Squarespace Review: Everything You Wanted To Know About Squarespace

In this Squarespace Review、I’ll give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about whether or not you should use Squarerspace to build your website.

I’ll attempt to provide you with factual information rather than personal opinion. The reason being that my opinions are based on biases and don’t give you an accurate picture of everything Squarespace has to offer.

That being said, at the very end of the review you’ll find a section entitled, “My Experience With Squarespace“, where I give my honest opinion of what I think about the platform.

To get started, take a look at this short introduction video to get a feel for what they’re all about…

How To Use This Guide

For ease of navigation, I’ve divided the review up into the following sections. You can jump directly to a section that interests you by clicking on the link provided in the “Table of Contents” below.

You’ll also find a link entitled, “Table Of Contents”, at the end of each section, which will take you back to the Table of Contents section you see below.

Why Was Squarespace Created?

Squarespace was started way back in January, 2004 by Anthony Casalena. Squarespace released the 3rd version of their platform in July of 2012, which was dubbed, Squarespace 6.

Casalena first created Squarespace out of his personal frustrations with other website builder platforms. However, you might be surprised to hear that the main objective that Squarespace has for their website builder is NOT “ease of use”.

That’s right. While they are proud of the fact that the platform is easy to use; they have two other goals in mind that compliment the other nicely.

Here’s what a public relations specialist was recently quoted as saying…

“We absolutely believe we are an easy to use platform, however, you do have to invest some time in the beginning to learn the platform and its many features. We offer many resources (including live workshops, live chat, and 24/7 email support) on help.squarespace.com. Once you get used to the platform, it’s a snap… and even fun to use.”

To summarize, Squarespace is aimed at providing the following:

  1. A powerful tool.This is probably the most important objective.Squarespace wants to give the user the tools they need to create the website they want. Now, if you’re trying to build a simple, basic website, then your tools are going to match those needs.

    However, if you’re trying to build a powerful site with great functionality; then you need to have a powerful suite of tools to accomplish that task.

  2. Easy to learn.Now, just because the platform isn’t easy to use out of the box, doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to learn how to use.Squarespace makes sure it’s users have the resources they need in order to learn how to use the tools properly and take full advantage of the power of the platform.

    Squarespace offers a great knowledge base along with guides and even peer-to-peer forums, all providing users with a place they can get their questions answered promptly and professionally.

  3. Fun to use.Not only do they want you to successfully build your website, they want to make sure you have fun doing it.They do this by giving you the tools you need to create a beautiful website without being a programmer or web designer. All the while using an interface that doesn’t create frustration.

    They also make sure you have all the support you need along the way.

Let’s dig a little deeper and see how well they’ve accomplished those three things.

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Who Is Squarespace For?

So you’re probably starting to wonder… “Is Squarespace right for me?”

There’s a lot of platforms out there for building your website, but how do you know which one is right for you.

I think there are four important factors to consider when trying to pinpoint which will meet all of your needs.

  1. The type of website you want to build.
    Squarespace is more suited to a certain type of website. Most of their templates work well for blogs and portfolio type websites. More specifically, these types of websites do well with the Squarespace templates.
    • eCommerce
    • Artists
    • Designers
    • Photographers
    • Bloggers
    • Small Business
    • Restaurants
    • Musicians
    • Weddings
    • Churches
  2. Your experience and natural ability.
    As mentioned previously, Squarespace can help you build a professional site through a powerful point-and-click, drag-and-drop interface. They also provide amazing technical support, should you need it.
  3. How much time you want to spend.
    If you don’t want to spend a lot of time building your site, then Squarespace helps you out by providing 25 beautifully designed templates to start working with. Most just pick their favorite template; make use of the default layout; and then add their own content.
  4. How much money you want to spend.
    Squarespace isn’t the cheapest website builder out there, but you do get what you pay for. And with Squarespace, it appears that the value they provide more than justifies the slightly higher price.

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How Does Squarespace Work?

The Squarespace interface has a Layout Engine along with three different modes that you can change between depending on what you’re trying to accomplish.

