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Family History Search With Google

| Articles | April 30, 2012

Going through a family history search will really take some of your valuable time. With all the information needed, doing a family history search can take months and even years, depending on the progress already made. You may need to gather records, documents as well as do some interviews and collect and analyze them. It’s a good thing that the Web already provides a wealth of resources for genealogical research that may help make your job easier and more convenient.

The best way to look for genealogical information online is by using search engines such as Google. With being the biggest and most popular search engines around, you can say that Google can be a very valuable tool that you can use in order to scour the vast information hub online that is the Web. To become more efficient at it, you may need to learn some of the tricks that would make your family history search in Google more effective.

When using Google for genealogical research, you might want to learn about certain features that you can use to get more focused results. For example, if you wish to search for something using a certain word very critical to the type of information you need, you can insert a plus (+) sign before the word or words so that search results would come out with the exact word that you need.

In the same way, when you wish to omit a certain word when searching, putting a (-) sign before it would exclude them from the results. This is especially useful when searching for information using family names that are fairly common and you may want certain results excluded from the ones that you really require.

If you want two words to come out in the Google search results as they are written, you can use quotation marks on them upon typing on the search box. Putting quotation marks on word combinations or phrases when doing a Google search would give you results that contain the words or phrases exactly as you typed them.

For added flexibility on Google search results you may want to use the OR option. By using OR, you can make Google generate search results that match any one of the words you entered. By default, Google generates search results that match all the search terms. Using OR between two search terms can make it become more flexible in finding mixed results.

There might be also times when Google would provide a search result that looks promising but turns out that the website might no longer be available. This usually happens when certain websites have discontinued or have switched addresses. Such results may still appear on some of the searched on Google. But all is not lost. Since Google may have generated such results, this means that the information may still exist on its database. The key is knowing how to look for it.

Websites that are no longer available or give a “File Not Found” page when clicking on the link may not yet be lost. You may access the pages by clicking on the “cached’ link found usually at the end each search result. This will give you access to the discontinued page as how Google may have stored in on its database.

This is especially useful when trying to check out “dead” websites which may contain certain information that you need to retrieve in your family history search.

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Family History Search Online

| Articles | April 29, 2012

Doing a family history search online makes it all easier for people who aim to create their family tree. Because of the wide reach and scope that the Web offers in terms of information, more and more people are heading online in order to start building up their family trees and pedigree charts. In fact, genealogy, which is the study of family history and descent, has recently become a popular online undertaking.

With the popularity of gathering information concerning one’s family history online, more and more genealogy websites are being set up in order to help fill up the need of people trying to build up their family history online. These genealogy websites usually offer different features as well as options that would help its online users start and establish their family tree and pedigree charts more conveniently. Here are some other tips that might help people start building up their family tree online just as easily.

Use Search Engines

One of the easiest ways to search for information about family members is by using search engines. Although it might be a long shot for some people, especially in looking for information that may have predated the time when the whole Internet came of age, still valuable information can still be sourced out through such means. Search engines still seem to have the best means of searching information on the Web. They can provide a door from which people may be able to locate ad find certain genealogical information and databases available online.

Start From The Middle

It is not usually the first time that certain family trees have been built up. Other relatives may already have started building up the family tree from a certain point fro which you can continue from. This usually helps keep such a project move a bit faster. Not the only problem would be on how to find out about other previous attempts of building up one family tree have been undertaken.

There are some websites that may already have contained a certain family set up that may have been undertaken by other people once before. There are online pedigree databases such as RootsWeb World Connect, Family Search Pedigree Resource File and others that may have family trees previously researched and may be accessed by its users and usually contain contact information of the previous researcher in case he or she needs to be contacted.

Online Databases

The Web has become a vast source of information that it now has its own archives and databases consisting of stored information such as census and population records, birth, marriage and death record databases, military records, land grants and other similar resources. Many genealogy sites usually have such information available that may prove helpful for those who come looking for such records and documents.

Expand Search

Although online family history search may prove to be very convenient, it may just be a part of the whole research that one does when looking into the family history. There are also more valuable means such as doing personal interviews and other offline tasks that might be a valuable addition to research. Both online and offline resources should be pooled together in order to get the most out of searching for the family’s history.

