To comply with FCC regulations regarding bloggers, and because I believe in honesty and transparency in blogging, I give you my disclosures:
This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me, Liz Hall Morgan. For questions about this blog, please contact me at hallroots **at** sbcglobal **dot** com.
I have not been paid or otherwise compensated for any mention of anything I write about on my blog. I have (very) occasionally been given free or discounted products or services or inexpensive logo-branded promotional items ("logoware") when attending a genealogy conference, in hopes of, perhaps, but without any explicit request from the companies involved, for any mention in my blog in return. Those I happen to have mentioned in a blog post or as a resource are listed below:
Ancestry.com - free logoware
FamilySearch - free logoware
Legacy Family Tree - free software and tutorials
RootsMagic - free software
If I do happen to review or recommend a product or service from a company that has given me said items, I'll tell you about it in the same blog post and/or refer you to a list of those items/companies on this page. Then you can judge for yourself whether my opinion might have been swayed by a freebie or discount, and the FCC doesn't fine me, either, which is OK by me.
I will always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences with services and products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.
I do write and edit for payment in my non-genealogy life, but at this time I do not work for any genealogy-related companies or publications. If that changes in the future, I will certainly update this page.
This blog does not contain any content which I believe might present a conflict of interest. I will revise this disclaimer if any information contained within changes in the future. Meanwhile, consider this info to be current as of May 21, 2011. Thanks for reading!