{Video} Making a Resource Library using Squarespace and ConvertKit

First, I’m going to go ahead and assume that you know how important it is to be growing your email list. You’re obviously a super-smart entrepreneur, so even if you’re not totally sure why this matters, just take a look at my Beginner's Guide to Email Marketing and you’ll be up to speed in no time.

If you’re already growing your email list by offering one or more lead magnets on your site (so, people are giving you their email address in exchange for free content like a downloadable checklist or cheat sheet, an ebook, maybe an audio training or webinar, etc.), then today’s video is right up your alley.

I’m going to show you one simple way to fast-track your list-building efforts: adding a resource library to your website using ConvertKit.

These value-packed pages are popping up left and right on lots of incredible business owners’ sites. And that’s because resource libraries work when it comes to significantly increasing your list size. I mean, think about it -- when you’re browsing someone’s site, clicking “resources” can feel a little like Christmas morning, am I right? You’re excited to discover all the cool tools, helpful guides and fun freebies that await you.

People love diving into a well-done resource library. In this video, I’ll show you exactly how to create your own.

**For this video I’m using Squarespace and ConvertKit, but adding a resource library is definitely doable if you’re working with WordPress and/or another email service provider. These steps will give you some good ideas about how to get started, If you want to try ConvertKit,