Tuesday Tutorial: How To Set Up Your Own Facebook Group

There are many reasons to set up a Facebook group. There are things you can do with a Facebook Group that you just can’t do with a Facebook page. One of the best reasons to start a Facebook group is that you have more interaction on a group than on a page. Here’s some information to help you get your Facebook group started.

1. You must use a personal Facebook account. So login to your Facebook account to get started.

2. Go to the Groups section in your sidebar and click on the item that says, Create A Group.

Weekly Roundup for the week of December 17th

If you missed my posts from last week, here’s a recap of what you missed

Fantastic Finds Friday- Small Business Tips For The Holidays Infographic

Stay tuned this week for some more informative posts designed to help you grow your small business. Is there anything in particular you want to see on this blog this week? I’m open to suggestions. Please join my Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/learnsmallbusiness/ and post what you’d like to see me blog about.

WordPress Wednesday: Book Review – Free WordPress Plugin Guide For Cheapskates

Today’s WordPress Wednesday post is actually a book review. I recently finished reading a Kindle book about free WordPress plugins. This book lists 27 useful WordPress plugins. This book is a must read for anyone that wants to get the most out of a WordPress installation. Both newbies and experienced bloggers will learn something from this book. I give this book 5 stars. Pick this book up today by clicking on my affiliate link listed below.

Tuesday Tutorial: Setting The Privacy On Individual Facebook Posts

Did you know that you could change the privacy on your Facebook posts? Why would you want to do this you ask? Let’s say that you have your default setting to private. Let’s say you have posted something that you want people to share. Well they can’t share it if the setting is set to private. So you will want to change the setting on that post, but not on the posts you don’t want the public to see. In this blog post, I plan to show you how you can do that.

Tell Me About It Thursday-Holiday Edition

Well now that the holidays are in full swing, I wanted to tell you about the things I have for your holiday giving.

I recently became a rep for Sass N Frass. It’s basically a boutique with tons of products for all budgets. You can check them out by going to my affiliate link: http://www.learnsmallbusiness.com/sassdt.

If you are shopping for an entrepreneur, be sure to check out my kindle books for entrepreneurs.

Weekly Roundup of Posts From Thanksgiving Week

Last week was a short week for me. I decided to take the holiday off from blogging. So I only have two posts to share with you today.

Tuesday Tutorial: How To Convert HTML Into A WordPress Theme

WordPress Wednesday: How To Install A WordPress Plugin

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Tuesday Tutorial: How To Convert HTML To A WordPress Theme

If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you should know that I am a HUGE advocate of WordPress. Maybe I’ve convinced you that you should go ahead and take the plunge into WordPress. What if you’ve spent a lot of money creating a custom website? Do you have to ditch that site and start completely from scratch? No. You can convert your existing HTML into a WordPress theme. Here’s a video showing you how to do just that.