A free webinar has been announced by Legacy Family Tree on Monday, August 15, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. ET. I’ve attended these webinars in the past and have always learned something. I’ve signed up to attend and decided to pass the following notice along to the readers of SpittalStreet:

Google+ the Next Big Thing
free webinar provided by Legacy Family Tree
Monday August 15th 2:00PM (ET)

Join these three leaders in Google technology as they get together to put on what we think will be one of the best webinars ever. Learn about Circles, Hangouts, Streams, Sparks and more.

Paul Allen,
the Founder of FamilyLink.com and Ancestry.com has quickly become known as the unofficial Google+ Statistician. His expert use of posting in Google+ features, stats and using his own insider tricks have helped to make a huge impact on the initial success of Google+. Those who are part of Paul’s Circles have already benefited from his expertise. Paul’s fame has quickly grown and he currently has more than 22,000 followers on Google+.

Dan Lynch,
a.k.a. “Mr. Google” is a technology marketing consultant, professional genealogist, and popular international speaker. One of the first to recognize Google’s strengths for family history research, Dan authored the award-winning book “Google Your Family Tree, and is already helping the genealogical community understand the benefit of Google+ (see his blog at http://GooglePlusforGenealogists.com).

Mark Olsen,
is the Marketing Manager for FamilyLink.com and holds a degree in genealogy. Mark is another famous name on Google+ as he is currently hosting the longest ever Google Hangout, nearly one month of a continual hangout. Mark is one of the leading experts on Google+ Hangouts and has been learning how to better connect families and genealogists around the world. His current Hangout has been receiving a lot of positive press and has had visits from many well-known industry leaders.

We’ll also be giving away fantastic door prizes:
5 one-year subscriptions to WorldVitalRecords.com, Dan Lynch’s Google Your Family Tree book, and Thomas MacEntee’s webinar CDs: Google for Genealogists, Google Docs for Genealogists, and Google Forms for Genealogists.

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