Quick Answer: Do I Own My Squarespace Website?

Your Content

When you upload content to Squarespace, you still own it.

You do, however, give us permission to use it in ways necessary to provide, improve, promote and protect our services.

For example, when you upload a photo, you give us the right to save it and display it on your site or story at your direction.

Do I own my squarespace domain?

Squarespace may provide one (1) free domain name with a new purchase of an annual or bi-annual subscription plan. This domain will be included for the lifetime of your Squarespace account, and the domain name will be registered in your name and is yours to keep. Squarespace cannot assure domain name availability.

How much does it cost to run a Squarespace website?

How Much Does Squarespace Cost? Squarespace’s four pricing plans range from $12 to $40 per month (paid annually), and include two website plans and two online store plans. The more you pay, the more advanced features you unlock.

Can you make a Squarespace website private?

All Squarespace sites are private by default, meaning only site owners and contributors can see it. You have the option to add a site-wide password for visitor access, or you can make a paid site fully public.

Can you sell squarespace websites?

Yes you can, plently of people do design and resell Squarespace websites. Andres there’s currently no way to officially create a Squarespace website (or template) and sell them through a marketplace. And yes you have to use Squarespace for the hosting.