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The website has expanded their genealogy resources to include a new blog that gives customers tips on family research.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Genealogy.us.org has expanded their genealogical resources on a new blog, the company shared yesterday. The new blog, located at GenealogyBlog.us.org, includes advice on conducting family and life investigation.
Recent articles on the blog have included online dating, family medical traits, benefits of family history, and more. The genealogy blog will offer much more on the company too like business expansion and customer service hiring opportunities.
The genealogy website is excited to have a team of writers dedicated to just provide tips to their consumers on family history and other relevant topics.
"We're constantly looking to expand genealogy resources for our customers and this is just another step in doing so. We are happy to accept any topic suggestions that clients want to hear about; they can simply email manager(at)genealogy(dot)us(dot)org to share their ideas," said a company representative.
Recently, Genealogy.us.org has been looking to set itself apart from competitors and with this comprehensive blog the company is doing just that. One-on-one advice is rare in the genealogy industry and the company hopes that this personal touch will keep customers coming back for more records.
Genealogy.us.org customer service is open 24/7 both on the online chat and call center. By logging onto the website or calling 1-888-737-6387, customers can connect and an agent almost immediately for help regarding genealogy reports, account information, or to ask for a refund if they are unsatisfied with the website's services. Their agents are available to help clients on weekends and holidays.
Genealogy.us.org allows users to piece together their genealogy history in their own home without venturing off on a never-ending expedition. Easy turn over hidden roots or find out the location of relatives with a simple genealogy report from this easy to use Web resource.
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