  • Layout EngineThe current layout engine is the second version that Squarespace has released, and according to user reviews, it provides even more control, allowing you pin-point customization of your templates with the click of the mouse.Here’s a short video showing it in action…

  • Edit ModeThe Squarespace “Edit Mode” allows you build your pages through the use of “Insert Points”. Insert Points are specific places on the page where you can place content blocks and then add different types of content such as: text, images, video, forms, etc.This is what Edit Mode looks like…

    Squarespace Editor

  • Style ModeThis mode allows you to adjust the design elements on your site. You can change the fonts, colors, and sizes. You can also make adjustments to the alignment, size and position of elements such as: borders, backgrounds or even add your own CSS style sheet.This video will give you an idea of how you can use Style Mode…

  • Preview ModePreview mode does exactly what it sounds like. It gives you a preview of your website after you’ve made your changes, and before you publish them to go live on your site. This feature helps you check your work before showing it to the world.Here’s a look at Preview Mode…

    Squarespace Preview Mode

The benefit of having 3 different modes is that it leaves the interface uncluttered with tools that you aren’t immediately using in that specific phase of building your website.

This allow you to focus on one task at a time and complete it before moving to the next mode. And Squarespace makes it very easy to switch between modes with a icon in the bottom, right-hand corner.

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How Much Does Squarespace Cost?

Squarespace keeps it simple by offering 3 different plans you can select from when signing up. Each one has it’s own distinct feature set and you should be able to easily find one that fits your needs and budget.

Three plans to keep it simple…

Squarespace Pricing

Below is a summary of the three plans and their prices…

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As you can see, the longer you pay for up front, the cheaper your per month cost.

In fact, you can save 25% by paying 2 years in advance and take an additional 10% off by entering the official Squarespace coupon code, “GIMME10” when you check out.

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Squarespace Resources

Next, let’s take a look at the resources that Squarespace will give you with each plan. All three plans are very affordable, and offer adequate resources for the intended use of each.

  • PersonalThis plan is great for a personal blog or a portfolio type website. If you have a product, such as an ebook, or want to accept donations on your site, then this plan is perfect for you.
  • ProfessionalThe Professional plan is a step up from the Personal and offers “Unlimited” resources such as pages, bandwidth and storage space.You can sell up to 20 products with the fully integrated eCommerce solution. It’s also a better choice if you’re a developer and need control over the HTML and CSS.
  • BusinessThis plan is designed for those who want to establish an ecommerce shop. It provides you with integrated accounting, label printing and real-time shipping.You can sell unlimited products and have unlimited contributors for your site. That’s really helpful if you need multiple accounts for those who are working for you.

Let’s compare them side by side…

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While it may seem like the Personal plan has some strict limitations, it’s actually quite adequate as well as liberal in the allotment of bandwidth and storage compared to the resources that other website builders have to offer.

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Squarespace Features

All Squarespace plans include these basic features that give you the power to create a professional site without any coding or design experience.

You’ll find that other website builders offer similar features, however, my experience has been that the Squarespace is always at least one level above the rest.

  • Peer1 Cloud HostingSquarespace provides rock solid, high-speed hosting built on Peer1’s cloud architecture. If you ever have any doubts about their reliability, read this story about how they kept their New York data center alive in the aftermath of hurricane Sandy. Let’s just say, you’ll be in good hands.
  • Aviary Image EditorWithin the Squarespace interface, you’ll be introduced to a suite of powerful image editing tools.Here’s what that panel of tools looks like…

    Squarespace Image Editor

    As you can see, not only can you do basic operations such as crop, resize and rotate your photos; you can also enhance and change the brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness. Then to finish, apply some special effects to remove red eyes, whiten teeth or cover up blemishes.

  • Form BuilderEvery website needs a form. Most don’t have them because they’re so difficult to build and implement. If you’ve ever endeavored to create a form on your own, you’ll be forever grateful for the form building tool that Squarespace has designed.Here it is in all it’s glory…

    Squarespace Form Builder

    Notice that you can configure your form from 18 different field types, and then choose where you want to store the data as you capture it.

    Very cool!

  • AnalyticsSquarespace recently introduced their improved analytics platform.Take a look…


    It provides you with a sophisticated tracking platform that will help you follow your visitors’ activity on your site and give you insights to help you improve content.

