Squarespace Websites for College Counselors
Past Fix8 Media Client Returns for Squarespace Website Redesign
Staying Relevant in the College Placement Field Means Keeping Your Squarespace Website Current
Fix8 Media’s clients understand that keeping a website current and relevant requires routine maintenance. More than just updating content, blogging, and fact checking, keeping your business website looking fresh can occasionally call for a redesign. That was just the case with Fix8 Media longtime client College MatchPoint in Austin, Texas.
Having first designed a website for the educational consultants about five years ago, Fix8 Media has since launched a new Squarespace website for their sister company, Career MatchPoint. Built in the Squarespace Mercer template, the Career site was designed to appeal to Millennials, feature numerous calls to action throughout, and take advantage of the Squarespace toolset.
In an effort to bring the current College MatchPoint website up to date and better align it with the newer Career MatchPoint site, the Fix8 Media Squarespace website design team started by moving over to the Squarespace Mentor template. The home page features updated images, testimonials, maps of the firm’s two Austin locations, and numerous calls to action. Employing the popular Vcita scheduling software, which integrates seamlessly with Squarespace, the new website offers visitors the ability to schedule a consult right then and there—eliminating the need to wait to make an appointment.
Comprehensive service area pages go into detail on each of the college planners’ areas of expertise, while pages dedicated to the team and their process help interested parties get a great feel for their qualifications and specialties. With a newsletter sign up in the footer and a blog that makes excellent use of multimedia to share tips, advice, and stories, the new College MatchPoint Squarespace website is poised to continue the growing trend this business has seen since it launched its first Squarespace website five years ago.
Now that’s summa cum laude thinking,