If you’re a busy, booked up service-based provider - you’re a lawyer, financial planner, illustrator, consultant, etc - with 1:1 clients, you’re probably inundated with emails. Turning your Squarespace website into a so-called virtual assistant isn’t as hard as you might think.Read More
I’m doing an experiment. Folks who reach out to me by filling in a Squarespace form on my contact page will be sent to a ‘thank you’ page with extra info they should know.Read More
Should you use a Squarespace coverpage or a sitewide password with a branded lockscreen when you’re redesigning your site? Which is better?Read More
Before you switch your Squarespace Template - ask yourself - do you really need to?Read More
Which is better on your contact page: a Squarespace contact form or email? Or both? You decide.Read More
By looking at homepage examples (even if the website isn’t on Squarespace), you’ll recognize common features that you can use when you design your own homepage.Read More
When it comes to getting your Squarespace website - and your services and products - found online, SEO isn’t the only thing that works.Read More
Is tinker your middle name? It is mine…I think. In this tutorial, I test out Ghost Plugins, a free code snippet source for Squarespace websites.Read More
Here are 4 quick things you must (should? Don’t want to be too bossy) do when you create a new Squarespace website.Read More
On Instagram and wish you could add more than one link to your bio? Find out how to create a page on your Squarespace site with all the links you could possibly add.Read More
Let me explain. I’m using the Stella template - which is part of the Brine family of templates to demonstrate How to Use the Exact Layout of the Squarespace Template you’ve picked.Read More
Back in April 2017, I helped a client and friend create a simple, small bilingual Squarespace website using the Rally Template. It was a fun challenge and we were able to make it work for her business, so I recorded a tutorial and blogged about it.Read More
I have no idea if my Squarespace footer has helped me get leads, email sign ups or web designer partnerships.
It’s time to find out.Read More
Not one - but TWO - videos on how to Style and Layout a footer in Squarespace.Read More
Have you thought about what information you’re going to include in your Squarespace Footer?Read More
If you can layout a page in Squarespace and style fonts and colours in the Design —> Site Styles section, then you can 100% easily change the layout and style of your blog posts.
It’s that simple.
If your blog is going to be a marketing tool for your business, you’ll want to create at least one - if not more - blog post templates. Here are 4 things to consider before you write your first post.Read More
Let’s start with the Why.
Why are you blogging for your business in the first place? Is it to build your brand? Get found online? Gain trust?Read More
One of the most common questions I get asked by Squarespace training or Design in a Day™ clients and DIYers is “How can I make my home page page look like this?” (This = The Moksha Template home page or the Mentor Home Page.Read More
If I were to start all over again, here’s how I’d choose a Squarespace template.
First, I’d learn all about the Brine Template FAMILY because frankly, it is the most versatile of the Squarespace template families out there. And it’s not just me saying that.