BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO GENEALOGY is a great website to learn about genetic genealogy. Kelly Wheaton, the website’s author, does a great job keeping the topic as simple as possible and keeping the website updated. Check it out at: https://sites.google.com/site/wheatonsurname/beginners-guide-to-genetic-genealogy.
The next website I would recommend is the one established and maintained by the INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF GENETIC GENEALOGY at http://www.isogg.org. Their wealth of knowledge in regards to genealogy is excellent.
There are two blogs that I am subscribed to that are very informative. The ones I read regularly are:
GENETIC GENEALOGIST by Roberta Estes at http://dna-explained.com.
The second blog is DEB’s DELVING IN by Debbie Parker Wayne at http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com.
Third-party tools are available to assist you in working out the “bugs” in some of these programs. Some of the programs can be real time savers.
www.Gedmatch.com – This website allows you to upload your raw DNA and look for DNA matches within their database that includes submissions from all three DNA testing companies.
http://www.dnagedcom.com – This is a website offering a variety of online tools to assist you in analyzing your DNA. Go to the website and read about all the different free tools that are available to help you.