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Signing up for a subscription to MyHeritage - Was It Worth It?

You've enjoyed the Legacy tips on her blog for years, but it wasn't until this past week that Diane Gould Hall thought she'd give MyHeritage a chance. She was hesitant in the past because as she wrote,

"why would I need to pay for another subscription service? What could they possibly offer that I don't already have access to?"

After subscribing to MyHeritage, and then uploading her GEDCOM from Legacy Family Tree, she experienced what so many of us have been reporting - new finds in records that she hadn't discovered anywhere else.

Diane wrote to me personally, told me that she is "eating her words about MyHeritage..." and that "sometimes we need to climb out of our comfort zone." Wow is she ever happy she tried something new. You can read all about her experience in her blog post here. And if you've missed her Legacy tips, this link will take you directly there.

 Good luck with your new tools Diane!

MyHeritage has come so far in so little time, and have been taking care of us Legacy users so well. If it's been a while since you've given it a try, visit www.myheritage.com today.

MyHeritage header for my Gould website
Image for Diane Gould's family site on MyHeritage

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Thank for the shout out Geoff. I'll be sharing more about my finds in upcoming blog posts.

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