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Very pleased to announce the latest episode of the Genealogy Professional podcast featuring NGSQ co-editor, Melinde Lutz Byrne!
Ever wonder what it takes to be the editor of a major genealogy journal or a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists? Find out now from Melinde Lutz Byrne.
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In the latest episode of the Genealogy Professional podcast, Craig Scott talks about the publishing industry, reinventing himself, givers and takers, undermining authorship in America, short term vs. long term revenue and much more. Not to be missed!
In this episode Craig Scott talks about short term vs. long term revenue, Givers and Takers, undermining authorship in America and reinventing yourself.
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We're working hard on the Genealogy Professional podcast! In fact, we've got yet another new episode coming this Sunday! But we need to know that people are listening! Show us some love and leave a rating and review for the show in iTunes! Thanks!

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A new episode of the Genealogy Professional podcast is out. Come meet Judy Webster of Queensland, Australia!

http://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/judy-webster/
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Here at Northeastern’s Media Innovation graduate program, we’ve been knee-deep in podcasting and radio reporting. Over the course of the semester, we’ve had a string of great guest speakers including independent radio producer Ibby Caputo, former BBC editor Maria Balinska, and WBUR’s All Things Considered host Lisa Mullins. Here are some of their tips. Lead with your [...]
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In this video we explore the ins and outs of reviewing ancestor hints on FindMyPast.
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Using the internet to solve a history mystery when you have few clues!
These pictures depict a timeless moment. Six people went on a sight seeing trip on a hazy summer day in the mid-1940s. One brought along a camera and they posed for candid photos. The photographer went home, had the pictures developed and placed them in an album. I bet your family did something ...
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Loved these photos. I haven't been there since the 1960's.
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Canadian writer Lynn Palermo discusses writing, coaching, online classes, membership sites, social media and much more on the latest episode of The Genealogy Professional Podcast (TGP).
Lynn Palermo talks about writing, online classes, coaching, self-publishing, creating membership sites, video editing and being and entrepreneur!
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A new episode of the Genealogy Professional podcast is out! In this episode we talk to Lisa Alzo about her new book.While the overall theme is Eastern Europe you'll find that many of Lisa's tips and suggestions apply to the research of all genealogy professionals. A great discussion!
While this episode focuses on Eastern Europe the discussion and lessons apply to many issues that genealogy professionals encounter. Dive in with Lisa Alzo as we discuss her new book.
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The recent genealogy news includes changes to terms of service for MyHeritage DNA matching service, new records at Ancestry and Findmypast, 23andMe starts transitioning old accounts to their new website, 23andMe has a new tool for triangulation, some timely events coming up, and lots more.
Listen here - http://bit.ly/22MXnRd
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I've been exploring the trees on FindMyPast this week during their "Tree Challenge." If you upload a tree and you receive matching hints to your ancestors, you'll be able to keep those permanently. I share my adventures in two videos in this post.
From May 23-30, 2016 FindMyPast is hosting a Tree Challenge. If you upload a family tree, the hints you get on ancestors will be completely free during this week and will be added permanently to your tree. FindMyPast Tree Challenge. To encourage you to try this out, FindMyPast is giving away ...
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House Historian - Genealogist - Podcaster. General interests - old houses, writing, history, photography, travel, wine, locally grown.
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Host of Fieldstone Common, a podcast dedicated to sharing the passion for Northeastern history. Also host of The Genealogy Professional podcast where transitional and professional genealogists get tips from other genealogists about improving their business.

The rest of the time I dive deep into social media and content marketing with a strong focus on new media.



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Legacy Family Tree Software
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Helping you find, organize, and share your family tree

My Ain Folk
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Professional Scottish Family History Research

Holbrook-Blakeslee House (c. 1712) | A Preservationist's Technical Notebook
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The Holbrook-Blakeslee House, located at 54 Elm Street in Ansonia, Connecticut, is an interesting old home with a direct connection to the M

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Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online resource for family history

The Official Site of Town of Millis, MA
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Welcome to the Official Website of Town of Millis, MA. This page redirects you to our home page.

FamilySearch Indexing
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Help provide open access to the world's records!

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Many of my genealogy colleagues have created their own blogs & I have found many of them interesting and informative. When I was young,