If you read Four Must-Haves For your Domain Name, then you know it's getting really difficult to get that perfect domain name for your brand or business. In today's post, we're giving strategies to make the next best thing work out awesome for you, including a few case studies.
It is getting harder and harder to get a dot com domain name. And if it's even available for you, it's probably coming with a premium four-figure price tag. How disappointing is that?! I've been there and many of us have been there.
Heck, it's why there's a hyphen for skill-space.com.
I see a lot of people going through this themselves and there is a lot of conflicting advice on which direction people should go: just have a really long domain name to get that prestigious "yourcompanyname.com" or choose another extension.
I love Squarespace. I work a lot with other website builders, but Squarespace is my favorite. It's a happy medium between the others providing a closed-source, high-quality system for DIY website builders.
But, that doesn't mean only smaller scale businesses use Squarespace. While WordPress might be the main name out there, companies like Pixar Animation Studios, Fast Company, Lyft and Sophia Amoruso's #GirlBoss all use Squarespace.
Let's dive into the reasons Squarespace IS for you: