I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t love Squarespace 7.1 when I first tried it. I didn’t know where everything was and I couldn’t easily make my usual edits. But after building a few websites on the platform, I can happily say I’m back to my quick workflow and *so* glad I made the switch.
If you’re hesitant to make the switch to Squarespace 7.1, you’re in luck! I’ve created a total breakdown of everything Squarespace added (and took away) so you can make an informed decision before migrating your site.
If you want your blog posts to appear in organic Google searches, you need to optimize them! SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is the process of adjusting your blog post settings and content so Google will pull it as a search result.
Lucky for us, it’s super easy to optimize your Squarespace blog, and you can do it all through your dashboard. Follow these five tips to get started.
I’ve been developing websites for years now, and I know the power of a great homepage. A strong homepage – one with good SEO, a clean layout, and engaging content – means more site visitors, more inquiries, and more clients. What’s not to love?
Squarespace, my site builder of choice, makes it easy to optimize your homepage. Here’s how to create strong SEO on your Squarespace homepage and get your site one step closer to the first page of Google.
Customizing your site with just a few small changes can set your site apart and give it a more finished, professional feel. One of the easiest ways to do this is by changing your Squarespace browser icon or favicon.
Follow these steps to design a free browser icon in Canva and easily add it to your Squarespace site.
Social Sharing Images are small thumbnail image(s) that are displayed when you post your site link on any social media channel (including Facebook) or in text messaging.
Don’t fret, they’re super easy to add in Squarespace. While it’s optional to add one, adding a social sharing image is a great way to control and add influence to how a social post links to your site and what is looks like.
If you’re reading this, you’ve most likely already built your website with Squarespace 7 and you loved how easy it was to drag and drop elements around your website plus customize your site styles along the way.
Squarespace 7.1 is the new shiny object and you’re wondering if it’s worth it to make the switch, and if it is, what does switching to Squarespace 7.1 actually look like?