I'll get into what Square Your Bizz is in just a few moments but first I wanted to explain why I love Squarespace so much. It should be noted that this isn't a sponsored post, I seriously just love Squarespace.
There are so many things I love about Squarespace. With some time and effort, you can customize your site to look nothing like a Squarespace template, which is good because so many people are on Squarespace that you want to avoid having a website design that everyone else has.
Having a resource library is a great way to house your past content upgrades from previous blog posts on a password protected page. It not only keeps everything in one spot and organized but it's a great way to get people to sign up for your email list. The whole idea is once someone gives their email to you an email is automatically sent to them with the password to gain access to the library.
Some people choose not to have a sidebar on their blog and that's totally fine, however I personally can't imagine not having one. It's a great place to promote your social media accounts, your courses, your newsletter, etc. You might be thinking, but it's just a sidebar, how much thought could possibly go into putting one together but when it comes down to it, you want a sidebar that works for you and is in line with your brand.
If you are taking this blogging thing seriously you likely have Convertkit, Mailchimp, or another service to build your email list. Adding content upgrades to your blog posts is a seriously huge way to bring in new subscribers because let's be real, people love free stuff! Today I'll be teaching you how to add content upgrades to your blog posts using Convertkit and Squarespace, although if you're on Wordpress this will also be useful to you.
Hey friends! Today I'm sharing a Squarespace DIY. As your probably know I love Squarespace and I'm always on the look for new ways to spruce up my site. I recently came across this code to create an accordion menu while designing a clients website. Check it out in action below:
I love Squarespace for so many reasons, I could and probably will write a blog post on it one day. While Wordpress has some great plugins and themes, I kind of wanted to keep things minimal with this blog, so I went with Squarespace. And although Squarespace is great for keeping things simple it's always good to have a blog that doesn't look like everyone else who uses Squarespace. Below I'll show you how I took a meh template and made it unique.