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How do you get others involved?

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How do you get others involved?

Posted: 29 Jan 2002 6:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Mar 2003 3:43PM GMT
I started writing and publishing a PA Flores family newsletter, Floriculture, in January of 2000. I prepared six monthly issues and sent them by mail and e-mail to the relatives on record at our MyFamily site and other listings. In the newsletter I asked for contributions, suggestions, new information, but got zero response. All it became was a report on my research on the origins of the family and discoveries of descendents of the first immigrants who arrived in Phila. in 1739. It was a lot of work with no feedback, so I decided to just prepare an e-mail version and post it on the MyFamily site. Are all family newsletters a one-person show, or is there some effective way to get contributions and responses? In other words, how do you get others involved?
Ronald Flores
Conrad Flores(c1690-1764)> Michael FLORES (c1714-1773) > Johann Michael (1757-1799) > Salomon (1788-1869) > Reuben (1822-1884) > Thomas Jefferson (1851-1916) > William Franklin (1889-1960) > Charles Richard >1914-1989) > Ronald Charles (1940-).

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