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Family History Search Goes Global

| Articles | April 28, 2012

A constant reaching out to family members and relatives is as important as completing a hard day’s work in the office. It’s like enjoying a full-packed meal while watching your favorite game show or sports program. It is without no doubt that your family is the one group of people that you can truly rely on day and day out.

Rain or shine they are always there to lend a helping hand. That is why it is part of your life to maintain a mutual understanding with your family. Issues and misconceptions are but normal but can always be negotiated with. With this in mind one way in order to know your family members and relative well is by engaging in a journey of family history search. Now this search has gotten even better because nowadays record access have gone global.

It is a fact that some of us really love to travel. A lot of people venture around the world in order to get a glimpse of the best sights and sounds each country or locality has to offer. Your ancestors might be one of those who chose to travel to make their lives better or they may be simply one of those folks who like global adventure. Nevertheless, family history search has been made to conquer the globe so you want have any problem in pinpointing the locations on which past family members and relative took stride on.

You were given the idea that your family’s heritage extend all throughout the globe and you want to make things clear and organize your family’s history then all you have to do is access certain records that may be of help. Come on and take a shot your ancestors might have gone through journeys in these countries.

Let’s fuel things off by travelling towards Italy. In the far regions of Lombardia, the Italian Civil Registration opens its gate for access of its records from 1866 up to 1936. This collection of Italian records marks the first release of its type in the online field. You can find information by browsing to over 10 million names from the Como Tribunale which is all in the original forms.

The Drouin Collection in the Quebec Vital and Church Records can also be your partner in tracing your ancestor’s steps of travel. The University of Montreal has generously devised an index composed of a rich culture and heritage of French and Canadian family histories. German city books and directories can also be utilized to boost up your search. These are categorized according to industries and professional affiliations from the 18th century winding down to the 20th century.

Your ancestors might have fancied the UK? Well, try your luck on the Royal Aero Club Certificates which holds records that are within 1910 and 1950. This collection offers a historical background of the first ever aviators during the onset of the 20th Century. It also has a list of well-regarded individuals that have been part of the Royal Air Force and the Royal Flying Corps.

Now your ancestors may have spent some time in the land down under. Australian records of family history can be accessed via the Australian NSW Free Settlers. You can find lists of immigrants that came storming across the globe from countries such as China, Japan, Russia, India, and the US.

Your ancestors might be the nomadic adventurous type but there won’t be any problem in tracing their roots and routes because family history search has gone global.

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Family History Search Tools and Resources

| Articles | April 27, 2012

Archaeologists have their picks and axes. Biologists sometimes need their nets and their microscopes. Like the other practitioners of their respective trades, family history searchers also have their own unique equipments in the exercise of their occupation.

For hobbyists and professionals alike, these are some of the more important resources and tools in searching for family histories, either one’s own or that of others. Some of these are computer programs, some are real office equipments, and some are written compilations (digital and analog alike) of indispensable materials, all crudely bundled up as tools and resources.

Family History Library Collection

This is the world’s largest collection of family history materials and contains records from almost all parts of the world. All true-blue family historians need this.

This is not just a compilation of sources, but it also lists and indexes family histories more thoroughly than any other. It tells who owns the data, where they were microfilmed, and lists additional sources. It is available on the Internet and one can buy it on CD-ROM for home use.

GEDCOM Database Computer Program

The GEDCOM database program is used primarily in organizing and sharing information on the people in your search for family histories. And it is not just this program that had been responsible for the explosion of the number of family history searchers today.

There are also small and relatively low-cost commercial database programs available for every family historian, like the PAF and Family Tree Maker.


Today’s important indexes include the Periodical Source Index, Riders American Genealogical Biographical Index, Filby’s Passenger and Immigration Lists Index and hundreds of smaller but important indexes.

These indexes may come in different forms (electronic, printed, arranged by surname or every-name, card, etc.) but they are all essential to the work.

Government Records

Government may have interfered with our lives far too much for comfort. Census, tax forms, social security, licenses, immigration records, land titles, etc. these are just some of the more familiar ones.

But the records that the government had amassed had become a treasure trove for family historians. Another good news is that all these records are found in all ranks of the government from townships to the counties, to state archives and all the way to the federal level.

