My mission is to become more organised in my research into my family history. I have been harvesting tips from the experts, the family history magazines, and fellow enthusiastic genealogists who abound in social media groups. Where do you go for your research networking? Leave a Comment below. I would love to hear from you.
Each time I network with, meet, exchange ideas with or just listen to what they have to say; I come away with more lessons learned, new techniques and new tools. I continue to publish my Essential Genealogist podcasts, and this week I have interviewed a new Genealogy friend from the UK, Emma Cox. Emma and I have much in common, especially our focus on helping others with their genealogy research.
Here’s a 4 minute clip from that interview! You can listen to the whole episode by clicking on the player below. Emma and I have reciprocal podcast promotions – here’s where you’ll find Emma’s post.
Episode 16: Genealogy Research with Emma Cox
Emma Cox from the Journeys into Genealogy Podcast joins me in this episode to unpack a few of her favourite strategies for organising genealogy research. Featured in Emma’s strategies is Evernote, a wonderful free tool for organising just about anything. Come and listen to Emma as she unpacks the benefits and joys of using Evernote for organising her genealogy research. Emma Cox
I am looking forward to being interviewed by Emma on August 12 in Journeys into Genealogy Podcast
My free courses on Genealogy Story Writing are available in my CoachCaroleOnline Academy
My next course, available in August 2021, may feature a special guest video tutorial from Emma Cox on How to Use Evernote for Genealogy Research. Stay tuned! Pre-Order by clicking the link below.