NextAdvisor Blog - Genealogy

How to Make the Most of Your Online Genealogy Subscription

Working on a family research project with a genealogy service? Here are three way to make the most of your online genealogy subscription.
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4 Digital Subscriptions That Make Perfect Last-Minute Gifts

If you're a last-minute shopper, chances are you're on the hunt for some last-minute gifts. These digital subscriptions are thoughtful and fun gift ideas.
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3 Online Backup Services for Your Genealogy Documents

Online backup services aren't just for school or work projects. We detail 3 services you can use for your genealogy documents.
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Is Online Genealogy the Best Family Research Resource?

Still skeptical about using an online genealogy service for your family research resource? Find out what makes these services worthwhile.
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How Accurate are DNA Matches from Genealogy Services?

DNA testing has helped a lot people using genealogy services for family research projects, but how accurate are resulting DNA matches?
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How the Internet Has Improved Family Research and Genealogy

The rise of the Internet has enhanced the way we live in many ways, including our ability to search for our family's history. Find out how.
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How to Start Your Family Research Project

Starting your family research project can be exciting, but with so many resources out there, it can be difficult to know exactly how and where to start.
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4 Historical Records You Can Find with Genealogy Research

To help you get a better understanding of what types of historical records you can find with genealogy research, we've detailed the most common ones.
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How to Search for Records with Online Genealogy Services

Online genealogy services are a great tool to use to find out more about your family history and locate historical records for relatives.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Genealogy Projects

Taking on your family research history can be an intimidating task, but it doesn't have to be. Here are the do's and don'ts of genealogy projects.
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