How to upload & host your freebies on your Squarespace website

There are times when you may want to upload a file to Squarespace to be hosted there. For example, if you’ve made a freebie pdf you want a place to keep it so that you can let your subscribers have a link for them to get access to it and download for their own use. This is where hosting files on Squarespace comes in very handy because you can give the file it’s own URL (or web address) and that’s the link you can give to your subscribers.

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On being 40 in business - not a boss babe

In February 2018 I started a new business, in an area that’s pretty new to me.  I’m a Squarespace website designer.  I also do modern calligraphy and sell cards and prints; make and sell lampshades; am a wife and mum to two girls, and just about manage to run the house.  Nothing unusual there really - we’re all juggling our lives to some extent or other.

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How to resize your images for your Squarespace website

There's no doubt that Squarespace treats images beautifully and showcases them so well on your website.  However, you need to make sure you get a few things right before you upload your images, which will make life easier later on.  Nothing too onerous! But it’s good to get into a routine of remembering which size your images should be so that you can have all of that ready in advance.

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Launching this business - learning a lesson or two

Quite unlike me, I built up to launching Bloom Lettering in a very ordered and pretty structured way.  Usually, and what I've done in the past, is to rush head long into launching a website with no real plan. This time it has had to be different - yes, I could have published a website three months ago but it would have been completely empty!  I literally had nothing ready.  As a consequence I've realised a few things and accepting them has made the whole process much less painful.

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