From the Editors


Another Season of Who Do You Think You Are   Recently updated !

This afternoon we received confirmation that TLCs, Who Do You Think You Are? will begin airing on Sunday, March 5th. Make sure to mark this in your planner, I am sure you do not want to miss one episode. From the press release:   Jessica Biel makes surprising discoveries that change what she thought knew about her heritage. Julie Bowen uncovers […]


Last Day for Going In-Depth Sale

We had a great time meeting everyone at RootsTech, but we hope that you will take advantage of our great discount on the digital magazine, Going In-Depth. The normal subscription price is $35 for 12 months, plus access to our archives (4 years worth!). We are currently offering the subscription for $20! That’s right, you save $15 if you order before […]


Win Awesome Prizes at RootsTech

During the upcoming RootsTech conference there will be a number of great giveaways, but the one being offered through the Genealogy Business Alliance is going to be Colossal! At each of the booths with prizes to giveaway, you’ll have an opportunity to enter the contest! You can enter multiple times to increase your chances of winning. This is a special contest […]


Save Today and Go In-Depth

For the third year in a row, we are exhibiting at Rootstech. We are excited to be spending time in Salt Lake City with up to 30,000 of our closest genealogy friends. Because we are super excited to be here again we are offering a great discount on the digital magazine, Going In-Depth. The normal subscription price is $35 for 12 […]


2016: Top Ten Posts of All Time

Our website went live in April 2012. We have had almost four full years of blogging with great writers. Even though our writers continue to change, our one goal remains. Provide quality content for our readers. The Top 10 Posts of All Time: Understanding the Scottish Naming Pattern by Christine Woodcock On Your Own: How to Design and Construct a Family History […]


Top Ten Posts: 2016 2

2016 was a busy year here at IDG, we added new writers and lost a few as well. One thing that remains consistent is our goal in providing our readers with quality blog posts. The following posts were our top 10 posts read in 2016. Irregular Marriages by Christine Woodcock Understanding the Scottish Naming Pattern by Christine Woodcock Extract or Abstract? Both […]