Posts tagged squarespace tips
How To Create A Password Page In Squarespace

While you’re building a new page on your Squarespace website, you might want to set a password for it before adding any new content. This will tell search engines not to index the page. Pages that are password-protected can be used for a number of reasons, such as:

  1. A client portal (so that your clients can access images, files, walk-through tutorials, and any other resources needed for their project)

  2. A resource library for site visitors (freebies for readers, etc.)

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Create a Testimonial Block Slider in Squarespace

There are a number of ways you can showcase a client testimonial within your Squarespace site. In this quick little tutorial, I'll be showing you how to create a Testimonial Slider within your Squarespace website with no custom CSS involved. #squarespace #testimonialblock

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Use Pinterest To Drive Traffic To Your Website

You might be surprised to know that most of my website traffic is generated from Pinterest. While most people think of Pinterest as a social media platform, it was actually designed as a search engine. In order to show up higher in the feed, you'll need to make some adjustments to your Pinterest profile. I've outlined some simple upgrades you can make to your account to start driving more traffic to your website (today!).

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