Printed Sources

These are the transcripts, abstracts, indexes and compiled family histories. Also included are directories, gazetteers, and all the other published sources that make the family historian’s research easier.

These materials help us access the records just as well when, on occasions, the original or microfilm records are not available. These sources sometimes help preserve these records from getting lost into oblivion.

Genealogical Societies

For more than a hundred years since these organizations have cropped up, genealogical societies have done the excellent job of preserving records (by way of publications, newsletters, and microfilming), sharing information and easy access to them (through exchanges, conferences, lectures, etc.) and continuous interaction with researchers.

Most of them have their own research facilities and websites all in the name of sharing news and important information. (For smoother access, check out first FGS or the Federation of Genealogical Societies before you start your research.)

The Internet

The growth of quantity (and quality) of data on the Internet makes it an essential tool in the work of the family historian. In the GEDCOM files alone where hundreds of millions of names are at one’s disposal with just a few mouse clicks, the fast email access to anyone in the world makes the Net an important addition to the family historian’s resources.

Material Tools

The invention of the photocopy machine had greatly helped corporate business run smoother. For the family historian, it makes research faster, more thorough and accurate. Rather than writing cryptic notes, an entire article can be copied for later reading.

Cabinets and other filing storerooms are just as important as any of the above-mentioned tools. These are used to organize all the accumulated papers in the pursuit of your work.

All in all, these tools and resources are the basic essentials in your family history search. However you use them depends on your needs and your innate abilities to mix and match such diverse materials.

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Family The First Stop in Family History Search

| Articles | April 25, 2012

One of today’s exciting hobbies (more are getting into it professionally) is the search for family history, starting with one’s own. With the presence of the Internet and the various databases all over the world, genealogy (as it is popularly called) can be a fulfilling and fascinating pastime.

Aside from knowing your family’s history, you might discover along the way some unknown facts or some surprising turns of past events. These and more are fodder to countless nights of discussions with your relatives.

The ultimate goal, then, is to complete the construction of one’s family tree, accurate in details and full of these interesting pieces of family history.

Sometimes, particularly for the beginner, the whole exercise can be intimidating.

Fortunately, most newcomers start out by wanting to work on their own family trees first. This is good since that would introduce them to the basics.

Where to begin

Start with yourself, your spouse, your children, and your grandchildren, if any. What is initially needed are dates and places of birth, followed by information on marriage and death, if applicable. Individual data for each one (profession, personal statistics, etc.) can be added later.

After you have recorded these, do the same for your parents, brothers and sisters. Include the spouses and children of your siblings. Afterwards, fill in the data of your grandparents’ families – including their children, children’s spouses, and other descendants.


For your sources of information, you have your own household or that of your relatives, your own knowledge of events, the declarations from other family members, and probably past research done by other people about your family. Of course, this is just the start of the adventure of discovering your roots, because you have to piece all of these together in the end.

All the information you gathered needs support documents. But by writing it all down (and probably starting to do a rough family tree), you will already see the missing parts or conflicting information.

Usually this happens within the family’s first four generations or thereabouts. There might be blanks on certain births or marriages, or maybe even unreported deaths.

Some of your older living relatives can help.

The attic, the trunks, the cabinets

Your own house (or a relative’s house) is a marvelous source of information, if you know where to look. Diaries, for instance, can confirm fuzzy dates or conflicting accounts of events, and letters can be consulted by their postmarks.

The most common artifacts of the past, old yearbooks and photo albums, can be a gold mine. (Look at the back for possible written dates.) But one should not discount other loose documents such as wills, titles, deeds, citations and commendations, certificates from school or job, etc. Each item may have such a long, detailed story connected with it.

Other things such as old clothes and jewelry items may substantiate some connections to the events their owners may have gone through. Sometimes, they could be considered like a real-life scrapbook with real-life items.


Next in line would be a formal oral history with your relatives. Be respectful, first and foremost. Ask open-ended questions, so the process would be free-flowing.

The older members of your family often have information about people who are long gone. You might be surprised sometimes how they can all tie up the pieces of history together.

Your own family tree

After you have gathered your data, arrange it accordingly. The first person to go on the chart would be you and your family. Then, arrange that of your siblings and their families, and your parents’ family next. Each of the following next generation would be listed after that. Each person has spaces under his entry for date and place of birth, marriage, and death.

