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How to make your Squarespace website SEO friendly

How to make your Squarespace website SEO friendly

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is the process of getting visibility of a website in the unpaid, so called “organic”, “natural” or “free”, search engine result. The higher a website ranks the better is its visibility. And when people search for something they mostly don't even go to the second page of Google's search results anymore. So of course everyone wants to be ranked on the first page of Google.

Organic search result means, everything that comes up when you type in a search word in Google and does not have the little AD sign in front of it.
SEO can not be done quickly and over night by just optimizing your website and you are done. But instead it is a long term process of consistency. However you can set up your site optimized for SEO.

Overview of Squarespace and how to update content on your website

Overview of Squarespace and how to update content on your website

When you read this blog post you have either decided that you want to design your own Squarespace website or a designer has build a website on Squarespace for you. Now I want to give you an overview of the backend of Squarespace and how to update your website yourself.

Squarespace is very simple and easy to use. First of all you don’t have to worry about any updates like you would for example with Wordpress. Squarespace does all updates for you. And secondly in order to change or update content you simply need to use their drag and drop feature.

So the only maintenance you need to worry about is updating your content, may be blogging and monitoring your sites performance through the internal Squarespace analytics section or through Google analytics.

In this post I would like to concentrate on the Pages tab as this is where you actually update your website. Once you click on there your screen will look something like this:

Difference between a blog and a website

Difference between a blog and a website

Hi everyone,

it's Monday again and time for my next blog post!

This time it's about another topic that I really wanted to address and write about as I get this question asked so many times from my clients. What is actually the difference between a website and a blog?

People get confused about this a lot and when I am working with a client and we mix the words blog and website all the time, there is bound to be confusion and misunderstandings. So today I want shed some light on this and explain the difference between a blog and a website to you.

Not only for the end-user but also for a website/blog owner. And I hope this will help you all and my future clients to have less misunderstandings.