29 November 2010

Cyber Monday Discount on Casefile Clues

Casefile Clues is offering it's second annual Cyber Monday subscription discount of 20%. This discount is good for 29 November 2010 only and will be pulled at 11:59 west coast US time. Our special rate is $13.60. Credit card payments can be processed via Paypal. Email casefileclues@gmail.com if you need alternate payment options, but credit card payment is preferred as it is easier to manage and process. Renew or extend your subscription, too--but please use this link for renewals and extensions.

Casefile Clues is delivered weekly as a PDF file through your email. This will be our last discount of 2010. Other Casefile Clues discounts sometimes get extended. This offer will NOT be extended.

Every week Casefile Clues brings you one or more of the following:

  • Sources--Some weeks Casefile Clues focuses on a specific source or type of record, discussing how that source can be accessed, researched, and interpreted.

  • Methodology--Some weeks Casefile Clues works on one of Michael's problems. Many times these problems are "in progress," and Casefile Clues reflects that by explaining what was researched, why it was researched, and where to go next (and why).

  • Case Studies--Some weeks Casefile Clues focuses on a specific record on a specific person and analyzes that record, discusses what it says (and what it does not) and where to go next based upon that person and the specific record.

  • Citations--Casefile Clues includes citations of sources and records. Articles can easily be read without them, but we include citations for those who prefer to have them and we do try and model citations in the style of Evidence Explained.

  • Reasons--Casefile Clues tries to give you insight into why certain research avenues were pursued over others. Often the genealogist simply does not have time or money to locate every piece of paper available. Sometimes it is necessary to go with what likely will give us the "most bang for the buck."

  • Readable--We work very hard to make Casefile Clues readable. Columns are not "fluff" or generic "how-to" pieces.

  • Coverage--Casefile Clues covers all American time periods and records. All families discussed come from the ancestry of Michael's children who lived in a variety of states and countries. All examples are from actual families on which Michael has worked or is working. If you are subscribing when Casefile Clues begins discussing Philip Troutfetter, you'll see that you just can't make this stuff up.

Subscribe now before you forget and the 20% discount is gone.