided once you pin it and you can easily share that with family and friends. Want to learn more about Pinterest for you family genealogy and family history research? Are you interested in using Pinterest to build your family tree? In this episode I will cover the benefits of using Pinterest for Genealogy, creative ways I have seen other people use Pinterest for their family research, and advice on using a template for those documents and images you do not personally own (copyright information). Click below to listen to this episode of Genealogy Girl Talks or you can subscribe to us in iTunes. Thank you for listening to this episode of Genealogy Girl Talks. If you would like to show your appreciation for these podcast episodes, head over to genealogygirltalks.com and buy me a cup of coffee, check out the Genealogy Girl Talks Shop for genealogy themed apparel and gift items, and sign up for our newsletter. Thank you and keep shaking your family tree!