Genealogy Societies ~ FamilySearch Wiki

Does your genealogy society have a page on the FamiliySearch Wki?  If not, it should.  Not only does the wiki provide the hosting of the page, the page itself is located on one of the busiest topic specific sites in existence.

If you belonged to the “Brickwall Society” for example (a fictitious organization), their page on the wiki would look like this example page:


The page continues with listings about the publications, services, benefits and resources available through the society.

Your society needs a page like this on the wiki.

How do you create a page on the wiki?  It is easy.  Read the Map/Society Page Project article on the wiki.  It will will walk you through the simple steps.






If you are one of the leaders in a genealogy society, take advantage of this opportunity.  What a wonderful resource.

Copyright (c) Lee Drew 2012-05-12 08:00:00
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