Duncan suggested at "Publicity" centered on 'events' and the bigger question of events in general that we do Q&A pushes around 'specific events' and there are two major events coming up that I wonder if we can capitalise on.
- Who Do You Think Your Are Live which is "the biggest family history event in the world", taking place from 22-24 February in London, England.
- RootsTech, taking place from 21-23 March in Salt Lake City, Utah.
One good focus for both events would be questions around starting out in Genealogy.
For WDYTYA, another focus might be research in the United Kingdom.
For RootsTech, another focus might be the use of technology to support research.
In all cases, the objective ought to be to generate some excellent content (questions and answers) in advance as well as during the events that will be found via search engines by people coming away from the event and wanting to follow up on what they've seen or learned.
Of course, if anyone is attending either event, it would be nice to generate some publicity for us, but I don't know (a) how comfortable people would be doing that and (b) how realistic a goal it would be at such big events.