Where did you hear of TalkingScot? (2006)

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AndrewP
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Where did you hear of TalkingScot? (2006)

Post by AndrewP » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:13 pm

We at TalkingScot are happy to see so many new members joining up. Can you please tell us how you found us. That can help us target future advertising more effectively.

We asked the same question last year (see the 2005 question). Let's see if 2006 brings some more clues to where the word of TalkingScot is spoken.

Thanks in advance for your help with this matter.

All the best,

Andrew Paterson
for the Admin Group of TalkingScot

wini
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Market research

Post by wini » Wed Jan 25, 2006 7:19 am

Andrew,

I saw TalkingScot on Rootschat

One of your members recommended it. A good thing too

wini

Rootschat
Munro, McPhee, Gunn, Reid, McCreadie, Jackson, Cree, McFarland,Gillies,Gebbie,McCallum,Dawson
Glasgow, Durness,Kilmuir via Uig, Logie Easter
Old Monkland

fmackay
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Location: East Lothian

Post by fmackay » Wed Jan 25, 2006 7:47 am

I stumbled on this site by accident while searching for another site!
Glad I did
Fiona :D

joette
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Post by joette » Wed Jan 25, 2006 12:09 pm

Scotland's People & from another site which off course I can't remember.
Researching:SCOTT,Taylor,Young,VEITCH LINLEY,MIDLOTHIAN
WADDELL,ROSS,TORRANCE,GOVAN/DALMUIR/Clackmanannshire
CARR/LEITCH-Scotland,Ireland(County Donegal)
LINLEY/VEITCH-SASK.Canada
ALSO BROWN,MCKIMMIE,MCDOWALL,FRASER.
Greer/Grier,Jenkins/Jankins

Rach
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Location: Tweeddale

Post by Rach » Wed Jan 25, 2006 1:26 pm

After the Scotland's People forum ended I lost track of it until someone I contacted on Rootsweb recommended this forum. Have picked up some very useful tips which has helped further my research.
Rae
Names of interest: Perthshire- Taylor, McDonald, McRaw, Gould; Caithness- Cormack, Campbell, Sutherland; Berwickshire- Darling, Johnson, Whitlie, Forrest/Forrester/Foster, Barns/Barnes,Buglass/Bookless; Wilson, Thorburn, Cowe, Laing, Rae, Colven, Collin,

trish1
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Location: australia

Post by trish1 » Wed Jan 25, 2006 1:28 pm

I also found the site via RootsChat

Trish

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Where did I hear about Talking Scot

Post by McAdam obsesssed » Wed Jan 25, 2006 10:32 pm

Site was mentioned in a Rootsweb news group for Lanark.
Elizabeth Cookson
Researching in Lanark: McAdam, Burnet, Stewart, Robertson, and Wotherspoon

CatrionaL
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Location: Scottish Borders

Post by CatrionaL » Wed Jan 25, 2006 11:19 pm

Hullo Elizabeth!

Welcome to Talking Scot. We hope you will find the site helpful.

Best wishes

Catriona

Salopian
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Post by Salopian » Thu Jan 26, 2006 2:35 am

Hi I found it on one of the numerous sites somewhere...and Im glad I did, everyone has been wonderfully helpful. Great site!!
Andrea :D

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Post by HeatherH » Thu Jan 26, 2006 3:30 am

Welcome to TalkingScot Salopian.Glad you found us and hope we can help you with your tree.
Happy Hunting,
HeatherK

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