We don’t have an SEO tool at the moment, but we're looking into getting one in the near future. For our blog, we’re using Squarespace. It used to be Ghost, but that was pretty basic. We’ve been using Squarespace for a year now and we like it. It is limited to an extent, but it serves our needs for the moment. It’s basic, but we can input some code and do simple things on a nice, clean layout, so we’re happy with it for the time being. We’ve dabbled with BuzzSumo and other things for idea generation and other things but I wouldn't say we use them regularly.
Marketing Manager - Techloop
Our website is on Squarespace, but we’re in the process of redesigning and switching to WordPress. I think it's easier to use. Squarespace is great for simple websites, but once you get into publishing a ton of content it wasn’t built to manage so much publishing and WordPress was always meant for that so it’s exciting to switch there.
Senior Manager of Audience Development - Girlboss
We use Squarespace for our blog, but we should probably get on Medium for extra distribution.
Founder & CEO - iFundWomen
We use Squarespace as our website and landing page.
Co-founder & CEO - Edquity
We have Squarespace, and it has a blog. In the future we are thinking of hiring someone to manage content.
Founder - Printabowl
Squarespace is pretty good and easy to get up and running on. We ended up moving some of our site to Squarespace.
Founder & CEO - Sproutling
We use Squarespace. We honestly adopted it because we saw the advertising but there are some limitations for using it with a subscription business. Overall, we are happy with it. I originally looked into CrateJoy but I did not like their pricing model. I think that if I was to use CrateJoy now, I would be spending hundreds of dollars more. But overall, it is a nice product and has a built-in CRM which is very useful.
Founder - GrandBox
We use two main platforms for content publishing and marketing. Squarespace powers our blog which is great because the marketing team can manage all aspects without tapping engineering resources. Beyond the blog, we’ve used Squarespace for marketing landing pages and other mini-sites. We also publish and syndicate content to Medium where we’re reaching a slightly different community. It’s an active community so with timely content you can occasionally pickup some virality. We can leverage different types of content in both places.
Founder - HandUp
We have our blog on Squarespace, but we are not very active.
Founder & CEO - VIVE
We have been back and forth with Squarespace. We initially started with Squarespace, but my partner wanted to use Strikingly. Then we moved our content to WordPress, and now we are back to using Squarespace. We plan to have our blog on Squarespace.
Co-founder - ElectroSpin University
We have a Squarespace blog, and our in-house content team publishes all of the content for us.
Co-founder - Sutro
Squarespace is really great, design-wise. They’re much stronger than something like WordPress. And from a design perspective, it’s very easy to use.
Co-founder - Mexicue
A number of our subsites are using Squarespace. I love Squarespace. It’s beautiful and really easy to use.
Managing Director - Impact Hub NYC
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