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How to structure your blog content

Discover how to structure your blog content using ‘categories’ and ‘tags’. Paul Carter explains how – just follow his simple step-by-step advice


Techy tips for family historians

Once the blogging bug bites, you’ll feel inspired to write new posts (articles) about your research progress. Blog content differs from traditional printed books and journals in that it tends to evolve without a grand plan, be organic and travel down different paths, wherever your interests take you. That’s the beauty of blogging; remember you are the writer, editor and publisher all rolled into one, so you are in charge of that content.

Conversely a printed publication will have a plan, a distinct set of posts, all providing structure with a nicely indexed contents page. That publication window is finite, between the time the posts are started and the moment it is completed and published.

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It’s time to dig for victory, see what clues your delving can unearth! Turn the clock back to 1939 with our special issue and discover your family’s story. This month we’re commemorating the 80th anniversary of the start of World War 2, and are researching and celebrating our ancestors’ lives from the time. To help you trace your family tree we’ve got: a packed guide to the essential family history records all you need to know about researching family in Second World War and first half of the 20th century and a bumper crop of tips to help you create your own family history home archive – filled with carefully stored photos, stories, notes and treasures. Beginner or expert, there’s plenty to discover and do as your learn more about your family’s story. Enjoy!