Over the last few months I've fallen completely in love with Squarespace and Leadpages! I use leadboxes in every post where there's a free download. If you're using Squarespace and Leadpages, but don't quite have a grasp on how to put them together seamlessly this tutorial is for you! I'm going to teach you how to quickly integrate Leadpages Leadboxes in to Squarespace so the boxes pop up right over your website when your reader clicks on a button or image.
If you like getting your tech tutorial in video because it's easier to see each step, you're in luck! I recorded this quick 6 minute video for you that walks you through the three ways to integrate Leadboxes in Squarespace.Read More
When I started as a freelance designer in 2012 I’m going to be honest, I basically gave away my blog designs and I started on Etsy. As my portfolio grew, my rates went up and I moved to my own site and stopped selling my services on Etsy. When that time came I had to find a new way to invoice clients on my own. Paypal was the first payment system I used to invoice my clients. It was something I had used for years from buying and selling online, I already had an account and I was just comfortable with it.
Then over the course of the last few years I strayed. I tried several different ways to collect payments like Freshbooks (love) and Wave (don't love) and a few others that I can’t remember off the top of my head. But recently I came back to my tried and true method: Paypal. Truth be told, I don’t invoice clients a lot these days. I’m working on diversifying my income and moving away from doing design work for clients so I decided it was silly to pay a monthly fee when I could do it straight from Paypal with just the transaction fee (that every payment processor will charge you).
If you haven’t tried Paypal for invoicing yet, do it! It’s simple. It’s free of a monthly subscription fee. People know the name and trust it.Read More