You may want to utilize family group records available around at local genealogy shops and bookstores. There are also genealogy software programs available from your local libraries and from the Internet. Study each one as much as you can and ask around before making any purchase. The program should be able to address your requirements.

In your search for your family history, you will meet many of your ancestors who had led lives more interesting than those in the movies. You will get to know great many dates and events that were landmarks in your family’s history. Getting to know all these are reasons enough for you to do the whole enterprise.

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Fall Gardening

| Articles | April 24, 2012

Many gardeners do not even consider fall gardening because of the winter frosts that might make an early appearance. On the contrary, fall gardening will result in excellent vegetables and will extend crops long after spring planted plants are finished. Vegetables produced from fall gardening are sometimes sweeter and milder than those grow in the summer and offer a brand new taste to the same old veggies.

What you choose to grow during you fall gardening will depend on your available space and what you like to eat, just like spring plants. Even the crops that enjoy the heat, such as tomatoes, sweet potatoes, okra, and peppers, will produce until frosts hit, which can be pretty late in the year in southern areas. However, there are some plants that will quit towards the end of summer like snap-beans, summer squash, and cucumbers. If these vegetables are planted around the middle of the summer they can be harvested until the first frosts as well. Hardy, tough vegetables will grow until the temperature is as low as 20 degrees, but those that aren’t as strong will only be able to grow through light frosts. Remember that if you have root and tuber plants and the tops are killed by a freeze the edible part can be saved if a large amount of mulch is used.

When fall gardening, make sure and pick the vegetables with the shortest growing season so they can be full grown and harvested before the frost arrives. Most seed packages will be labeled “early season”, or you can find the seeds boasting the fewest days to maturity. You may want to go after your seeds for fall gardening in spring or early summer; they are usually not kept in stock towards the end of summer. If they are stored in a cool and dry location they will keep until you are ready to plant.

In order to know exactly when the best time to start fall gardening, you must know about when the first hard frost will hit your area. One of the best ways to tell this is by a Farmer’s Almanac. They will give you exact dates and are rarely wrong. You will also need to know exactly how long it is going to take your plants to mature.

To get your soil ready for fall gardening you must first remove any leftover spring/summer crops and weeds. Crops leftover from the last season can end up spreading bacteria and disease if left in the garden. Spread a couple of inches of compost or mulch over the garden area to increase the nutrients, however, if spring plants were fertilized heavily it may not need much, if any. Till the top layer of soil, wet it down, and let it set for about 12-24 hours. Once this has been done, you are ready to start planting.

Many gardeners will run from fall gardening so they don’t have to deal with frosts, but if tough, sturdy vegetables are planted they can withstand a few frosts and give you some wonderful tasting produce. Fall gardening gives you the chance to enjoy your vegetable garden for at least a little bit more time.

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Facebook: Not Just A Social Network, Also A Venue For Playing Games

| Articles | April 23, 2012

I bet you know that Facebook is the number one in terms of popularity among the social networking sites available in the internet. Yes, millions of people worldwide using the Internet service and of course, its wide array of popular past time competitions are being linked and staying connected by Facebook. These Facebook games have really made a significant contribution in keeping distant families together. Families, friends, and other people far apart from each other now adore the wonderful service that Facebook does by bringing them closer together, every second of the day.

Socializing Is Not Merely Talking: Playing Is Another

The social networking site Facebook is not merely a venue for meeting up with your old friends or family members. As a matter of fact, you can even socialize with your friends and relatives; however distant they may be. There are just countless Facebook games you can play online. And what is more, these applications are totally enjoyable and all for free! Here are just a few examples of the various games you could possibly expect playing in the social gaming offered by Facebook.

Flixster Game

With about 6 million people all over the world playing this game about what’s hot and what’s pass in movies, it has become the leading movie sharing networking community online. If you are the type who is always curious about the clothes Hollywood actors and actresses wear during Awards Nights, then this game is the one for you. Or answer trivia questions as to how a particular lead character died in one particular movie? Some piece of advice though, if you do not have much time to spend for playing, do not dare try this game. Otherwise, you might have a hard time balancing and prioritizing which things you first have to do while online.

