Archive for December, 2010

Happy New Year

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

2010 was a wonderful year. Thank you for allowing us to help you find people and get the facts you need to make informed decisions.

In the coming year we will provide you with even more. More options, more services and more features. Watch for our upcoming blog entry about 11 ways PeopleFinders can improve your life in 2011.

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Our Favorite Stories From 2010

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

It’s been a tumultuous year. Sometimes it seems like there is nothing but bad news everywhere you look. We’ve all faced so many difficult moments.

2010 also had plenty of highlights. We saw positive stories full of joy and hope. Inspiring tales that made us smile. Here are some of our favorite moments from the year.

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Discovering Roots Day

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Roots Day happens every December 23. It’s a day when everyone is encouraged to learn more about their ancestors.

Genealogy is the study of us. When we understand the people who came before us, we discover more about who we are today. The quest to unveil our past has become more than a hobby. It has become a passion.

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Elvis may have said it best. The soulful crooner lamented that he would have a blue Christmas without you. Okay, maybe he wasn’t talking about you in particular. Point is, even Elvis needed his loved ones around to be merry.

Are you missing anyone this holiday season?

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Remembering Pearl Harbor Day

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

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What Does The Web Say About You?

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

Ever wonder what information is available about you online? Have you tried to find out?

People do it all the time. We enter our names into Google or another search engine just to see what comes up. Sometimes we find ourselves, and sometimes we get hundreds of links that have nothing to do with us. A Florida college student recently decided to Google himself. What he found was deeply disturbing.

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