Book Review: Research Like a Pro

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, if you click on a link and purchase an item we will earn a small amount of money. Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide by Diana Elder, AG, with Nicole Dyer, isn’t just a book for professional genealogists. It’s for anyone who wants to improve the quality of their genealogical work. It’s down […]

JoyFlips Giving Away $80,000 worth of FamilyArchive Kits at RootsTech

JoyFlips giving away $80,000 worth of FamilyArchive™ Kits at RootsTech Launch of Version 4.0 Groundbreaking technology for preserving and sharing family stories being launched at world’s largest family history technology event   San Francisco, CA. February 20, 2018: JoyFlips will be launching several technical breakthroughs in version 4.0 of its family album technology at RootsTech 2018, along with a giveaway of […]

Review: In Brief with IDG-Researching the Forbidden

“Researching the Forbidden” written by Terri O’Connell is part of the In-Brief with IDG collection from The In-Depth Genealogist. Many of us struggle with stories of our ancestors that are not easy to share. We may find criminals, secrets or other bad behavior. In this In-Depth Brief with IDG, several topics are covered to help in our research as we […]

A Beginners Guide to Genetics-In-Brief from IDG

A Beginners Guide to Genetics is another addition to the In-Brief with IDG collection from The In-Depth Genealogist. Written by Shannon Combs Bennett, this 4-page guide can be purchased as a PDF or in laminated form. Genetic Genealogy has become very popular in the last few years, providing information that can help break through brick walls and connect with cousins. […]

In Review: GenBiz™ Email Marketing Guides

I had the opportunity to read the GenBiz™  Solutions eGuides about Email Marketing. There are two guides in the series and both are authored by Deena Coutant. The first guide, Getting Started with Email Marketing, is a great “how-to” guide for anyone who wants to start an email list but is unsure how to go about it. In this getting […]

Book Review:  White Slave Children Trilogy by Richard Hayes Phillips, PhD

This year two more volumes in the Without Indentures series by Richard Hayes Phillips, PhD, published by the Genealogical Publishing Company, were released.  This little know index traces children who were transported to Colonial Maryland and Virginia from Europe and other colonies. Phillips new books add to his first book, Without Indentures: Index to White Slave Children in Colonial Court Records […]