Ant City Game

This is a fascinating and humorous game, actually. Imagine using a magnifying glass as your equipment to hunt for some victims; after which, you are compelled to hold down the left mouse button to put the victims on fire. Would you ever really want to try doing that, burning people through the use of a magnifying glass?

It may sound like it’s a crazy game, but you would be surprised to find out that there are just millions of people playing this Facebook game regularly while doing their social networking at the same time. Imagine seeing the victims vaporize into thin smoke after being set ablaze and eventually falling as ashes into the ground. Talk about viciousness, eh?

GeoChallenge Game

This Facebook game is quite interesting because it sets apart from other social games available in the various networking sites. You may ask, in what sense? Well, let me tell you. This GeoChallenge game involves facilitating a Pop Quiz asking significant questions related to the planet we live in. Questions such as; “Where in the world can you exactly see the Mediterranean Sea?”. Or if I plan to go to Afghanistan, how will I reach it?”

Also, there are games related to identifying flags of various countries such as asking you to match the flag of a particular country and identifying each location of countries as well as the cities. Surely, all these Facebook games are a way of entertaining people online No wonder so many users have not only been passionate in playing but have gotten addicted already to this totally new and yet favorite concept of social gaming.

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Facebook Games: Why Millions Of Users Are Hooked?

| Articles | April 22, 2012

Why is it that Facebook has became an instant hit to may people, whether the young and the matured ones? Well, aside from the many exciting and interesting interfaces, applications and features, the Facebook games are definitely an attraction to almost all people of all walks of life. They are so effective that many people have been using the Facebook online games as past time habits and ice breakers.

How many people around the world wake up in the morning and the first thing they do is grab their computer to check their Facebook account? And how many more of them check their account just to see how their farm in Farmville or Farmtown is growing, or how is their gameplay in Mafia Wars doing, or what are needed in their Caf World or Restaurant City or what changes have happened while they went offline for the night to sleep?

There are many reasons why people around the world and from different facets of life turn to Facebook games to entertain themselves. But the truth is it is more than entertainment that they are after. The relief they get from the online games and the addiction they have come to love everyday break the ice that they regularly interact with in their daily life. Whatever is their reason, one thing is for sure the network site’s games are simply addictive and definitely no-nonsense or not no-brainer online games.

If you are an addict Facebooker, it will be easier for you to find out why there are many people hooked with the applications. There are many games available and in which different types of individuals find one or more applications suit their wants. There are endless choices and the variety is more than enough for the people to browse through.

Some of the most popular games include the Mafia Wars, Caf World, Bejeweled Blitz, Pet Society, Bowling Buddies, Farmville, Farmtown, Restaurant City, PlayFish, Brain Buddies, Who Has The Biggest Brain, Geo Challenge, Word Challenge, among many others. The surprising thing is that these games do not just cater to a particular crowd because both men and women find themselves addicted and just love checking their Facebook account to see their game account at the same time.

Age also did not become a barrier to enjoy the online game applications because practically everyone is using them, whether they belong to the matured or the youngster category. Another reason why Facebook games are excellent online game choices is the fact that you can play them by yourself or with your other friends. While you are playing, you can challenge other people by sending them your high score and challenging them to beat you.

The exciting part is when you are beaten by your friend and then you do another round to beat them. The heat of the challenge even arises as more and more of your friends take it and try to beat each one another. The mind games in particular are great choices as they try to squeeze your mental and analyzing capacity.

Somehow, it is through these games that you discover how much you are intelligent on a particular aspect or how much skillful you are on a certain facet of intelligence in you. It is easy to find out how many people, and more and more individuals everyday, are so addictive to Facebook games and continue to discover many more applications that come up as the days went by. If you are new to Facebook, you have many to discover for yourself. So be prepared to be entertained to the fullest!

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Facebook Games: Social Gaming On The Boom

| Articles | April 21, 2012

It is undeniably true that Facebook games have captured the hearts as well as the time of so many millions of people all over the world. Yes, it has without any doubt, fast risen as a social gaming generating much business for many people. Game developers alone earn a fortune selling these virtual and online games as social games.

The Connection Between Social Networking And Gaming

While people do their social chats in the various networking sites such as Facebook, they are at the same time able to play online games should they fancy it. And the good thing about it is that they get to play while being connected and socializing with their friends and loved ones. For those who have not yet tried playing the fun and truly entertaining games in Facebook, here are just a few of the so many Facebook games you can try and definitely get addicted to playing.

