Open hours for consultations in the next couple weeks

As has happened before, I finished some projects and now have some open hours for genealogical consultations in the next couple of weeks.  A consultation can be done in-person, by email, regular mail, or by Skype or Google Hangout. You don’t have to live in the St. Paul and Minneapolis metropolitan area. Need some side-by-side […]

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Small Business Saturday includes family history businesses

Some thoughts for today that is widely billed as Small Business Saturday, a day to support local, small, and in some cases, struggling businesses trying to stay afloat. Have you hired a professional genealogist to consult on your family history or to do research for you? Have you hired that person to edit the family […]

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Ancestry.com discontinues Expert Connect

I received this press release from Ancestry.com today: “Over a year ago Ancestry.com created Expert Connect as a way to expand its service offerings and provide additional assistance for members through an elite group of professional genealogists and researchers. Through this service, customers were given the opportunity to hire genealogists to retrieve records, perform research […]

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Professional genealogist or thinking about that occupation?

Today must be a big day for press releases. This just came from APG: The Twelfth Annual Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference took place September 2, 2009, in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Syllabus is available for sale while supplies last at http://www.apgen.org/catalog/products.html for $20 plus shipping and handling. The PMC presentations included: Writing […]

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