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ResearchTies at RootsTech 2014

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February 6-8, 2014

Salt Lake City, UT

ResearchTies is excited to be participating in the popular RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City next February. You will find us in the large and lively vendor hall where we will be giving short presentations and answering questions. We will also hold a 50-minute session during the conference titled, “Digitally Organize Research and Note Files with ResearchTies”, where attendees will learn best practices, tips and tricks. Jill Crandell, creator of ResearchTies, will also be a panelist in the discussion, “Game-Changing Trends in Simplifying Research Tools for the Masses.” We look forward to seeing you there! 

Expo Hall

Booth #204

Class Session

“Digitally Organize Research and Note Files with ResearchTies”

Panel Discussion: Gordon Clarke, Moderator

“Game-Changing Trends in Simplifying Research Tools for the Masses”

ABSTRACT: New development opportunities in research assistance, research logs, descendancy analytics, and new visualizations that make research easier.

ResearchTies at Conferences

Jill Crandell giving demos at ResearchTies booth

Jill Crandell giving demos at ResearchTies booth

ResearchTies has had a busy summer! Throughout July and August we participated as vendors at several genealogy conferences across the country.  From July 30-August 2, ResearchTies attend the BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy in Provo, Utah. With over 700 people in attendance, we loved visiting with many of you who came and saw us at our booth. One lucky winner even received a free year subscription! Throughout the conference, ResearchTies owner and creator, Jill Crandell gave hands-on demos and live classes highlighting the many features of the program. One of the questions we received was how to get more training to use ResearchTies effectively. This gave us an opportunity to point out our online tutorials. These can be found at our Learning Center. (Stay tuned for our video tutorials!)

Between August 22-24, ResearchTies participated in the Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana. With over 2000 genealogy enthusiasts attending, we enjoyed sharing ResearchTies with many new individuals. We also loved visiting one-on-one with many of you and sharing more details of the product. Many of you went home eager to tell your friends. ResearchTies is currently offering every subscriber the opportunity to extend their subscription. Every time you tell a friend about ResearchTies and they subscribe, we will add three months to your subscription. Just have your friends email us and let us know that you recommended them. 

Lots of hopeful winners!

Lots of hopeful entries!

During the conference, we had many people enter our drawing. Congratulations to our two lucky winners who won a free subscription to ResearchTies!  But, do not worry if you were not one of them. We have a 2-Week Free Trial availableJust click on the “Free Trial button” at the top of our homepage, and you’ll be on your way to better organization. Thank you again to all of those who visited us at our vendor booths. We look forward to communicating with you further and sharing the joy of organized research. Stay tuned for webinars and video tutorials coming soon!  Visit our website and  social sites to learn more.

Thanks to the RootsTech attendees

To all of you who we talked to this week, thank you for your enthusiastic response to ResearchTies! We are gratified by your interest and will continue to work to provide you with a quality product. If you have questions as you begin using ResearchTies, be sure to view the tutorials in the Learning Center, read the blog, and/or email us so we can help you get started. We will be posting more information as quickly as we can. Thanks for your support!

We are ready for RootsTech!

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The ResearchTies team will be attending RootsTech this week, 21-23 March. We will be giving live demonstrations in the exhibit hall, and a full-hour class will be held on Friday (22nd) at 9:45 am, immediately following the keynote address. Come sign up for a 14-day free trial of ResearchTies and learn how an online research log will assist you in planning your family history research and tracking your documents. Many of you have followed us since RootsTech last year. It has been a long year of programming, and we appreciate your patience. We hope you will decide it was worth the wait!