By Rieva Lesonsky

Did you miss any of my blog posts from around the Net this week? Here’s the weekly roundup:

I know this is hard to believe, but most small businesses still don’t use social media to market themselves. If you’re one of them, read my interview with Tim Kelly, Network Solutions’ CEO, and Shashi Bellamkonda, its Director of Social Media, for some simply, not-scary ways to get started.

Is your business at risk of online bank fraud? You might be in more danger than you know–read my Survey Says column on AOL Small Business to get the truth on how many small companies have been hacked.

Many signs point to small business being poised to hire. If that’s you, check out my 5 tips for successful hiring on the Network Solutions GrowSmartBusiness blog.

Wondering whether to try Groupon? Read my post, the truth about Groupon, on AT&T’s SmallBusinessInSite first.

Feeling isolated as a small business owner? An informal advisory board can be the answer. Get my 6 tips for starting one on American Express OPEN Forum.

I shared a few results from Zoomerang’s survey Cloud Computing and the Role of IT Professionals in Small- to Mid-Sized Businesses on our site earlier this week, but for the full results, check out my post on Anita Campbell’s Small Business Trends.