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I mentioned in last week's post  that one way to save while doing more genealogy is drop a more expensive subscription in favor of a cheaper one (even if that is just a temporary option). This post is going to give you one specific example, newspaper subscriptions (paid AND free options!) This post has been updated (into three separate posts). If you're looking for the digitization information or Evernote information , they are now their own posts. Save on Genealogy Newspaper Subscriptions This post contains affiliate links. Alternative Subscriptions GenealogyBank  is one of my top recommendations of a "cheaper" subscription to consider (I've been a subscriber for years). Keep an eye out for savings offered through their affiliate partners (i.e. other genealogy companies or blogs). This can make this a great way to save and do more research. ...
Happy DNA Day! Are you interested in genetic genealogy? That’s genealogy using DNA testing. There is a great free tool you need to make sure you’re using. Free Tool for DNA Matches ...
This just in... The 2017 NGS Conference app is now available. You can see details at,  http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/2017/04/mobile-conference-app-now-available-for.html . I'm posting not just to make sure you know this (if you're attending the conference) but for an additional reason. ...
There is really only one way to save big bucks on your genealogy subscription(s). To get BIG savings you have to apply this method. It is a guaranteed method and probably the best way to also do high-quality research. The great thing is, even if you mess up, it can still save you money, there aren't any complicated coupons or special websites to visit. ...
I LOVE attending the national genealogy conferences. Essentially there are two general national conferences and one specialty national conference. However, don't overlook the large regional conferences, I'm not mentioning them because this post is specifically about the Dos and Don'ts for the two general conferences. No RootsTech Today Let's get the specialty conference out of the way since this post isn't about it, specifically. The specialty conference is RootsTech. If you couldn't guess by the name, it's a technology conference. This is one of the two main differences between it and the two general conferences. The other difference, which is why I'm not including it in this post, is it does not travel. It is held in Salt Lake City each winter/early spring (the date sometimes varies a bit and since I don't know when you're reading this, I don't want to quote you the wrong date). These issues would make my Dos and Don'ts for Root...

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