The NewsDemon Blog
February 11th, 2009
Newsdemon.com has announced that it will begin to offer free access to genealogy newsgroups. The free access includes all of the most popular and known genealogy newsgroups on Usenet. Those interested do not need to have a Newsdemon.com membership as it is open and available to access free of charge to the public.
Historically, genealogy has been a very important field as family connections between nobility were crucial to the idea of inheritance and the passing down of titles and ruler ship. Genealogy is the study of a family’s lineage and ancestry. Genealogy covers everything from a family tree to when and how people lived almost a century ago. The word genealogy is derived from the Greek, and means the study of family history and descent. Usenet hosts a variety of newsgroups related to the topic of genealogy and extensive research by the newsgroup community has expanded genealogy research since 1995.
Complete details on how to access Genealogy and the groups that are included can be found on the Newsdemon.com Genealogy Newsgroups page.
Newsdemon.com has created this free access in a continuing effort to promote awareness of the values that Usenet has to offer. By including free access to genealogy, it is the intention to promote awareness and value to the terrific resources the genealogy newsgroups in particular have to offer the online community.
April 14th, 2008
Thats right. We know the economic times have tightened. Thats why we have decided to offer creative ways for our customers to get free usenet access. We have created three easy ways you can get a free month of Newsdemon Premium Newsgroups Service. All it will take is a little of your time and your creative energy!
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