Non-developers can use Squarespace and get a better website than what they’d be able to create without it. But will it be good enough to turn visitors into paying customers?
Spelling errors don’t mean you’re not good at what you do (unless we’re talking about the written word), though they do kick your professionalism down a notch. That’s not a big deal, is it?
Squarespace is good – I’m really impressed with what they have to offer and have recommended it to clients. But to get professional results with Squarespace or any platform, you need pro help. Building a website is about so much more than code or pretty layouts. At least, it is if you want your business to succeed and grow.