Posts tagged website
Squarespace Tip: How to get Squarespace to link to your Facebook Business Page (and NOT your personal page)

It's common for people to get hung-up on how to get the social icons on their Squarespace website to link to their Facebook business page and NOT their personal page.  

If you do nothing but connect your Facebook account from within the "Connected Accounts" area in the "Settings" menu, then Squarespace will simply link the icons to your personal account.  This is the default.

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It's time to say goodbye to Wordpress when...

Life is busy and trying to catch a couple hours to work on your business can be a tricky thing to pull off.

Family demands, day job demands, every-day-life demands.  They all grab a limb and pull you to the four winds.  So when you finally sit down at your computer, you want to get your work done.  

That's what makes it soooo frustrating when you login to your Wordpress backend and find that there's always something that needs your attention.

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Client Case Study: A website migration from Wordpress to Squarespace for Inspiring Creative Minds

Jennifer Harris is an editor, author and book writing coach.  She inspires and motivates upcoming authors with writing tips and inspiration in her online community called "Inspiring Creative Minds".  She also provides book editing services to authors through her business, Harris Hill Book Services.  She has an impressive list of past clients!

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Client Case Study: The beginning of an online presence for Monster Oil

Monster Oil is the brain child of three very talented trumpet players from the United States Coast Guard Band.  As brass musicians, they observed that the instrument lubricant market and their products left much to be desired... and so they decided that they could do better.  After years of research and testing, they came out with their own line of lubricants and marketed them with their own personal flair.  Their products continue to gain momentum in sales, and their monthly interview series on YouTube called, "Brass Chats," is a series that every brass player should be subscribed to.

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