  • eCommerceWhether your a non-profit accepting donations, or you have a full-blown store, Squarespace provides you with the templates, shopping cart and payment resources you need to do business online. And if you’re already using another third-party service that you can’t live without, chances are, Squarespace already plays nicely with it – Shopify, Etsy, Xero and ShipStation – just to name a few.
  • Content BlocksBlocks are used for building the foundation of your website. They can be placed in almost any location, and can contain almost any type of content imaginable. With almost 20 varieties of blocks in total, you can place anything from Audio to Video and anything in between.
  • Mobile AppsSquarespace provides a Manager app for editing and managing your blog from either an iOS or Android device. Use the Note App to send notes to your blog or other applications like Evernote. Even check your site’s traffic stats with the Squarespace Metrics App.
  • Languages
    Squarespace offers three different ways to implement a multilingual website. Unfortunately, the interface is currently only available in English.

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Squarespace Integration and Compatibility

Chances are you already have a few third-party apps that you use on a regular basis. If that’s the case and you’re probably wondering whether or not you can use them with Squarespace, just check the list below and hopefully you’ll find them there. If not, don’t despair, you they’re always adding new ones and may see it sooner than later.

  • Google +1 Button
  • Google Authorship
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Adsense
  • Google Translate
  • Google Fonts
  • ShipStation Label Printing
  • Xero Business Accounting
  • Stripe Payment Processing
  • Apple Touch Icon
  • SimplyBook.me
  • YouCanBook.me
  • Etsy
  • MLS Search
  • GoToWebinar
  • BookingBug
  • Bookeo
  • Wufoo
  • Hipmob
  • Shopify
  • Mailchimp
  • Typekit
  • Animoto
  • Disqus


WordPress Import/Export

It should also be noted that you can import or export your whole website to and from WordPress and Squarespace. Both platforms use an XML file to export and import the data.

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Squarespace Design

If you’ve ever worked with WordPress or another website builder, you probably know how difficult it is to get your site to look the way you want it to. With Squarespace that’s not the case, and here’s why:

  • Professional TemplatesAs previously mentioned, Squarespace gives you 25 professionally designed templates to work with. They are clean, intuitive and make it easy for you to customize with your own text and imagery. In fact, they look so good out of the box, I never have to make any CSS adjustments like I usually do with WordPress themes.Here’s what their templates look like…

    Squarespace Templates

  • Responsive DesignAll Squarespace templates are fully responsive, which means that they’ll resize and look good on mobile phones and tablet PCs. In fact, Squarespace gives you a “Mobile Preview” mode which allow you to see what your site will look like on a mobile device.

So whether your setting up shop online, beginning your blogging career, or simply displaying your artistic work; you’ll be able to do it in style with the tools Squarespace provides.

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Squarespace SEO

Rand Fiskin, CEO of the most respected online, SEO community, was quoted as saying…

“The Squarespace team has put together a remarkable platform. Every aspect of their product – user experience, featureset, SEO friendliness, design and more – all work together to create one of the few content management systems I’m proud to recommend.”

With an endorsement like that, it’s fairly safe to say that Squarespace is taking the right steps to ensure their platform performs well from an SEO perspective.

Here are just a few things that Squarespace does to ensure your website is SEO friendly.

  • They make sure that your site has clean HTML markup.
  • They give you full control over your page titles.
  • They automatically build a sitemap.xml file.
  • They generate meta tags for all pages.
  • They create a robots.txt file.
  • They generate proper alt tags for images.
  • They use rel=”canonical” to fix multiple references.

One last SEO service that Squarespace provides is they make sure your URLs match exactly if you move your site from another platform such as WordPress.

Basically, they take care of all the important SEO stuff so you don’t have to.

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Squarespace Support

Squarespace has a great reputation for helping their customers when they need it most. And with the number of support options they provide, it’s easy to see why that’s the case.

Here’s a look at the Support home page…

Squarespace Support

If you ever get stuck, there are real people who care and will respond to your questions. And it’s always good to know you’ll get an answer from someone within an hours time. Here are the ways you can contact support.

  • Help Ticket
    Submit your questions via their ticketing system, and get a reply 24/7, in less than an hour.
  • Live Chat
    Get online and chat with a support representative, Monday through Friday 8am to 7pm Eastern.
  • Squarespace Answers
    Post your question in this peer-to-peer forum dedicated to answering questions about the Squarespace Platform.
  • Workshops
    Squarespace offers these extended video walkthroughs that range from 30 minutes to 1 hour long.
  • Knowledge Base
    Answers to most questions can quickly be fount in these in-depth articles and videos on anything Squarespace.

