Ever heard that the best way to optimize your Squarespace blog posts is to load them up with keyword-rich tags and categories? I know it’s tempting to use as many as you can, but that strategy can actually hurt your site’s SEO instead of helping it.

May 10, 2022

Do web designers need to know how to code in 2022? It depends! Let’s break down the resources for designers who want to learn (or avoid) custom code.

April 19, 2022

my favorite tools, SquareKicker, is built for just that: creating stunning design and animation elements for your website without any custom code.

March 29, 2022

If you really want to streamline your inquiry process and track new clients with ease, the best way is to embed your Honeybook contact form onto your website. With both Squarespace or Showit, the process is super simple and quick, and it’ll save you tons of time in the long run.

Here’s how to get it done in less than ten minutes!

January 18, 2022

Showing up on Google isn’t always a good thing. Here’s how to hide those pages on your Squarespace site from Google and other search engines.

September 28, 2021

Have you ever found a 404 Error page on your site? Luckily, it’s easy to fix broken links on your Squarespace website using url redirects.

September 14, 2021

Squarespace and Showit seem to be the most popular website design platforms out there right now, and they’re totally different. So which is better? If you’re trying to decide between Squarespace and Showit, here’s my unbiased breakdown.

August 24, 2021

If you’re creating landing pages or sales pages, chances are you’ll want to remove the header from the top of the page. This keeps it looking clean and minimizes the chances of users bouncing around your site. Here’s how to remove the header from any (or every) page on your Squarespace site with just a little custom CSS.

August 3, 2021

I use Canva for *tons* of things in my business, but there’s one thing I won’t use it for: hosting my ‘link in bio’ page. While I still create the *design* in Canva, I always prefer to host these pages on my own website. Not only does it drive more traffic to my URL, but it also opens the door for *tons* of tracking capabilities. (You know I love data!) Here’s why you shouldn’t use Canva or Linktree for your ‘link in bio’ page *and* how to set up an alternative on your own site.

July 20, 2021

Instead of linking to another page, an anchor link can jump the user down to a particular section of a page, meaning less scrolling on their end. With just a little custom code, you can add endless anchor links and make your long-scroll pages easier to navigate.

June 22, 2021