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    Are You Blogging with the Genealogy Blogger’s Almanac?

    Last month, The Family Curator launched The Genealogy and Family History Blogger’s Almanac, a seasonal calendar of blog prompts and ideas for the month of November. Are you a blogger who downloaded the premier November Edition of The Blogger’s Alamanac? If so, how are you using the writing ideas?

    As the days move towards the hectic holiday season, many bloggers find a special need for an editorial calendar in planning and scheduling articles. The Blogger’s Almanac aims to spark your imagination with new ideas and suggest seasonal topics you can write about before the busy holidays arrive.

    I hope you have found it useful, and that the seasonal prompts have helped you with article ideas or with scheduling blog posts ahead of time. Please leave a comment and share how you are using the ideas in The Blogger’s Almanac, or take a few minutes to respond to a brief survey.

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