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Squarespace Shortcomings

Squarespace isn’t perfect by any means.

Below you’ll find a list of shortcomings that either myself or others have discovered with Squarespace. Most of them aren’t that serious for the average person, but some may be a “deal breaker” if you have very specific needs.

  • Navigation
    For some reason, they only allow 2 levels of navigation – the main level, and then one sub-level below that. It’s never been an issue for me, but others have expressed disapproval of this limitation.
  • Interface
    If you ever want to alter the HTML or CSS of your Squarespace site, it can get a bit annoying when moving between the WYSIWYG and HTML editors as they’re not in the same place. A minor inconvenience, but something to point out, nonetheless.
  • Compatibility
    While Squarespace is compatible with almost every modern type of web browser, it appears that Internet Explorer 8 and older are not supported. Only a very small percentage of people still use those versions, but for some organizations, it’s a deal breaker.
  • Email
    Unfortunately, Squarespace doesn’t hand out email accounts with your website’s hosting. As such, you’ll have to set it up on your own with one of the recommended third-party apps/services like: Outlook, Google Apps, Yahoo Business Email or Zoho Mail.

That’s all I’ve found for now, but will add others to the list if they come up. If you have any that you’d like to point out, please do so in the comments below.

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Squarespace Alternatives

Squarespace isn’t a “one shoe fits all” solution for website development. There are many different factors that will influence your choice of website builder.

If, after reading this Squarespace review, you just don’t feel right about giving them a try, then you might want to look at one of these other content management systems.

  • Weebly
    WeeblyWeebly is very similar to Squarespace in that it works well for building the same types of websites. The interface is a little easier to get used to, but won’t provide the powerful features that you’ll find in Squarespace.
  • Shopify
    ShopifyIf you’re looking for an ecommerce solution, but don’t like what Squarespace has to offer, check out Shopify. They’re one of the most popular as they offer a very similar stylish yet powerful ecommerce solution.
  • WordPressWordpressYou’ve probably heard of WordPress before, but maybe never tried it. It’s a self-hosted content management system that give you more options and more control over the functionality of your site. The learning curve is a bit steeper than Squarespace, but if you can stick with it, it may be just what you’re looking for.

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My Experience With Squarespace

Before reading the information below, it should be noted that I am only one person. My background is different from yours and as such, my experience with Squarespace may differ from yours.

To be completely honest, I’ve never used Squarespace to build a website that I published online. I’ve only played around with the interface and tested the different features to build a mock-up website.

I found the interface to be very intuitive from the get go, and after a brief period of experimentation, felt very comfortable navigating my way around.

The templates I worked with were all beautiful out of the box, and I didn’t feel the need to make many customizations like I normally do with WordPress themes I work with. That’s a huge benefit because that usually takes the most time, as it requires editing CSS and sometimes PHP.

I really enjoyed playing with the content blocks, and especially liked the one that lets me add custom code.

I was completely satisfied with both the functionality and design of the website I was able to build. I rarely found something that I wanted to do but was unable to execute.

If you have already used Squarespace and have something to share with others, please leave a comment below.

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Squarespace Test Drive

Squarespace is smart. They don’t want to waste your time and they certainly don’t want to waste their time either.

So here’s what they offer…


They make it really easy to sign up and even help you start building your site right away.

With 14 days, and that kind of support, you should be able to build your website before you even spend a dime on it.

If you’ve never taken a serious look at Squarespace, I’d recommend at least taking their free trial for a spin to make sure you don’t miss out on something.

