02 March 2010

Free Webinar: How to Get the Most out of a Genealogy Conference

Join us on Saturday, March 27, 2010, for a free webinar conducted by one of genealogy’s favorite speakers and a featured Jamboree presenter, George G. Morgan of The Genealogy Guys Podcast.

"How to Get the Most out of a Genealogy Conference" is perfect for those who are planning to attend their first genealogical conference, whether it’s the Genealogy Jamboree, NGS, FGS, or any other large event. Even those who have attended several conferences will pick up some new ideas.

George will walk you through all the steps for maximizing your conference experience. These include:

• registering for the conference;
• planning your conference schedule;
• planning your attack on the exhibit hall (including doing some preliminary research on exhibitor company websites and putting together a shopping list);
• encouraging your cousins to attend, too;
• making travel arrangements;
• using the syllabus;
• and more!

He'll have lots of suggestions for onsite at the conference, including meeting other attendees, how to get one-on-one time with your favorite speakers, and how to work the vendors in the exhibit hall to gather new information. George will cover all this and more.

George has more than 25 years of training experience, has attended and spoken at hundreds of events, and has planned the programs for two of the Federation of Genealogical Societies national conferences. No one knows genealogy conferences like George!

The original broadcast of the webinar on March 27 is limited to 100 attendees. But don’t fret if you aren’t one of the lucky 100. The program will be available for viewing anytime after April 1, 2010, at www.scgsgenealogy.com.

Don’t miss this great webinar!

The session is open to the public, and space is limited.
Reserve your place now at:


Kathryn Doyle said...

What a wonderful opportunity for the genealogy community. I attended this presentation when George did "How to Get the Most Out of This Conference" at the 2008 Jamboree. Great talk, great idea!

Elizabeth O'Neal said...

I've been to Jamboree several times already, but I signed up anyway. You can always learn something new!