Genealogy Deals

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Living social is having another great deal for, only $10.00 for a three-month membership.

Getting in touch with your roots takes more than a shovel. Begin digging into your family’s history with today’s deal: Pay $10 for a three-month membership to (a $20 value). This easy-to-use site collects more than 2.1 billion domestic and international records all in one place, including US census data, newspapers, birth records, obituaries, marriage announcements, and more dating as far back as the 1700s. Your membership lets you access them all, allowing you to unearth your family tree, save scans and images of vital records, and even connect with long-lost living relatives. Search by married and maiden name, geographic location, and date — with Archives’ simple tools, you can do a lot more than scratch the surface of your family’s history.


And here is this months Family Tree Genealogy Collection.  The Ultimate Time-Saving Tech Tools Collection.  A 165.96 value reduced to 59.99, a 64% savings.

The collection includes:

Want more time for your genealogy research? Here’s the secret: Become a more efficient genealogist. This kit is designed especially to help you do just that, by teaching you how to use online and computer tools that will speed your search, help you research smarter and streamline tasks that would otherwise suck up your valuable genealogy time. With the tutorials in this kit, you’ll accomplish these five goals:
1. Learn computer tricks that will save you time and increase your confidence with technology.
Frustrated by too-small text on webpages? Confused by the alphabet soup of computer files? Wish you knew a faster way to print, find files, search and perform other tasks? The independent study course Computer Boot Camp for Genealogists will show you how to become a whiz at genealogy computing tasks. This class is ideal for anyone who wants to build basic computing skills, whether you’re a neophyte or just looking to gain confidence and learn some new tricks.

2. Organize your genealogy computer files.
Photos, documents, notes, emails, your genelaogy database—how do you keep track of all that data so what you need is always at your fingertips? The downloadable Step-by-Step Guide: Organize Your Hard Drive will help you set up a filing system that keeps your computer tidy and your essential genealogy files just a few clicks away.

3. Transform your note-taking.
Evernote is a free tool you can use on your computer, the internet and even your phone to jot down genealogy notes, save clippings and annotate web pages, create to-do lists, share findings and much more. Watch the 30-minute video class Using Evernote to learn how to get started–you’ll be amazed how it can make genealogy faster and easier!

4. Set up a personalized genealogy toolbox.
Overwhelmed by the plethora of genealogy tools? Build Your Research Toolbox, a 30-minute video class, will show you how to combine your favorite resources into a single, easy-to-access “dashboard” in the format that best fits the way you work.

5. Protect your work.
You can never predict when a computer crash might wipe out all your years of research. Don’t let that happen to you! Our downloadable Resource Roundup: Online Backup Services will show you where and how to back up your data safely and regularly.


Another great kit is the Organize Your Family History Value Pack, a $176.96 marked down to $69.99

Finally, an all-inclusive bundle to keeping your genealogy records, memorabilia, research findings and more — ORGANIZED! Many genealogists struggle with keeping their research and findings in a centralized location. With the “Organize Your Family History Value Pack” you are sure to be on your way to creating a file-friendly, clean, relaxed atmosphere that will help you make the most of your research.


The Organize Your Family History Value Pack includes:

Organize Your Genealogy: Family Tree University Independent Study Course (Download)
A successful genealogist often ends up with an embarrassment of riches: too much information in too many places. Whether you work on paper or do everything online, getting your research organized is essential to keeping track of ancestors and making sure you know where to put new ones in your family tree. This course will rescue you from unhelpful habits and get your workspace (virtual or physical) tidy again.
RETAIL: $99.99


Organization Made Easy: 5 Simple Ways to Get Your Family History in Order OnDemand Webinar

Presented by, Allison Stacy, Publisher & Editorial Director of Family Tree Magazine

Are you struggling to tame the piles of paper, mountains of memorabilia and deluge of data generated by your family history research? Achieve your New Year’s resolution to get organized with the tips, tricks and tried-and-true solutions presented in this hour-long online workshop.

What you’ll learn:

      • Methods for filing paper records and printouts


      • Ways to cut computer clutter and organize digital photos, documents and e-mail


    • Tips to make tough organization jobs manageable

RETAIL: $39.99


Organize Your Genealogy Life! CD

This CD has Family Tree Magazine’s best advice and tools for getting your research in order and keeping it that way – making you a more-efficient genealogist. This space-saving, PC-and Mac-compatible CD lets you click right to recommended Web sites, search the entire text and print pages for reference.
RETAIL $19.99


Organize Now!

CLUTTER HAS A COST. It steals your storage space, robs your time and energy, and takes away the peace and beauty of your home. Don’t pay for it another minute—get organized, now!

This updated and expanded edition of the bestselling Organize Now features even more quick, effective organizing ideas. Easy-to-follow checklists show you how to organize any part of your life in less than one week. You spend more time organizing and less time reading—a perfect fit for your busy lifestyle! Long-term goals help keep the clutter away for the months and years to follow, so you can maintain the order you create.

You’ll find help with everything from time management and routines to mental clutter, paperwork, pets, purses, toys, rooms and life events such as moving, and celebrating the holidays.

Special money saving tips show you how to use your organizing efforts to cut costs around the house and even make a little money.


Don’t let piles of paperwork, overflowing closets and overbooked schedules drain your resources and energy anymore. Take control with Organize Now!
RETAIL $16.99

And don’t forget to take an additional 10% off your order with code Family10F

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  1. My grandfather was the historian in our family. He left me with boxes and boxes of papers and photos going back to the mid 1800’s. I love sifting though all of the information and trying to piece everything together. I will definitely be checking out this deal. Thanks for the heads up! (stopping by from Voiceboks) =)

    • Thank you for stopping by. I understand the boxes and boxes of information. My Grandma left several boxes of photos, and several more of documents. And a cousin has a trunk full of old love letters and more photos from My Great Grandma. It is always fun for me to explore all those old memories.

  2. Thank you for this comprehensive list of genealogy resources! My dad is nuts about this stuff right now, spending hours up on hours on I’ll have to send him a link to this page so he can dig even deeper. All I have is an old handwritten version my grandmother gave me!

    Gina from vB

    • Thank you for visiting my site, and sharing this with your dad. I received a typed version from a cousin who has been documenting all our family history for decades. Bless her for all the hard work she has done to keep up with so many different changes throughout the years..

  3. My aunt started a Genealogy on my moms side which included me & my family. Ours dates back into the 1800’s . It’s really neat to go back and look at my ancestors and learn about them. I am so glad that there were many that saved names, dates and pictures along the way. It was very helpful for my aunt as was a Genealogy website. Thanks for the great deals you’ve posted I know it will help someone save a lot. I dropped by from Voiceboks. I hope you have a wonderful day.


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