Squarespace Free Trial

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10 Responses

  1. Hi Todd, very thorough review of Squarespace! I too fell in love with SS when I “discovered” it about 4 yrs ago. SS has a ton going for it. I especially like their Mac-like approach. But the more I used it, the more I encountered its frustrating “shortcomings.” One of the biggest is their decision to drop, without warning, their file manager when they came out with SS v6. And unless they added a file manager back in SS v7, they still don’t have one. This is a deal killer for anyone, especially businesses, that need to upload files for downloading (i.e. pdf or Word files of articles, reports, etc). And as others have noticed, SS has become less business-friendly. Their target market now seems skewed towards artsy / portfolio sites. By the way, I noticed that you’ve compared Wix, Weebly and SS. Have you ever reviewed LightCMS or Zoho Sites? I find both to be very competitive to the others, and I recently built a site using Zoho Sites and was very impressed with it, especially considering they only charge $39/yr (and I think that’s for up to six sites). And in my personal opinion (I’m not a web designer), WordPress is a great option only if you can have a professional web designer build and maintain it. WP is too much like golf, seemingly easy to learn, but frustratingly impossible to master!

    1. Hi Scott,

      Thanks for taking the time to leave such a valuable comment.

      I wasn’t aware that Squarespace ever had a file manager. That’s too bad that they removed that feature.

      Although, I think I can understand why they probably got rid of it. Downloading files takes a lot of bandwidth, and at some point, it just becomes too much of a burden on the system.

      For example, I don’t host my guide on my hosting platform, I upload it to Dropbox and then give users the link to download from there. It’s just too big of a file, and a file hosting service works much better for something like that.

      Thanks for mentioning LightCMS and Zoho Sites. I’ve heard of LightCMS before, but just haven’t had the time to check it out. It looks pretty promising, and so does Zoho Sites. I’ll have to try to do a review on both in the future.

      I’d have to agree with your analogy between golf and WordPress. It can be a bit of a challenge at times.

      Thanks again for adding your 2 cents here.


  2. Hi Todd,

    You’re very welcome. I get that no website builder can “have it all,” and that everyone’s needs are a bit different. But SS did have a file manager and then removed it w/out warning or before getting feedback from its users. So all of us who had built SS sites using their file manager, got totally caught off guard and screwed. It’s one thing to not have a certain feature, and another thing to have it for years, and then suddenly yank it away. That was a serious breach of trust, plus a reminder of the unforeseen bad things that can happen when you’re relying on an all in one website service like SS.

    I respect but can’t agree with having to use yet a different service just for hosting files. Among the many issues, it undermines your SEO and your branding, plus it requires yet another task.

    Also, your review says that SS “recently released the 4th version which has been dubbed, Squarespace 7.” Did you mean v6? I hadn’t heard about v7 and couldn’t find any info about it online either.

    By the way, I didn’t know you posted a reply until I happened to revisit your site. Aren’t commentators automatically notified of new comments and replies?

    Thanks and keep up the good work!


    1. Hey Scott,

      I understand, and would have to agree with what you’re saying about Squarespace taking the file manager away. They should have just stopped offering it but allowed those who already had access to it to continue using it.

      That’s not cool at all. And yes, it is a reminder that you are at the mercy of these website builder services when you use them to build and manage your site. That’s definitely one of the downsides.

      I would have to agree that having to host your files elsewhere undermines your SEO efforts and adds another task. I guess I was thinking about my guide as an example. It’s just too large to host on my server, and if you’re paying for bandwidth, it becomes more economical to host it elsewhere.

      Thanks for catching the mistake with “Squarespace 7”. I’m not sure how that got in there, but I’ve corrected it and will have to be more diligent in my editing efforts next time. 🙂

      As for new comment notifications, some comment systems will allow you to select whether or not you want to receive them, but none of them do it by default as far as I know. Either way, I’m just using the native WordPress comments, and there’s nothing like that available (unless there’s a plugin out there somewhere).

      Thanks again for taking the time to follow up. I really appreciate your input!

      Take care,

  3. I’ve read this and I can say plainly, I don’t like what SS is trying to do. From the perspective of a developer, I feel that SS is doing what I refer to as “Code-Squatting.”

    The beautiful themes that they offer are not available in Developer Mode, so that you can edit the existing theme, or completely change it around… you get a bare bones folder with a few config files. Also, what doesn’t make sense, is that if a client hires to you to spin up something for them, but then they wish to have control after you turn it over to them, it’s all down the drain. You turn off the Developer Mode and you lose “ALL THE WORK YOU JUST DID.” I don’t understand the logic behind this.

