SuperSearch: How to Find Your Missing Ancestors on the MyHeritage Search Engine
MyHeritage SuperSearch, looks across 5+ billion records to provide the most extensive free genealogy search available on the Internet. Thousands of new records are continuously updated. Hi-tech algorithms were created to cover spelling and phonetic variations, understand nicknames, handle synonyms and deal with ethnic variations. You can enter the last name you are researching, or a combination of a first name and last name. Searches can look for an exact spelling, or multiple spelling variations. This search engine is particularly useful if you are researching a rare last name, or an uncommon combination of a first name and last name.
Mark Olsen has a degree in Family History with an emphasis in Spanish Records from Brigham Young University. Mark works at MyHeritage USA, WorldVitalRecords, as the Business Development Manager. As an employee of MyHeritage one of Mark’s favorite roles is teaching MyHeritage Record Matching, Smart Matching and the many other features of MyHeritage which he considers to be the leading genealogy tools available on the internet today helping genealogists both new and advanced to create, expand and share their family history. Mark lives in Lehi, Utah and is married to Sara, they are the proud parents of seven children.