• How to Set or Change Your Facebook Group Name


    Hello there! If you have a Facebook group, or soon will, this quick tutorial will show you how to set the name for your group. This helps people find your group and you can share a pretty link instead of the messy, long one with all the numbers. Let’s get going…



    To set or change your Facebook group username, just go into your group and click on the ‘…More’ tab (see image above). From there, click on Edit Group Settings. You will see a place to change the Group Name. After entering your group name, don’t forget to click ‘Save’.

    Once you set your group name and save, you can scroll down a little on that page, and you will see an area that shows Web and Email Address (see image below).


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  • Facebook Facelift in Three Easy Steps



    Let’s talk business. More specifically Facebook. I have three social media loves for my business – Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. But I get over 75% of my website traffic from Facebook. And, no, I don’t spend tons of money a month on Facebook ads. I do use Facebook ads because they work and they are relatively cheap but I also believe in harnessing the power of organic traffic. Because if I can find a way to do something free and it boosts my business – then I’m all about it.

    Let me back up. Let me give you a little background on my business so you can get a visual. First off, Hey! My name is Kelli. I own Pink Lemonade Company with my sister, Melissa. I am a website and graphic designer and have been doing my thing since 2009. I also offer my (wonderful) clients help with their marketing, social media strategies, and building their own community of loyal customers. I am absolutely in love with my work and I can honestly say I look forward to waking up each morning and getting to work. Of course, it wasn’t always that way. But after a ton of hard work and busting my booty figuring out the business world, I have arrived at a place that gives me a life and business I love. I have 3 kiddos and that makes my business even more important to me. I didn’t want to be chained to somebody else’s office hours. I wanted to create my own freedom for myself and my children. So, darn it, I did. And I thank God every day for it.

    So, I’ve done my homework and I’ve put in the hours. And what is the next best thing to building your own business? Well, for me, it is helping someone build theirs. I know how grateful I am that I am able to set my own hours so I don’t miss my daughter’s after-school events and I love that I can stop working in the middle of the day to go eat lunch with my youngest son. (Heaven forbid I ever show up to eat lunch with my old son. He is 15 and suddenly I am the most uncool person ever. Whatever. He doesn’t even know how I radiate coolness.)

    I think I may have gotten off track. My point was there are things you can do to improve your audiences experience on Facebook (which improves your experience as a business owner). To get in on 3 easy ways to get your business to look its best on Facebook and take advantage of 3 prime spots of real estate on your Facebook business page download the guide now. It’s free. It’s fun. And all 15-year-olds think it’s super cool (from my experience in market research that’s not true at all).

    The Facebook Facelift - FREE!

    Download your free guide on 3 easy ways to get your business to look its best on Facebook.

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