A Google search can unearth hidden genealogy gems from all corners of the internet, but how many times do your searches turn up the same results? Over 85% of internet content is now in video form, and YouTube is the place to find much of it, but have you tapped into that resource for your genealogy research? We will explore different strategies for both Google and YouTube that will improve your odds for success as you search for your ancestors.
Dayna Jacobs, AG® is a professional genealogist who holds the credential of Accredited Genealogist® with two specializations: one in U.S. Mountain West States research and one in U.S. Southwest States research. She has been researching, teaching, and writing since 1988 and has been on staff at the Monterey, California Family History Center since 1998. Dayna is a past Commissioner on the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists, known as ICAPGen℠, and served on the board of directors for the Utah Genealogical Association. In recent years she has worked as an investigative genetic genealogist, and currently volunteers with the ICAPGen Study Group program as a mentor to individuals who are credentialing. She has presented classes at the local Ancestor Roundup, the Northwest Genealogy Conference, the BYU Genealogy Conference, and the New England Regional Genealogy Conference.
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