Services

GenealogyMedia.com provides the following services:

  • Genealogical research conforming to the ethical standards of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), and standards of research and evidence recommended by the APG and the National Genealogical Society (NGS). If you would like, we can post the results of this research on this or other websites.For more information on our web hosting service, see Websites.
  • Web design and hosting for robust personal, society, and non-profit genealogical websites.Our clients can have us host their genealogy database on our site. They receive a personalized and password-protected website with an address such as http://www.genealogymedia.com/clients/client-surname.client-givenname/ Alternately, we can post your genealogy website on any server to which you can provide us access. We can even help you register a private domain name, and post the results of your research, or the research we have done for you, at that site.

    The following Sample Site listing links to a sample database developed and shared on the web. Just like yours would be, this sample is password-protected.

    To log in, click the Sample Site link below and use the following login credentials:

    • Sample Site (under construction, to be posted by 31 May 2014)
    • username: demodemo
    • password: Test1

    This is one of several options for a website to share your genealogical data. I will work with you to tailor your website to your particular needs and desires.

  • Archiving of multimedia. Whether you have video (film, videotape, DVDs, digital video tape), audio (reel-to-reel, cassette, MiniDisc, DAT, CDs, MP3s), still images (photos, negatives, daguerrotypes, digital images), or documents, we can preserve, display, store, and help you share these treasures. We provide a full suite of archival quality restoration and digital video transfer services.
  • Genealogical lecturing and teaching. I have given genealogical talks at the National Genealogical Society Family History Conference and elsewhere.
    For more information, see Talks.

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