Posts tagged web development
How to convert website visitors into clients - video collaboration with Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick

Coming at you today with a really FUN video collaboration with my good friend Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick!

If you’ve ever wondered what sets a good business or professional website apart, what features and design strategies you can use to make sure your website converts like a dream, then you’ve come to the right place!

In this conversation, Louise and I talk about how to make sure your website converts visitors into clients. There are different strategies for services based business compared to e-commerce or websites that sell products, so we’re focused specifically on converting leads for your services based business through your Squarespace website here.

Hit play on the video or read the post below

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9 Creative Ways to Use Squarespace's Announcement Bar

The announcement bar is one of my favourite marketing features that’s built into Squarespace’s platform.

It’s an easy and effective way to customize a website and make sure that visitors are presented with important information.

There are so many creative ways you can use Squarespace’s announcement bar but ultimately it comes down to promoting a specific call-to-action (CTA). It’s a wonderful way to get that information in front of your audience right off the bat, on every page of your website.

You can set it up in a few simple clicks but the real fun begins when you start customizing your message. Get creative and have fun with it!

Let’s take a look.

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Everything you need to know about Squarespace Page Titles

What makes up a website? Do you think of a collection of pages that display a variety of content? If we agree that a website is something along those lines, the next question to ask yourself is how does a visitor move around the site?

First off, there’s the home page where visitors initially land on your website. From there they navigate around to different pages of the site. Users often hop between pages by clicking through to the content they’re looking for, and that’s often indicated by the Page Title. For example, if you want to read the blog, you’ll click the “Blog” link. Or if you want to shop a brand’s products, you might click “Shop” or “Products”.

As a website owner, your goal is to make it as easy and straightforward as possible for visitors on your site to access the information they’re looking for.

This is where Page Titles come in!

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