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Revenue and the many hats of a genealogy professional

Recently I wrote about how to project your revenue for 2015. The example I used was a bit simplistic. It only included one source of revenue – client research. In reality most genealogy professional wear many hats. We are client researchers, speakers, writers, editors, authors, bloggers and much more. How do we project our revenue…

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TGP 36 – Harold Henderson on Writing

Featured Guest Harold Henderson, CG Harold Henderson,CG(sm) has been a professional writer since 1979, a professional genealogist since 2009, and a board-certified genealogist since June 2012. He lives and works in northwest Indiana and at midwestroots.net, with a focus on northern Indiana, southwestern Michigan, and northeastern Illinois (plus feeder states including Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New…

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TGP 35 – Pat Richley-Erickson aka Dear Myrtle

Featured Guest Pat Richley-Erickson aka Dear Myrtle DearMYRTLE is the nom de plume of Pat Richley-Erickson, author of the award-winning DearMYRTLE Genealogy Blog, consistently among the top 5 family history blogs internationally, where her focus is on beginning genealogy topics. A speaker at regional and national conferences including several livestreamed videocasts at RootsTech2011, 2012 and…

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TGP 34 – Ursula Krause of Rootseekers

Featured Guest Ursula Krause Raised in the tradition of story telling, a custom which has been cultivated in her family for centuries, Ursula Krause began to become interested in the history of her ancestors as a child. Influenced by the emigration of her great-great-great-grandfather and her own long stays in the USA and Sweden, she…