Squarespace is one of the biggest website builders out there. The site often touts themselves as the website builder for blogs, portfolio sites and online stores especially, though other types of businesses have used it. Here are a few pros and cons to choosing Squarespace.
Squarespace offers over 100 different theme templates, optimized for mobile use. These templates completely adhere to all of Squarespace’s guidelines, making setting up the site an easier task.
Squarespace’s format also renders it optimal for blogging. Their comment function, multi-author function, and ability to schedule posts make blogging on the site an extremely efficient endeavor. You can even host a podcast on Squarespace.
The site’s live chat option makes it easier than ever to get tech support. The team is responsive and very customer friendly.
The website editor itself has a few usability issues. Instead of autosaving your work, Squarespace prompts you to save your own work, creating issues in instances of power outages or site crashes. Changes are implemented immediately after saving, which can be tedious when performing a large site update.
Squarespace also isn’t ideal for sites with deep menu hierarchy. There is only one option for sub-navigation.
Perhaps most importantly, Squarespace’s templates mark very low on Google’s page speed tool. This could create a poor user experience and affect your ranking on Google’s search engine.
If your business has a site on Squarespace that needs updating, Marstudio can help. If you’d like a new website on another builder, Marstudio also has the tools to bring that vision into reality. Contact us today to set up a consultation.
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