Squarespace

Squarespace is a SaaS-based content management system (CMS) which is composed of a website builder, blogging platform and hosting service. The service allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites and blogs.Since launching in 2004, Squarespace has grown to 385 employees and millions of users have created websites on the Squarespace platform.
Posts about Squarespace
    • Are Website Builders the Next Big Growth Market in Local?

      One of the things I love most about the SMB software market is its evergreen nature. Unlike enterprise and, especially, consumer technology markets (anyone remember the hype of Pokemon Go?), small business technology markets tends to last a long time. A perfect illustration of this is the website builder market. Website builders have been around almost as long as the internet itself.

      Street Fight- 20 readers -
    • Are You Open to a New Content Management System?

      A couple years ago, 100% of our clients utilized WordPress as their content management system. Just two years later and that number has dropped by about a third. Since I’ve been developing and designing sites in WordPress for a decade now, I often look to that CMS because of a few reasons. Why We Use WordPress Incredible Theme variety and support.

      Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 14 readers -
  • Privy: Easy to Use, Powerful Features for On-Site Customer Acquisition

    …, ConvertKit, GetResponse, SendinBlue, ActiveCampaign, Mailigen, Soundest, Benchmark, Delivra, CampaignMonitor, ConvertKit, AWebert, Customer.io, Bizzy, Klaviyo, Drip, Bizzy, Mailup, ininbox, Mad Mimi, dotmailer, Feedblitz, Freshmail, Remarkety, Fishbowl, iLoyal, Slack and Adroll. How to Implement Your First Privy Campaign Here’s a 4-minute walkthrough, where Privy talks you through the basic steps of designing your first campaign. © 2016 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail Content- 31 readers -
  • Celebrity cybersquatting to feature in Super Bowl commercial [video]

    …-largest domain registrar, that Squarespace acts as a reseller for. Here’s the ad: In reality, Malkovich owns the the .com of his full name. He sells clothes there. However, he’s reportedly currently suing the owner of malkovich.com in France. Tweet Tagged: cybersquatting, malovitch, squarespace, super bowl, tucows …

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 21 readers -
  • Privy: Easy to Use, Powerful Features for On-Site Customer Acquisition

    …, ConvertKit, GetResponse, SendinBlue, ActiveCampaign, Mailigen, Soundest, Benchmark, Delivra, CampaignMonitor, ConvertKit, AWebert, Customer.io, Bizzy, Klaviyo, Drip, Bizzy, Mailup, ininbox, Mad Mimi, dotmailer, Feedblitz, Freshmail, Remarkety, Fishbowl, iLoyal, Slack and Adroll. How to Implement Your First Privy Campaign Here’s a 4-minute walkthrough, where Privy talks you through the basic steps of designing your first campaign. © 2016 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 42 readers -
  • New Alignable Rankings Shed Light on What SMBs Really Think of Tech Vendors

    …, GoDaddy is above Squarespace and Web.com mainly because of its favorably reviewed customer support. Small business owners are showing that they care more about being personally tended to and guided than they do about sheer usability, said Groves. Groves said that the SMB Trust Index will be released on a quarterly basis going forward. Nicole Spector is a contributor to Street Fight. …

    Street Fightin Facebook- 20 readers -
  • 3 Viral Sharing Tips for Your Squarespace Blog

    … Here at Basic Blog Tips, most of our blogging articles are focused on WordPress, but today we turn our attention to the topic of Squarespace. Squarespace offers a wealth of tools for building your blog or website. It was designed from the ground up with the intention of having features that other website builders lacked. In 2010, TechCrunch…

    Basic Blog Tipsin Social- 32 readers -
  • The High Cost of Web Design Failures is Too Common

    … When you read these two statistics, you’re going to be shocked. More than 45% of all businesses don’t have a website. And of the businesses that embark on building a site, 98% of them fail in publishing one at all. This doesn’t even count the number of businesses that have a website that simply isn’t driving leads… which I believe is another…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 28 readers -
  • Twitter Audience Insights: This Week in Social Media

    … to Better Integrate with Squarespace: Pinterest has “teamed up with Squarespace to make it simple for you to get your website and your Pinterest account set up for success.” Yelp Brings Boutique Shopping Directly on its Platform: Users can now “shop cool local boutiques directly on Yelp through [the] new Yelp Platform partnership with Shoptiques.com…

    Cindy King/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 31 readers -
  • A Belated, Catty Analysis of Sunday’s Super Bowl Ads

    … grow up,” he says, “because I died from an accident.” Oh. Shucks. At least Judd Apatow is giving you some attention, kid: “@someguy19: @JuddApatow pic.twitter.com/TejTNqsUeO”. That made me laugh. Apologies to the great kid actor. You rocked it. Bizarre ad! — Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) February 2, 2015 Weirdest ad/product fit: Toyota…

    Kieran Dahl/ The Content Strategistin Content- 40 readers -
  • The Best Branded Content of January

    … years, Newcastle has been the only brand willing to capitalize on that opportunity in a big way. Or maybe it’s just that they’re the only brand with Aubrey Plaza on their side. Throughout January, the Parks and Recreation star has been the perfect celebrity shill for Newcastle’s campaign to get a bunch of brands to band together and blow…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Social Content Twitter- 45 readers -
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