Pour qui ?
Squarespace est idéal pour toute personne ayant une idée à partager avec le reste du monde. Des artistes aux restaurateurs, en passant par les blogueurs et les concepteurs, Squarespace permet à tout le monde de créer une présence exceptionnelle sur le web.
Notes moyennes766 avis
- Note globale 4.5 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.5 / 5
- Service client 4.5 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.5 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.5 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de $12/mois
- Version gratuite Non
- Version d'essai gratuite Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Service de support permanent (réponse directe)
Support en horaire de bureau
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Squarespace a pour but de fournir des outils créatifs qui donnent une voix aux idées de chacun. Des designers qui créent la nouvelle génération d'expériences web et mobiles, à ceux qui gèrent pour la première fois leur propre présence en ligne, Squarespace propose des solutions élégantes qui définissent de nouvelles normes pour la publication en ligne. En concentrant ses efforts sur la fusion du design et de l'ingénierie, l'entreprise s'efforce de créer des produits durables qui accordent autant d'importance à la forme qu'à la fonctionnalité.
Squarespace - Fonctionnalités
- Carte de fidélité
- Comptes clients
- Configurateur de produits
- Gestion SEO
- Gestion de plusieurs magasins
- Gestion des canaux
- Gestion des catalogues
- Gestion des commandes
- Gestion des promotions
- Gestion des retours
- Gestion des stocks
- Panier d'achat
- e-mail marketing
- Content Import/Export
- Correction en temps réel
- Créateur de boutiques en ligne
- Fonction de glisser-déposer
- Gestion SEO
- Mise à jour automatique
- Online Booking Tools
- Pages de renvoi et formulaires web
- Pre-built Templates
- Survey Builder
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Publié le 19/10/2018
Best option for Small Businesses that aren't IT savvy
If you are a small business or a startup trying to get a professional web presence, or an existing company with a horrible website, don't believe the limitations of a decade ago and "pro" web developers and companies that create websites for you for a large sum of money with continuing maintenance costs. Website development sites like Squarespace allow for any moderately computer literate individual to create amazing looking professional websites and professional emails with little hassle. You don't need an IT department or a website developer, and honestly, your site will look better than many I've had created by corporate webdevs. The trick is that sites like Squarespace use templates that you choose and customize with your own content. The con is, while there are tons of options in templates, what you see is what you get and you can really only customize content and minor aesthetics like font, pages, color schemes, pictures, etc. However, the templates are gorgeous and modern designed sites that will make your website look cutting edge.
I've used several competitors, and while Wix is probably my next favorite due to customization, Squarespace is leagues better than any other site developer I've used, including Weebly, Wordpress, GoDaddy, Wix, etc. It is just so simple and the templates, while probably the least customization, are the prettiest ones available that add a professional touch you can't replicate in something like Wix. No IT, no problem.
Ease of use is unparalleled.
Templates are aesthetically unmatched by competitors- it's not even close.
The ability to switch between templates whenever you want is amazing.
Very professional feel to website with seamless G Suite integration.
Cost is very competitive.
Mobile optimized websites are lightyears beyond GoDaddy and Wix.
The templates are amazing, and there are a lot of choices, but if you don't like the options, you are stuck with what they have. Customizing is very limited within the Template framework, unlike Wix.
In order to be glitch-free and mobile optimized, the templates have very little customization.
Publié le 07/09/2018
Squarespace remains my top choice, but just barely.
Commentaires: I used to build my own sites - first manually then through Wordpress. I used to have a lot of security issues. Multiple hacks and breaches. Lost sites and downtime. I haven't lost a wink of sleep over a website since I signed up for Squarespace. For me, that's worth the money I pay. The software is beautiful, slick and simple (once you understand it - it's a bit quirky). But the cost keeps rising while other, cheaper options keep getting better. I still love Squarespace, but it's increasingly tough to recommend based on price.
Avantages: Squarespace is easy to set up (a site can be completed in an hour or less if you have all the info you need ready to go). Once a site is live, it rarely has any issues, becomes visible on Google fairly quickly, and there are no security worries to deal with as everything is hosted on THEIR servers, not mine. The templates are the best in the business and it's difficult to make a Squarespace site look ugly. Not impossible of course, but tough :) Drag and drop interface is great and integrations abound.
Inconvénients: Squarespace has become increasingly expensive, moving more and more features to higher and higher tiers. Their e-commerce options are great for a simple store with few product options, but you cannot change the image of a product when a customer selects a variation of that product - like a different colour of shift, for example. This was a deal-breaker on a recent project and drove us toward Shopify. Wix sites used to look terrible. They can now look pretty good (again, mileage may vary with templates and design skills). Bandzoogle has more features for bands at a better price point. Weebly has great design options. All claim easy drag and drop interfaces. All offer cheaper options than Squarespace for a similar feature set. Squarespace domains are free for the first year only. Then, thye cost more than many other options. I found that one out the hard way.