Two Functions of GenealoGee.com: Submit Articles for Others’ Benefit and Read Articles Deemed Helpful
Articles are published at GenealoGee.com by members of the “GenealoGee” community who read a useful article and “Submit” it to the site for others to see. At launch time, the content also comes in through RSS feeds of top-rated genealogy blogs. As articles are submitted, users see them and vote for the stories they like best. Stories with the most votes are moved from “Upcoming News” to “Published News” on the home page.
To read the posts that are popular in the genealogy world, visit the home page to see the stories with the most votes. However, all submitted articles are categorized as well. If you’re looking for Genealogy News, Help for Beginners, Genealogy Blog posts, information about Conferences, or other topics, select your desired Category from the home page to read relevant information.
To find other genealogy enthusiasts and discuss a specific area of interest, visit the Groups page and select your desired topic, or create your own.
Why Build GenealoGee.com
There are thousands of blogs and web sites dedicated to genealogy. The sheer volume can be overwhelming for most people. GenealoGee.com simplifies the process of finding helpful articles. When you visit the site, you can read what you choose: scan the top-ranking articles (as voted on by other genealogy enthusiasts), or read all the current news.
GenealoGee.com also helps readers find blogs with relevant information. At GenealoGee.com, you’ll see a snapshot of each article. To read the full content, link to the story itself. You’ll then be able to navigate through the writer’s own site and see other information they’ve published.
About the Developer, OneGreatFamily.com
OneGreatFamily.com was founded in 1999 by Alan Eaton. The company is focused on providing valuable internet services to all genealogy enthusiasts. The company’s flagship site, www.OneGreatFamily.com, is focused on matching and merging all of the separate family trees created by genealogists into one single unified worldwide family tree. This single family tree removes all duplication while maintaining all differences in conclusions that genealogists draw from the research evidence. Today more than 214,000,000 individuals have been submitted in family trees to OneGreatFamily.com.
The company also publishes AncestorsWaiting.com, an entirely separate web site for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Users of that site can tap into the New FamilySearch database maintained by the
in order to quickly and easily identify ancestors needing temple work. LDS Church
OneGreatFamily.com is privately held, based in
and has approximately 35 employees. Springville, Utah