Squarespace offers plenty of functionality out of the box that helps you to create awesome-looking websites for your personal brand or for your business.
But sometimes this is not enough, and you crave for more functionality. And fortunately, there are a couple of ways to offer even better experiences to your audience.
What I’m talking about here are Squarespace integrations and Squarespace plugins that provide functionality that is not built-in into the platform.
Squarespace has plenty of options to offer when it comes to templates, at least when compared to many other site builders.
In this post, we are going to be looking at Squarespace templates, how to install them, how to change an existing template, and plenty of other things that you need to know about Squarespace templates.
Squarespace is probably one of the best known online site builders. This New York-based company has been around since 2003, and currently it has over 700 employees.
But what I’m mostly interested in is Squarespace’s pricing policy and how it compares with other site builders.
The differences between a blog and website might be obvious for some. But even though I have been online since the mid-nineties, the differences are still difficult to see.
Recently, I have been giving this question a thought because – and let’s be honest – if someone asked me about this, I wouldn’t be able to answer it.So, I set a goal to figure this question out, and I thought it would be a nice thing to share the results with you.