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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Toolbar nears 1,000 Downloads! Win A Prize!


Howdy howdy howdy!!! Oh my gosh I've been so busy lately, and neglecting my dear blog, so here is a long overdue post - and you can win something from it too! I was adding a few sites to the Internet Genealogy browser toolbar this morning and happened to check the stats on it - 981 downloads! Wow!

I'm pretty sure that most people using it like it, but I dont often hear back, just from a few. So what I thought I'd do, is since its so close to a landmark ONE THOUSAND downloads, Im going to make this offer... I'm going to ask you to tell your friends about the toolbar - send them the link to the download, and ADD A COMMENT to this blog post including your favorite feature or website on the toolbar, and be sure to include your name! As soon as the toolbar reaches 1,000 downloads (and thats only 19 more, so really soon...) I will draw a random name from the blog comments (even overseas!) who will win a free copy of RootsMagic 4 Genealogy and Family Tree Software! This is a really great program for organizing your family history records. If you already have a copy, share it with another family member to help them get started working on genealogy research with you.. And share the toolbar with them, too!!! http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com

p.s. - your comment won't show up right away ... helps stop spamming, so don't panic, it will be there soon!

5 comments:

Malina said...

I love that I can click thru the states. It makes finding state resources super easy!

Anonymous said...

I love this blog and I use it often. A friend of mine who is helping me in my search for info on my grandparents will be excited to get this new resource(and it is a good one!!)
Keep up the good work. I appreciate having it all in one place-easy to access and use.

coachmaryg said...

I left an anonymous comment earlier not meaning to, so I'm going to try it again. Your site is thorough and very user-friendly. I am passing it on to a friend who has been helping me research my grandparents who resided in Trumbull County, Ohio. the toolbar is valuable in that it is a link to many like-minded people. I appreciate all of your hard work.

Rick Archer said...

I like the unit conversion for working out between metric and imperial measurement. Also the Free sites ands paid sites details gives me an idea of the best places to do searches. Great job this toolbar, even for an aussie to use.

hummer said...

I am glad to have the toolbar. It has some great short cuts. Thank you for doing the work it has taken.
Fran