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Next, you will be asked to supply a title and a description of your page. The title should be fairly short and to the point, perhaps listing the main surnames you're researching and a key location. The description can be used to provide more detail — you may want to list all of the lines you're researching, the name of your first immigrant ancestor, or a short history of your family's migration across the United States, to name three common examples.

Step 2 - Add a title and description of your page

The description is especially important if you are hoping to share research, because the search feature on Genealogy.com looks primarily at this area of the page when compiling a list of matches. So, if you have a lot of ancestors in Michigan, you would want to mention that in the description, and the more specific you can be, the more likely it is that another genealogist may have information of interest to you.

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