Have you considered starting your own genealogy blog to share the compelling stories of a family line or of a particular ancestor? This class will focus on the basics behind creating a blog and all you need to know to get started with publishing your selected content online. The interactive element of blogging adds a dynamic element that stand-alone books and regular websites do not offer because readers can post information and stories to add to the content that you share with your audience. Presented by Craig Siulinski.
Craig Siulinski is an experienced educator and writer, as well as an avid researcher and genealogist. He holds a Master of Science degree in Education from Cal State University East Bay, and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Maine. Craig has taught many years as an educator and held leadership positions in coordinating programs and coaching/mentoring teachers. Researching and writing family histories have been among Craig’s passions since 2007. In October 2009, he created his first blog, August Legacy, which he dedicated to his maternal grandfather, Auguste "Gus" Albert, of Westbrook, Maine. Craig started a small business in 2014 called Sharing Legacies with its mission to help other people write, share, and preserve their research and family stories for generations to come.