There are so many awesome things you can do within the Squarespace platform, that will allow you to create several different types of call to actions. One of them that you don't see often, is the one I will be sharing with you today.Take a look at the video tutorial or read through the written steps how you can add links to your gallery block within the Squarespace platform.Read More
Sometimes you don't want to add so many pages within your navigation - There really isn't a need to clutter your main navigation with dozens of link. So the best way to go about it, is by adding a drop down menu within your navigation to break it all up.Read More
There is no doubt in my mind, that Squarespace is the best platform for anyone to use for their business. It's clean. It's professional and it integrates every feature you could possibly need to run a successful business.
When it comes to blogging, however, it's not always the best design-wise. I've noticed that a lot of the newer templates that Squarespace now offers, do not come with a blog sidebar. It's unfortunate for those who absolutely need it - It can be a deal breaker.Read More
When it comes down to marketing and design, it's important that you have call to actions throughout your website and blog posts. Learn to create a click to tweet and add it to your Squarespace website with this tutorial.Read More
There have been so much talk in the past that the only thing you ever needed was great content. Unfortunately, as we keep evolving, so does everything else.Read More
Now that you have your password protected page set up, you'll want to be sure to customize your lock screen. The lock screen is what your visitors see when they visit a page that contains a password.Read More
Password protected pages are awesome! They allow you to stop others from reading something that you don't want to share with just about anyone. I love to use them for my client design pages because they allow me to share everything project related with my clients, that way they see what stage I'm at, their designs and more all under a password.Read More
One thing I get asked a lot is why did I choose to switch from Wordpress to Squarespace. Honestly, I had thought about moving to an other platform for a while, but I wasn't sold on Squarespace until late 2015 when I was seeing everyone was just raving about how easy it is to post content and really build my website the way I LOVE.Read More
It's no doubt that Squarespace has grown tremendously within the last few years. You can often see why people have made the switch from other platforms...Read More
Owning and operating you a business as a solopreneur means you are often wearing several hats. You are not only the one running your company, you are also the one who is writing, designing and managing projects.
Sometimes it can leave you feeling overwhelmed, but if you use the right tools and the right systems, you can work less, and have a lot more freedom.Read More
There is a lot of planning that goes on when your trying to take your business to the next level, and there are a lot of resources to use to take your business there.
Last week, I shared a post about how you can prepare your business for complete success by teaching you how you can set up goals for your business in the new year. But once you've planned your goals, how can you keep yourself accountable so that you can accomplish everything you've set on your "to-do" list before the end of the year arrives. In this next post, I'll be sharing my thoughts on one app and course specifically that helps me create a strategic system for my business, and that also keeps me accountable.Read More
Last week, I sat down with a pen, paper and a blank Google Doc to prepare myself for what’s to come in 2018. Where do I want to be by the end of 2018, what am I looking to accomplish exactly and how in the heck am I going to get there. It was hard, and it was a ridiculously long process, but by the end of the week, I was 3 pages full of goals for the year (including several tasks to accomplish to get me there).Read More