You can have the prettiest looking website in the world but if you don’t have a way of getting people onto your list or booking your services, your website is not doing its job. Learn which 6 things you must include on your website if you want more leads, clients, and sales.
Rebranding a business is a normal part of “growing up” as an entrepreneur and usually there are some tell-tell signs that can help you recognize it’s time to breathe new life into your brand identity. Learn what those signs are and what goes into a rebranding process.
Whether you are DIY-ing your Squarespace website or simply want to spice up your site and blog posts on Squarespace, it’s useful to have a resource list where you can go to find design assets. In this post, I’ve rounded up the best, must-see and use resources and tools to have bookmarked when designing your Squarespace website. Without further ado, let’s dive right in!
Yesterday, I showed you how to use Pinterest for mood board research. In today’s post and video, I’m taking you behind the scenes of my Canva account to show you how to create the final mood board for your brand and website.
By now, you probably know how great Pinterest is. I mean, this platform can drive tons of traffic to your blog and website, it can be used to collect your favorite recipes, it can be used to create an inspiration board for your home…
But, that’s not what I am going to talk about today. Today, I want to show you how you can easily use Pinterest to create a mood board for your brand and website.
I hate to be blunt but if your coaching website is not helping you convert visitors into clients, then it’s not doing the its job. You see, a great coaching website will help you share your wisdom with the world, make you visible, and allow you to showcase your service. BUT, it also needs to help you book more clients.
While SQSP makes it easy to get your site up and running, there comes a point in your business where you need a professional touch and an expert desginer’s hand (and eyes!). Finding the right designer is a lot like marriage -- find the wrong one and you'll be pulling your hair out and fleeing for the nearest exit. Find the right designer and you'll be in seventh heaven -- constantly coming back for more.
Working with a web designer can be stressful if you don’t know what to expect. Here are a few tips that can help you prepare.
The words brand and branding get thrown around a lot these days but it’s not always clear what the difference is. In fact, many creatives and entrepreneurs aren’t sure what exactly is a brand and what’s branding and why does that even matter. If you’re one of them, this video is for you.
Want to know the secret to a website that converts? I’ll give you a hint: It doesn’t matter how much you paid for the design, or if you have the latest and the greatest optin form and plugin installed.
Most people have no idea where to start when it comes to branding strategy. And, unfortunately, most of them equate their brand with a logo. So how do you develop your branding strategy?
When it comes to choosing the right Squarespace template for your coaching website, you might feel a little overwhelmed looking at all the available templates Squarespace has to offer.
If that’s the case, well, babe, you’re in the right place. I’ve played with Squarespace long enough to know which template offers what and how to go about choosing a template.
Creating a blog post template for your Squarespace blog is a huge timesaver and makes everything so much easier. Watch this video to see how you can easily do it too.
If you want a bit more control over your domain ownership and get a better price, then a third-party domain is exactly what the doctor ordered. In this video, I’ll show you how to connect a third-party domain to your Squarespace website.
I’ve already written how Squarespace is a great choice for creative entrepreneurs. Coaches, consultants, and strategists are just one niche example that fits that bill perfectly in my opinion and in this post, I wanted to showcase Squarespace website examples specific to the coaching and consulting industry.
Pinterest is more than “yet another social network”. It’s a search engine that can help you drive massive amounts of traffic to your website — when used correctly. One of the ways to use Pinterest correctly is to have multiple pin images per post and in this quick video, I’ll show you how to add multiple pins to your Squarespace blog posts without displaying them.
Adding content to your posts and pages with Squarespace is easy thanks to content blocks. In this part of the series, I’ll give you a brief overview of the different content blocks that are available on the Squarespace platform.
Squarespace makes it easy to style your website. The built-in style editor has more than enough settings to infuse your site with your unique style and personality. In this part of the series, I’ll give you a brief overview of the style editor options.
Now that we’ve covered how to get started and the pages options, it’s time to take a look at other settings Squarespace has to offer. In this part of the series, I’ll give you a brief overview of different settings that are available on the Squarespace platform.
Squarespace makes it easy for anyone to create a beautiful website, even if you zero coding experience or design knowledge. In this video, I’m walking you through the basics of signing up and starting your free trial with Squarespace.
Squarespace makes it easy for anyone to create a beautiful website, even if you have zero coding experience or design knowledge. In this video, I’m walking you through the basics of signing up and starting your free trial with Squarespace.
Squarespacemakes it easy as pie to build your own website. In this post, I want to share with you 9 reasons why Squarespace is a great choice for any creative entrepreneur.
So you’ve got yourself a shiny new website. Awesomesauce! But… now what? Learn what to do once your website is up and running so you can get noticed by your ideal clients.
I don’t know about you, but I love me some numbers. As much as I hate(d) math in school, that’s how much I love keeping track of my business statistics. Here’s the deal babe -- if you don’t keep track of these statistics, you won’t know how well you’re doing in business. And that’s no good. So grab my Brand Growth Spreadsheets and start tracking your numbers!
When you’re just starting out with your business, finding clients can be a constant struggle between being overbooked and staring at an empty calendar. In fact, it’s usually a reality for most business owners. If you want to break out of the feast and famine cycle, this one’s for you!
When you start out as a freelancer, one of the greatest challenges you face is finding new clients. More often than not, you probably rely heavily on word of mouth – and there is nothing wrong with that. It’s one of the most effective ways to grow your client base not to mention it’s free.
Social media strategy is more than scheduling status updates about your new post/product/service/what did your cat do today (although cats are super cute, I’ll give you that) and throwing in other people’s content.