Launching Effort to Help People Build Their Family Tree

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Series of articles will teach people tips and tricks about genealogical research.

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The guide was put together with genealogical experts. is set to release an education program that will teach beginners the best ways to build their family trees, the company announced yesterday.

“Most people use our site because they want to build their family tree,” an spokesman said. “We understand that. But there is more to building a family tree than simply looking up death records. We understand that too. So, it makes sense for us to help our customers out and teach them the most effective genealogical techniques. That's what we are trying to do here.”

There will be no additional charges for the educational material, he said.

“We are going to publish the articles on our site, push them out through our social media channels, and release them on our blog,” he said. “This is information that anyone who wants to build a family tree can use, even if they are not one of our members. We are doing this to help people, not to make a profit.”

The guide was put together with genealogical experts, he said.

“It will teach people the most effective genealogical techniques available,” he said. “We hope this leads to people creating more accurate family trees more quickly – so that they can share them with their children.”

The articles will be uploaded over a series of weeks in order to give people time to understand each module before moving onto the next one, he said.

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