Have you noticed that more great resources are being listed in category locations?
A couple of examples:
If you take a look at the above categories, you will notice a resource section which has links to the location of the resource. These are often obscure or unique (not always) sources that we cite in almost every profile that we create, to document that individual and our findings.
NOW, I am never going to find that source on your ancestor's profile unless I am looking for that person, right?
SO, why not start sharing those resources (not Familysearch.org) but those obscure, little found county, transcribed records, or family records...you know the ones...that you say WOW! LOOK A WHAT I FOUND records. Sharing them via categories! It's simple to do, just like listing a source on a profile!
Go to the category, click the edit tab, create a == Resources == section and paste your WOW LOOK WHAT I FOUND resource. AND then anyone who goes looking for a person in that area has access to the resource that YOU FOUND and said WOW!
Now, think.... IF we all did this, what a greater place WikiTree would be!!!! Really, just think, if we all shared what those WOW sites are, that we've listed as a source on our ancestor's profiles, how much easier it would be for others who will come after us looking at those locations. Seriously!
Just a thought.