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How to Put Facebook Posts on Your Webiste

You can put Facebook posts on your website by embedding them. If Facebook users are signed in they can like your Facebook page or the embedded post right from your website. Go to the post you want to embed and select the down arrow in the top right corner. Go to the bottom of the drop-down menu and select "Embed". This will give you a code that you can copy and paste into your website. You can adjust the size...

Manage Your LinkedIn Group Email

Do you want to get notifications from your LinkedIn Groups? Are you getting too many notifications? If you do not want this, go to your account settings at the top of the page and choose "Privacy & Settings". You can then go through the Groups you are in and manage the frequency of notifications from them. You have a choice of getting them weekly, daily, or you can turn them off....

Facebook Now & Later

Do you have time to read every article you want? Is your Newsfeed too fast for you to explore the content it brings you? You can save include books, links, music, sports, events or anything else you see. All of your saved content is visible only to you unless you share it. You can also find content you wish to save by going to the options drop-down menu located in the corner of the post. Select the save option. It...

How to Share a LinkedIn Group Discussion

If you see something you like in one of your LinkedIn Groups, you can share it in other places. Go to the Discussion you want to share. Go to the bottom where is says "Share". Choose how you wish to share the Discussion. You can post a LinkedIn update to a LinkedIn Group or to Individuals. You can send out a tweet on Twitter. If you select to share on Facebook, you will have options to post to your own...

How to Share What You Want With Who You Want on Facebook

Did you know that status updates also have their own privacy options? You can restrict and allow who can see a particular status update. This is helpful for when you want to post to specific people without using Facebook lists or individually posting to their walls. Go to the drop down menu where you create a status Choose "More Options" Choose "Custom" A window will pop up and give you options to allow and restrict certain people or lists. Type...