Welcome to Simple How To Videos

I have a passion for helping people using simple methods. This whole blog will be based on simple how to steps–using video. Most videos will be less than 3 minutes long–because I believe that’s what most of us have any time for.

Let’s face it. We’re just too busy to watch 10 minute videos.

If you would like to see a specific series of videos let me know and I’ll do my best to accommodate.

Before you get started watch this short video that shows you how to watch the videos in full-screen.

To watch the videos in full screen click on the button that looks like this on the bottom of the video.

Stay tuned for more how to videos.

holly-powell

6 Comments

  1. Cristina Tolentino on February 17, 2010 at 7:08 am

    This is going to be a wonderful website.. I’m sure we will be learning a lot of simple things from you Holly.. Keep it up…



  2. Paul Gardner on November 3, 2010 at 4:33 am

    Hi Holly,
    Thanks for the referral on the Flexibility3 Word Press Theme and your wonderful video tutorials. You have some wonderful simple solutions here. A great website.



  3. Donald on November 1, 2012 at 6:38 am

    Hi Holly,

    Hope you can help. Recently changed to Flex 3. Was using Prosense. When I cahnged over i lost my opt in. I wanted to have an opt in. I watched an old video on how to upload opt in form. I was following the video, I got stuck when, in the main page template, it was totally different. I did try something but did not work. I had a blank page when I reloaded…lol.

    I was wondering if you help, have you got a video or tell me where I install the web for code. I want the opt in top left of main page.

    Thanks for your help. Really appreciate. I don’t suppose you could have a wee peek at your earliest convenience and leave a comment!!

    Regards

    Donald



  4. Holly Powell on November 7, 2012 at 7:43 am

    Donald,

    When you say web for code I’m not sure what you mean.
    To add your aweber code you can do it two places. I prefer using the widget. Go to appearance/widgets. Drag a text widget to your right sidebar widget and paste your aweber code.

    If this is not what you mean let me know.

    Thanks
    Holly



  5. David on November 30, 2012 at 11:29 am

    Hello Holly!

    Great tutorials you have here! I have been using both Flexibility 3, as well as the FlexSqueeze upgrade version.

    They are really great themes with a ton of options. I wish I could list some of the sites I have created to show people just how endless their options really are. I have an Internet Marketing site called Relentless Traffic that is actually black!

    But then i have the site I used here to log in that is really different. Then you can turn to a completely different look like my Rachael Ray Weight Loss site.

    I hope you take a look and give me your opinion about them?

    I taught myself everything and at 57 years of age with no prior computer skills!

    Bottom line Holly, if I can do it, anyone can!

    Just follow Holly’s tutorials and you can make an awesome website for yourself.

    Thanks for letting me share Holly 🙂

    David



  6. Holly Powell on December 18, 2012 at 9:13 am

    David,

    Thanks for your feedback. You’re right the flex theme is a great theme for newbies!



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