Posts tagged June 2017
4 ways to get a Squarespace offer/coupon code

If you're the type of person that loops back around in the Costco samples section a few times, you're going to love this post.

I've been fielding questions lately on if it's possible to get a discount or if there's a coupon code to use on your Squarespace plan. 

Well friend, I have good news! YES! There are 4 ways you can snag a Squarespace discount.

I've been using Squarespace for years, and can tell you with confidence that these are the only 4 ways of getting a discount.

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What is the best Squarespace template? Brine. Here's why.

Back in the day 'which Squarespace template was best' was really based on what your site was for, and what functionality you wanted in your site.

Today however, within the Squarespace website designer community there's a pretty solid consensus on the best Squarespace template.

What changed? This new template came out fitted with almost every single feature you could ever want, and it's the most flexible of them all too, earning it the title of the best Squarespace template out there.

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How to sell a product one time & subscription-style through your Squarespace website

So you've got something to sell, and would like to give your customers both the option to purchase it one time, or recurring subscription style on your Squaresapce site?

Can do friend!

I'm going to walk you through exactly how this is set up. 

The Squarespace e-commerce system doesn't have the ability to make subscription-style recurring sales, but MoonClerk, a 3rd party integration that works with Squaresapce does, so that's what I'll be showing you how to use.

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How to build a Squarespace site at every budget

So, you have a blog or business and you need to build it an online home?

You’ve come to the right place friend. 
I realize that at different stages of business, budgets vary, so I put together a list of all the different ways you can go live with a Squarespace site, at every budget.
Now, everything on this list is related to the building and designing of your website. The actual annual cost of a Squarespace site looks like so:

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The 2 week website: how it works & why you’ll love it

Okay so before I even start on this post I need to give credit where credit is due.

The 2 week website was not my idea! (Though I do love it and am so darn happy I found out about it!)

The idea came from the fab Lauren Hooker who runs Elle & Company, or more specifically her husband Jake. Jake thought of the 2 week website, Lauren implemented it and then she shared it on her blog, advocating for others to considering switching to the 2 week process.

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What's included in all-inclusive Squarespace web design packages?

When I get on the phone with potential clients for our initial consult call, a few common questions come up about just what is included in my packages.

95% of the time when a potential client asked if something was included my answer was ‘yes.’ 

As such, I started describing my packages as ‘all-inclusive.’ 

(Partially because my answer was almost always yes, and partially because I love vacations, and being reminded of them often).

So, as with all the client and reader questions I get, I blog about it!

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B-School Review: What it’s like on the inside & how to make the most of it

So you’re thinking of joining B-School? I take it that you’re reading every B-School review online you can get your hands on? I hear yeh, that was me too.

Gal, I know. B-School is quite the business investment, so it can be a tough decision. 

To help you in your decision making I’ll be giving you an insider look at what going through B-School is like. (Because that’s what I really wanted to hear when I was considering enrolling!) 

B-School has 6 modules spaced over 8 weeks. I took notes at the end of every week to share with you in this post, to give you a feel for what each week looked like. I’ll also let you in on what was happening in the B-School Facebook group, as well as my personal business breakthroughs.

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