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nutfarmer

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  1. Hello, I have a large wordpress site that I am migrating to squarespace. My marketing manager is begging (pleading) with me not to do it: Because putting 301 directs on all our blog posts will hurt our traffic, and make Google have to re-search over 1,000 pages. (website.com/blog/nut-farming v. website.com/nut-farming) Question: if I move to an enterprise squarespace membership, am I able to get my developer to hard code this change, instead of using 301 directs? It would seem an impediment for established blogs to move over to what is in most other factors a great CMS. Many thanks for your thoughts and replies, Nut Farmer.
  2. Update: I just heard back from Squarespace. Squarespace email campaigns cannot manage more than 250,000 emails per month, so it's a 'no go'. That's a shame -- it could have been a way to take it up to Mailchimp.
  3. Hello, I'm looking to simplify my business and plan to move my site over to Squarespace. I would also like to move across my weekly text based email newsletter. The problem is that I have a list of 400,000 subscribers (all double opt in). That's 1.6 million emails a month! (I'm currently with Infusionsoft, but it's overkill -- -- we don't need tagging, and we aren't an ecommerce store -- it's a simple weekly text email broadcast). I've reached out to Squarespace Select, but they've been slow to respond. Questions: Would Squarespace email be able to handle this volume? Does anyone else have any experience with large lists? Anything else I need to know about the Squarespace email platform? Thanks Farmer
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