|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|familysearch login page||0.94||0.9||5827||53|
|familysearch indexing sign in||0.32||0.7||9064||64|
|familysearch login lds||0.63||0.6||6071||70|
|familysearch sign in account||0.04||0.1||8966||38|
|familysearch family tree||0.9||0.3||5309||16|
|familysearch 1950 census||1.38||0.7||2150||7|
|familysearch partner access||0.28||0.5||5591||31|
|familysearch login indexing||0.88||0.2||4297||57|
|familysearch sign in as a member||0.96||0.4||4625||49|
|familysearch record search free||1.34||0.7||351||45|
|familysearch org free charge||0.86||0.1||6583||13|
Yes, FamilySearch really is free. Originally intended for Church members, FamilySearch resources help millions of people around the world discover their heritage and connect with family members. How do I find my family history for free in Australia?Can you have more than one tree on FamilySearch?
Can you have more than one tree on FamilySearch? The FamilySearch Genealogies database is separated into multiple "trees" that can contain persons. A user can create a tree and add/update/remove persons from the tree. Relationships can be created between two persons in a tree, but are not read outside the context of the person.