I’ve been putting off and putting off writing about the latest iteration of Squarespace, known as 7.1. (Read the official info from the company here.)
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Squarespace chose to replace their vetted experts with 99designs, a company known for design contests and auction-based project bidding. The only qualification for being labeled a “Squarespace Expert” is starting a certain number of paid accounts on the Squarespace platform—there are no other requirements. Squarespace and 99designs will now receive a percentage of project fees from participants and designers will compete on price and are subject to abusive terms enforced by 99designs.