The Types Of Businesses That Thrive On Squarespace
If you’re wondering if Squarespace is good for your business, you’ve come to the right place! Also, I’d like to add that this is a really helpful question to have.
Knowing whether or not the Squarespace will support your business will help you make your decision. This is especially true if there’s a debate between Squarespace or WordPress, and maybe it’s WiX vs Squarespace.
So, here’s the deal:
There are many businesses that will do really well on Squarespace.
For creative entrepreneurs and small business owners, it’s possible to thrive on Squarespace.
Sure, it may seem easy for me to say because I’ve been working with the web for a while and have had my share of experience with a variety of platforms.
The real proof for me is in the words of clients, and not just mine. Other designer friends have really happy clients, too!
Many female-led businesses see a real-life manifestation of their business dream, and their chosen platform, Squarespace, is due in part to their success.
In this post, I’ve compiled a list of the types of business I’ve seen blossom on Squarespace. Take a look!
1. Service-Based Businesses
Coaches - Life, Businesses, Health and Wellness
Hospitality - Lodgings, Catering, Food and Beverage
Venues - Wedding, Music, Event
Health and Wellness Providers - Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Herbalists, Lightworkers, Yoga Instructors and Healers
2. Professional Services
Accountants and Bookkeepers
Real Estate Agents and Brokers
Interior Designers and Decorators, Architects
4. Product-Based Businesses
Clothing - New and Vintage
Accessories - Jewelry, Bags, Sunglasses, Shoes, Belts, etc.
Food and Beverage - wide variety including specialty items like juice or coffee
Art and Design
Anything that can be sold on Etsy or Shopify
5. Online Communities and Movements
6. Content Creators
7. The Arts
Squarespace supports a wide variety of small business endeavors; entrepreneurial pursuits that are in nature, creative; product-based businesses; service-based businesses; budding businesses done after the work hours of the main job; and even movements and causes can find support on Squarespace’s platform.
Squarespace doesn’t just serve the endeavor it also supports the visionary behind the businesses.
This platform is great for busy entrepreneurs. Individuals who do not have a lot of time or the desire to spend fiddling with their websites.
Solopreneurs and small teams can achieve a beautiful, functional website at a significantly lower cost and investment of time.
This cannot be said of other options.
Squarespace supports a wide variety of pursuits, intentions, and endeavors.
Many businesses, from small teams to solo professionals can achieve a great web presence with Squarespace.
Squarespace is good for small businesses and creative entrepreneurs because it saves both time and money.