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  2. Hi,

    I'm Suzlie and I volunteer at ObituariesHelp.org. I visited Experivida online I’m wondering if I can contribute some content to your website (http://www.experivida.com/) about “How To Start Your Own Family Tree." What do you think? Let me know if you like the idea or if you have a better suggestion.

    If not, would you consider sharing my advice page that lists several free templates and way to create a family tree with your visitors? (http://obituarieshelp.org/free_printable_blank_family_tree.html) The page has been endorsed by several institutions like Brigham Young University, Auburn University and Cyndi’s List and I think this would be helpful to anyone that is starting the task of researching their own family.

    I’m proud to say the website receives over 400K visitors per month and helps a lot of children and adults with the first steps of creating a family tree.

    Please let me know your thoughts and if you’re able to add me as a resource, please share the URL with me so that I can look at it.

    Thanks,

    Suzie Kolber
    suzie_kolber@obituarieshelp.org

    P.S. I'm creating a new genealogy resource section for the website and I'd love to know if it's possible to interview you and list your site within the section? This is probably something that launches within 6 months.

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  3. Hi there,
    I came across your review of 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' campaign on Kickstarter, as a backer.
    I am currently in the middle a similar campaign there too for a children's book: Sam & the Adventure. The story is based on a mural I painted many years ago, for my son and the internal illustrations incorporate re-cycling as part of their creation.
    For more info: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/alisondaydesigns/sam-and-the-adventure

    Kind regards,
    Alison Day

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