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Stunning! We’ve only just begun! Karl Sala’s ever-improving website is now #2 on Google Search Engine!

SALABRATE AGAIN! As I am wont to say:  “Stunning!”
Thanx to Paul A. Johnson’s knowledge & skill with Search Engine Optimization (SEO), along with my blogging, Karl Sala’s ever-improving German Genealogy website is now #2 on Google Search Engine!
Goal:  surpass those in the #1 position!

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Exciting German Genealogist News! My weblog URL is moving up in ranking on Google’s SE !

I’m pleased to announce that at least one of my German Genealogist weblog URL blogs showed up in the first page of a Google Search for “German Genealogist”

The entire URL showed up as the very 2nd listing on Yahoo SE!

On MSN SE we’re #4 !…
“This is a XML Sitemap which is supposed to be processed by search engines like Google, MSN Search and YAHOO.
It was generated using the Blogging-Software WordPress and the Google Sitemap Generator Plugin by Arne Brachhold.
You can find more information about XML sitemaps on and Google’s list of sitemap programs.

My webmaster, Paul A. Johnson–who also helped me get onto–is taking me out to “sala-brate!”

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Karl-Michael Sala accepts call to serve as an organizing, unifying leader of all able professional genealogists living near the Mesa, Arizona Regional Family History Center!

Contrary to some people’s misconceptions, there is nothing awry with research for a fee.  Indeed, Lynell & Karl Sala are proud to have been serving in this manner since 1979!  They are willing to share their knowledge with others with a free initial consultation by email, mail, phone or in-person @ the Mesa, Arizona Regional Family History Center (MRFHC)

Occasionally, the MRFHC gets inquiries about research their staff simply cannot handle.  They also receive numerous requests for a professional genealogist who specializes in a certain area. 

Queen Creek, AZ is the temporary residence of Lynell & Karl Sala
Queen Creek, AZ: temporary residence of Lynell & Karl Sala

For not only Germanic ancestry, genealogy & family history research, but all global areas, Karl was asked by the head of the Mesa, Arizona Regional Family History Center (MRFHC) to assemble a near-comprehensive list of any & all researchers able & willing to help patrons with a complimentary initial consultation, preferrably at the MRFHC.

If you are willing to assist patrons with a complimentary initial consultation of their difficult research cases, possibly accept potential new clients & live within a 200-mile radius of Mesa, Arizona, please email your details to, complete with email, website URL, photo(s), mailing address, specialities, photo or whatever you wish.  We shall likely expand the radius for those specialties that are not available locally.

Share This Post Manager, Scott Spencer (former Manager, Paid Expert Research Team): [Karl Sala] “…was a vital team player and key to its success…”

Paid Expert Ancestry Genealogist, Researcher,
September 16, 2008 “I had the pleasure of overseeing a project that Karl was directly involved with. He was a vital team player and key to its success. Karl takes a tremendous amount of pride in the work he does and takes the time to ensure that it is done correctly. His dedication to help others succeed is one of the many characteristics that make Karl such a valuable asset.”

Scott Spencer, Assistant Manager, Operations, The Generations Network (; now Operations Manager, &/or

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Were your German ancestors SPD, CDU, Republican, Democrat, Tory, Labor or even a Know-Nothing?

I don’t know the political persuasion of my German ancestors, but I know they loved their families and were frustrated with the system–as are many of us. They & we are just doing the best we know how. Nobody can expect any more than that. I’m doing some fund-raising for Christian, conservative & non-profit causes like National Right to Life, Concerned Women of America, Navigators, Salvation Army, CARE, et al.

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BIGGEST NEWS? SOME German Parish Registers in ONLINE digital format? Yes! So far, some for Posen & Brandenburg! has updated its database of 1870 US Census records and added two new databases with West Virginian info this week to its online pilot program at The new additions represent over nine million new names. There are now over 477 million searchable names on the pilot site.

The pilot program has attracted thousands of volunteers who are extracting family history info from digital images of historical documents. The info they are identifying is then added to databases that are available for family history enthusiasts worldwide to access.

Current indexing projects include the 1920 U.S Census, 1869 Argentina Census, 1930 Mexico Census, 1945 Florida State Census, Louisiana Deaths, German Church Records [These are the ones we have used for our client, Lois J.], Italy Church Records, Spain Church Records, Venezuela Church Records and Nicaragua Civil Registration Records. is maintained by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and provides resources and info for people worldwide to research their family trees.

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Referrals whom you provide to’s Karl-Michael Sala, will earn you a RESIDUAL 10% commission or research credit on either hourly or NO FIND, NO FEE research!  US, Immigration, or global Germanic, including European research, are all eligible.

Share This Post Content Manager, Hiley Kitto: Karl-Michael Sala “clearly a magician” with German Genealogy dead-ends

Hiley Kitto, former Content Manager,
Hiley Kitto, former Content Manager,

September 15, 2008  “When we worked together at and later at The Generations Network, Karl was known for his ability to find Ancestors when everyone else would hit dead-ends.  Karl is a pleasure to work with and clearly a magician at finding genealogical lines and names.”   Hiley Kitto, Content Editor, The Generations Network (

Share This Post International Team Manager, John Erbstoesser: “As our primary consultant for our German customer base, Karl[-Michael Sala]….”

John Erbstoesser, Manager, The Generations Network,’s International Team      September 16, 2008 “Karl is a valued employee who specializes in superior customer service and sales. His ability to adapt positively to changes while continuing to improve his personal performance sets him apart from other employees. As a team player, Karl tirelessly works to help others achieve their goals as well as always looking after the best interest of the business. As our primary consultant for our German customer base, Karl conducted training initiatives for many of our new clients while exhibiting superior performance in his German-speaking responsibilities.”  
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German Genealogy 101 or “How we saved our clients THOUSANDS of $!”

CAVEAT RESEARCHOR:  OK, so you’ve heard it a hundred times, but I must reveal it as a German genealogy research pre-requisite:  Exhaust all home & family sources prior to doing online or onsite genealogical research.

Usually in German-American research–even if you are aware of the precise name of the parish of origin in the Old World–it is generally wise to exhaust the various interesting & informative USA county, state & federal records & immigration resources. 

Also, there’s usually not much sense in “jumping across the pond” to Germany to do your German genealogy research in any country of Europe that had Germans–until you’ve ascertained the name of the parish of origin!  Yes, that is much easier said than done, of course. 

Two decades ago, I wrote an article for the Genealogy Helper Magazine. Thesis: by doing comprehensive USA, immigration and German ancestral & genealogical research, aka Deutsche Ahnenforschung, you’ll be so much more pleased with what you have for the data, documentation & image presentation of the family’s history!  You’ll also more than likely be much more prepared to get into the thick of Germanic research in the Old Country.

We refer to not only the resources of which you are aware, but also those about which a professional German researcher or global Germanic genealogist.  Our having inspected the foundations of numerous clients’ allegedly firm foundations, we found cracks & crevasses (OK, crevices, too{;>). 

COST, EFFORT & TIME-SAVING RESULTS:  Prevented our clients from having dug at the wrong roots (or no roots at all!)

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