    The developers of those themes are the “Specialists” that they refer to, and they are not cheap. On top of this, you cannot speak directly to a developer so as to ask them questions on bug fixes, and they refuse to give access to files used in the bug fixes for the templates. What does this mean? It means that if they roll out a bug fix that “breaks your site,” then they won’t give you access to the code to fix your site… you have to figure out they did and fix it yourself. What is the logic behind that?

    I would say based on these factors SS is really for two groups of users:

    A) You’re a person who doesn’t have a lot of content, or have simple to manage content, and you use the highly-restrictive, basic templates they offer you.

    B) You’re an organization who doesn’t care about handling the details involved in building the site, and don’t care about shelling out the $$$ for the premium services of the specialists… i.e., Squarespace’s in-house folks who basically have the back-end and tools on their own platform. There is a reason why certain answers don’t appear in their Answers site, and there is a reason why devs cannot take an existing template and reform it. It is a very restrictive platform, and I would highly advise people avoid it without getting full details about it first, and making sure you know the game they’re playing.

    WordPress is much better, because simply have control. At least if you’ll hire a developer who’ll work with you on cost, at least they aren’t restricted by the WordPress platform. SS doesn’t have support PHP or MySql, and as a developer, you stuck in the confines of their rules.

    1. Hey Seven,

      Thanks for contributing here. I completely understand and agree with what you’re saying.

      Fortunately, most people who use Squarespace won’t run into the problems you describe, as they aren’t going to be delving into the code themselves, or developing sites for clients. Most are just regular Joes who are happy to use the drag-and-drop interface that Squarespace provides.

      For a developer like yourself, WordPress is a better option as it gives you the control you want on every level.

      Thanks again for your thoughts.


  4. Thanks for such a great write-up. I’ve just started the process of building my own website and SS seems the way forward. About to watch your video on it too!
    I would love to know your thoughts about templates like Aviator that have a landing page with very little information. Do you think that it is slightly annoying for most people to come to a website for the first time with almost no information on it and have to click through? Or do you think it’s ok?
    Many thanks

    1. Hey Green,

      Thanks for taking the time to leave your comment. I appreciate it!

      I just took a look at Aviator, and if I were honest, I’d have to say that it’s not my favorite Squarespace template. That being said, I don’t think there’s anything terribly wrong with it.

      I think it’s okay to have just a little bit of info on the Home page, as long as it’s the right info that will help your visitors understand what your site is about and how it can help them. And Aviator has a very clear navigation menu showing in the upper, left-hand corner. So I think you’d be fine with it.

      I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions, especially after watching the video.


      1. The video was really great. Finally finished watching it after much interruption. Did it along with you both. Made it super easy.
        Thanks for the feedback re Aviator, will have another good look at all the templates.
        Slightly hesitating because SS doesn’t accept Paypal, but I think you can still redirect people there. So should be ok.
        Thanks again for such a lovely video!

  5. I have build many websites using Joomla, WordPress and Magento but Squarespace (and Lightcms, Wix, etc) have a great future. I can talk for hours on the pros and cons of all these systems but to give the difference in a few sentences for Squarespace.


    1. No need to update or maintain your websites core. This is the absolute best thing ever for so many people wanting a website but not having the time or skills to update the system every week (and backing up, and updating plugins and hoping it does not error)

    2. Real WYSIWYG. Ok, ok… still not perfect but much more intuitive. You can simply click and change things in the screen on your website. It makes working on your website much more pleasurable.

    3. Many features out of the box. No need to scour and test plugins that cost extra (if you have a good one).

    Biggest cons:

    1. If you ever need a feature that the system does not have you are stuck. If you use the built-in features and the forms feature can not do what you need it to do… you are stuck!

    2. You may still need someone with website skills to set up your domainname and dns settings.

    (3. Yes there is the sudden erasing of features by the Squarespace team but Joomla, WordPress and Magento can make a migration to a new version so difficult that you are forced to rebuild your complete website.)

    Please remember that as much as we want to compare a CMS to a house we live in the lifespan of software and your website in this case is not 10+ years. It probably wont even survive 5 years. And there are amazing innovations every year with new cms systems. For now Squarespace can have very handy features and fit your company and personal profile best but please stay tuned every year for new developments. It keeps you and your company innovative, fresh and up to date with modern technology that with these cloud systems did become a bit more user friendly…

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