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tomedmac

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  1. I second that. I made the mistake of creating my member area before checking on this. Now I have a member area that anyone can become a member of. I need some control over who can and cannot become a member as my payment structure is done outside of the SQSP environment. I don't think directly linking to the member area via email all the time is an acceptable option.
  2. Site URL: https://www.tbd.com Background: I haven't yet built a site for a new brand because I'm trying to determine if SQSP is a good fit for them. Their product is a luxury RV Park and camping grounds. They're hoping to integrate with a popular industry platform for Scheduling and POS system called RoverPass. The problem: With RoverPass, you have to redirect a user from your site to a page they create for you on their site when they're interested in booking a campsite. The client wants this platform because it similar to an all-in-one system that basically handles all of their reservations. Question: Are there any other platforms out there that I should look into that allow you keep your customers on your site, but perhaps just provides an embed code to complete online registrations/bookings? Keep in mind that the platform should ideally have a focus on hospitality.
  3. Is there a difference between adding an original blog link to the "source url" section in a blog post vs. code injection of the snippet below? <link rel="canonical" href="https://example.com/blog/test-blog/" />
  4. Just one guy's opinion, but I think the most effective way for you to add this is by investing some time into learning how to work in Google Tag Manager. You can add the tag manager code to your website and from there you can setup your Google, Facebook, and other tracking pixels and events. Measure School is a great resource and they have a lot of free step-by-step tutorials on how to DIY this on Youtube.
  5. I've been doing some research and it looks like there are a few platforms that offer free options based on the number or responses you receive. If you think you'll receive less than 100 responses/month, then take a look at Google Forms, Survey Monkey, Fyrebox, or almost any other platform with a free version. All of these have options to embed directly onto your site. If you're particular about the branding of the quiz, then you'll likely have to opt-in to any of the paid version as that's usually a premium feature.
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