Another Genealogy Research Deal

I talked to one of the folks at Footnote today asking if they had any good ‘deals’. It seems that I found the right person in the right situation because […]

I talked to one of the folks at Footnote today asking if they had any good ‘deals’. It seems that I found the right person in the right situation because he gave me a short duration annual subscription ‘deal’ to Footnote.com for my blog readers. The offer only lasts through Sunday, November 18th, so if you have any friends or family who are interested, pass the info on to them. They might as well take advantage of it while it is available.

Hmmmm… It just thought about it making a great Christmas gift if you have a family member who is also into family history and history related research. It is that time of the year to be thinking of gifts and my mind tends to dwell on family history ‘stuff’.

Click on this link for a 17% savings on the year subscription. If the page doesn’t immediately show the discount, just click on the refresh button on your browser and it should show up.

The price break is great and because it involves an annual subscription. I suspect we will see a lot of additional content on the site over the next year which increases the value of the ‘deal’.

I’ve pointed you to Footnote pages fairly often in recent postings because I’m using the site and am enjoying the unique materials and views it offers into the world of family history and other historical documents.

If you sign up, be sure to spotlight some images and write story pages about your ancestors or any other ‘historical’ event that you have information about. Here’s a link to a story page that I wrote recently.

Disclaimer: I work for the parent company of Footnote, but don’t get anything from anyone for mentioning this ‘deal’ in my blog. It is simply a ‘deal’ that came from my unsolicited request to Footnote that I’m sharing with other researchers.

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