My top 4 Squarespace collaborations
In my post about the 3 reasons why you need to make your website with Squarespace, I talk about the collaborations Squarespace has with other companies. I want to talk with you about my top 4.
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I wrote about this before, but I want to mention it again. This is my favorite collaboration. This is such an easy way to add great images to your website when you don’t have your own pictures. You just add an image block and search for the image you want.
This email marketing system has a direct link with Squarespace. You can add newsletter blocks to your website and link them directly to the audience you want in MailChimp. You don’t have to work with code or anything like that. Just add the block, click on MailChimp, and connect to your MailChimp account.
Squarespace also has its own email marketing system. Also easy to use, but it’s not that elaborate yet. If you have another email marketing system, like for instance Active Campaign or Convertkit, you can connect via Zapier. A little bit more complicated because you’ll need an account with Zapier, but still very doable.
Instagram and Twitter
These are, until now, the only two social media accounts where you can display your posts and tweets on your website. Just add the Instagram and/or Twitter block on your site and all your posts and tweets are visible as a carousel or grid.
When you have a restaurant you can add a possibility to add a reservation system to your website. This is only available for a couple of countries, such as Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the UK, and the US. So if you have an account with OpenTable it’s easier than using their own widget.
As you can read, there are a lot of easy ways to integrate other accounts you have to your website without using any code.
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