Watch Moises Garza present an overview of how the Mexican Genealogy and WeAreCousins communities got started. He also provides a strong case as to why you should be using social media as a tool for your own genealogy research.
Here is the table of contents for the video and a short description of each.
Intro Dialogue (0:00) = Moises provides an update on Las Villas del Norte and talks about how Las Villas got started. He also provided attendees with information on his background and how he got started in Genealogy.
What You Will Learn (0:00) = A brief overview of the presentation is provided so that everyone can know what to expect out of this presentation.
Where It All Started (0:00) = Moises talks about Miguel Garza and his Facebook page and group. Moises explains that Miguel set the groundwork on how the Mexican Genealogy and WeAreCousins community should be modeled after.
The Mexico State Facebook Project (0:00) = Moises Talks about how the Mexican Facebook State Project got started and how the community started to adopt the groups/
What Are The Benefits of Social Media (0:00) = Moises makes the case as to why social media is a very powerful tool when it comes to genealogy research.
Why You Should be Using Social Media (0:00) = Moises makes the case as to why you should be using Facebook and provides images to prove his point. Images that would not have been discovered without social media.
Become Part of Our Family (0:00) = A link is provided so that you may be able to join the communities.
Overall if you are not using social media, especially Facebook you are missing out.
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