The brand's latest campaign shows how the it can solve most—but not all—of its users problems.
These days, websites are like lemonade stands in the 1950s. Having one doesn’t guarantee getting noticed, but it’s impossible without one.
Squarespace has made a splash in the last few years with big Super Bowl and Super-Bowl adjacent spots featuring celebrity personalities. Now the website-building platform has unveiled a more low-key—though no less absurdist—campaign.