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Sunday, February 20, 2011

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New! A social networking site just for your blogging community?

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Have you yearned for your OWN little place away from the public social networks where you can interact with your blogging buddies?  Well as we speak, such a place is being prepared for you over at Blog Interact!  Imagine having your own spot where your genealogy buddies can engage with each other on a social network that will be including the popular ways we like to share:
  • chats
  • articles
  • groups
  • instant messaging
  • and much more to come!
"In addition to adding popular “excerpts” that bloggers find useful and decide to submit to Blog Interact, registered users will have the full benefits of the social exchanging of ideas through group creation, photo sharing, instant messaging, and many of the great features you’ll find on sites strictly designed as social media such as Facebook or Myspace. This platform combines these extraordinary features for the use of blog engagement and interaction."  See Social Networking Site for Bloggers Launches, by Bryan P. Hollis

I am impressed with Blog Interact already and will be watching as features are made available.  I have already joined and started a group called Genealogy Research Buddies where we can encourage those who have never researched or blogged to feel comfortable and begin.  As we share our articles, we will inspire others I am sure!  If you want to share as well or start your own public or private group, you will need to register first to join.  Be sure to add me as a friend.  It only takes two minutes.

As an extra incentive to those who you want to encourage to blog, Bryan P. Hollis, writer, editor, and publisher has just announced that Blog Interact is giving away a BRAND NEW blog!

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Blog Interact’s Win A Free Blogsite!

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