YoVille Game

In this Facebook game, players may come up with their own avatars by making specially the character’s costumes and looks, and letting the characters they have assembled roam around the virtual town of YoVille. Just like other Facebook games, you may also make friends with some of the avatars you will meet while playing the game, send them messages privately or even ask them if they want to play some games with you.

Should you have a friend playing this game with you online, and you forgot to greet her on her special day, then you could just easily send her some flowers or a box of sweet delights from YoVille.

Otherwise, if you have someone you extremely loathe or despise, then simply play the KickMania and get that negative feeling out of your chest.

KickMania Game

Here is a game that lets you do anything you want to do to someone. You may inflict some kind of bodily harm to that person but of course, only in the virtual world of Facebook gaming. Though this game is geared towards being physical, it has captured millions of players as well and continues to stay within the Top 10 best Facebook games social gamers enjoy playing.

Getting Back At Someone In The Virtual World

First, you make your own avatar as usual, then you get to kick the other avatar you loathe and watch him fly crashing on the ground and onto the walls. Isn’t that just amazing? Really, wouldn’t doing something to that person who you just can’t stand, things you know you cannot do in real life, just amazing? You can even calculate and select which angle you’d like to send your high kick, as well as calculating where you want your feet and body to land. This game also lets the players know how far they have gone as to kicking their friend.

Word Challenge

Or if you are the more peaceful type of user and such a wordsmith, then you might just love this game from Facebook called Word Challenge. A game that originated in London, the developer company of this game is now about $21 million richer at present. Join this battle for the crown and the title of Resident Wordsmith. Just like in the popularly known game Boggle, players get points by unscrambling the words hidden while beating the time set. As you play along, it prepares you for any word challenge you might be faced up to. Surely, this Facebook game will definitely get your brain to think faster than ever.

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Facebook Games: A Social Marketing Tool

| Articles | April 20, 2012

If you are a regular visitor of Facebook and you just can’t stop from playing the so many different kinds of Facebook games, then why not make it a point that you earn some money while having the best of your time playing? Yes, there exists the possibility that you can earn additional income should you happen to be a Facebook gamer. The only thing you need to do is to make sure that you are not merely playing Facebook games in the site but marketing whatever product or service you may have by networking while connected to the other players.

Connecting With Fellow Gamers

The main thing here is to use the Facebook game not solely for the purpose of having fun but more especially so for connecting with the other players in Facebook. Because by doing so, it would already mean that you are bent on building a network with your fellow Facebook game players, and of course, a perfect venue for promoting your business or products. And when you have already established a relationship with such colleagues in Facebook games, you are able to create a certain kind of trust and familiarity with them.

Never Hard Sell, Please

It would be wise to remember though that despite the familiarity and the affability you have started with them, to never make hard core selling as an option to promote your product or service. Most of the time, other business owners playing these social games have the intention to become acquainted with fellow gamers and therefore be able to market their products or services.

However, in the course of playing, they become too comfortable with their fellow gamers that sometimes, they become oblivious to the fact that maintaining a professional credibility is still valuable in making a deal. Never attempt to sell them your product or service just because your co-players have bought a fruit from your farm in Farmville!

Opportunity To Link Your Business

In fact, you will always find an opportunity to use any of the Facebook games to linking them with your business marketing. Do not just build personal associations through these Facebook games; make them deeper, up to that point of reaching a business affiliation with the gamers. That would mean a lot to your business.

Gaming Pushing Their Way To Social Networks

Truly, if you put business and Facebook games together, it will make perfect sense because more and more gaming companies are now gearing their strategies towards getting involved in these social networks. There are so many gaming accounts intended for social networks like Facebook because these business owners have already realized the value of this link between social networking and gaming.

Years from now, there will be clubs and associations put up to pool all these avid game players of Facebook or perhaps, gamers of any other social networks visible in the Internet. And when that happens, the more business owners and gamers will realize that there is something much more than just playing online with these social networks. In the same manner that the industry will anticipate and look forward to posting of accomplishments of top scorers; especially those playing Facebook games or other network site games online. And when these are posted to the social networks where you play, and of course, connect you with all the other players.

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