Do you have a bunch of *AMAZING* reviews from your past clients or customers on Google? Wondering if they ever actually get read by your potential clients or customers? Social proof is an essential marketing tool. Let’s not let that compelling testimonial gold go to waste or get lost in an Internet black hole!
“Should I use Showit or Squarespace for my website?” This is a question we hear from many clients. And no wonder. Figuring out whether you should create a website using Squarespace or Showit is like trying to find a consensus over whether pineapple belongs on pizza or not.
So you’ve got a shiny new website? (Best. Feeling. Ever.). But is it showing up in search engine results? Contrary to popular belief, Google is not omniscient (shock horror, I know!). Google doesn’t magically know about every new website that is ever launched. It also doesn’t know when you’ve added a new page or deleted an old one. We have to tell it!
Creating a high-converting website may sound like black magic, but it doesn’t have to be. Thanks to Showit’s responsive interface, there are many simple ways to make sure your website is user-friendly and primed for conversions.
At Hello Magic, we are in love with Showit. We’re all about building beautiful websites that attract your dream customers and the only thing better than a gorgeous online home is a gorgeous online home that converts. To get the best of both worlds, you need to know how to optimise your Showit site for SEO.
Showit is a dream of a website platform. Both designers and business owners rave about Showit because it’s stupidly easy to use and presents very few limitations when it comes to design. But more than how fun and simple the platform is to use, Showit also offers a very interesting option when it comes to blogging.
We have created for photographers, florists, dietitians, psychologists, real estate businesses, clothing boutiques, beauticians, fashion labels, wedding vendors, event planners, and skincare and beauty products.