Announcing “How-To DNA” – A Multimedia How-To Guide for Genetic Genealogy

Blaine Bettinger is a genealogist and a DNA expert with a Ph.D. in biochemistry with a concentration in genetics. He is a frequent author and lecturer with a focus on DNA. He has now announced the creation of a new online how-to guide for genetic genealogy. The site will include short instructional how-to videos for beginners, as well as presentations and webcasts for the advanced genealogist.

How-To DNA ( will also provide links to the latest videos, podcasts, and other instructional material created by DNA experts. You can learn more in Blaine’s announcement at The site is live now at


Reblogged this on Old Bones Genealogy of New England and commented:
I’ll be spending a lot of time at!! And if you like Dick Eastman’s blog, I would advise you to subscribe to his newsletter. Start with the free version, but I can almost guarantee that you’ll be very happy to spend the very small subscription fee for the “Plus Edition”!


Hi Blaine: I am new to this….I am a child of Holocaust Survivors….no family….I took the Ancestry DNA, 23and Me DNA and the FamilyTree DNA study and I am at a loss as to how to interpret my results….I need help….please advise….regards…:) Mia My email address:


FYI, when I checked today (2016-02-16) the site howtodna . com leads to a godaddy parked domain. I’m guessing it’s kaput or he didn’t pay his bill???


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