If You Build It, They Will Come: Creating a Website for Your Genealogy Business (Webinars)
Presented by Elizabeth O’Neal on 4 Aug 2020.
If you think your business doesn’t need a website, then think again. Potential clients will most likely do an internet search before choosing a professional genealogist, and if they can’t find your website, they can’t find YOU. Learn how to get your business website up and running quickly and easily.
Elizabeth O’Neal is a professional genealogist who writes, lectures, and consults on a variety of topics. Her passion is using technology and social media to enrich the experience of genealogy research and family history storytelling.
Elizabeth has been researching her own family history for more than thirty years and writing and blogging about genealogy for the past twelve years. A frequent contributor to the Federation of Genealogical Societies' FORUM magazine, Elizabeth writes the regular "Before You Go" column, as well as book and software reviews and featured articles about technology. She is the author of the award-winning family history blog My Descendant’s Ancestors and is a regular contributor to many online genealogy publications.
Professional memberships include the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, and she is an active member of the public speaking club Toastmasters International. Elizabeth currently serves as President of the Second Life Virtual Genealogical Society, 1st Vice President – Programs of the Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society, Vice President of the GeneaBloggers Organization, and coordinator of the NGSQ Study Groups. She is a member of numerous lineage societies, including the Daughters of the American Revolution and the United States Daughters of 1812.