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Posted by Willy Franzen on September 20, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Need web design||Cheney, WA|
|Need a Web Designer||Denver, CO|
|Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant||Los Angeles, CA|
|2 Month Fundraising Event Internship||Bethesda, MD|
|Social Media Coordinator||Brooklyn, NY|
|PR Specialist||New York, NY|
|Need computer lessons||Chicago, IL|
|Template Designer||New York, NY|
|EXPERT WordPress Web Developer Wanted!||Irvine, CA|
|Customer Acquisition Associate||New York, NY|
Two days ago we took a look at The Nerdery, a company that builds websites and apps for companies who have budgets with a capital B. They’re extremely good at what they do, but they’re not the guys to build your personal website (unless you’re a celebrity). If you’re looking for a do-it-yourself solution that will give you a great look at a really affordable price, then Squarespace might be worth considering. They’re a New York, NY based company that provides “elegant solutions that set new standards for online publishing.” They’ve already helped people create, host, and maintain 1.4 million websites, and they’re just getting started.
Squaresapce was founded in a dorm room, and has been profitable from the start. The story is really cool, and you can read it on Squarespace’s Wikipedia page. While the company dabbled with a free offering early on, they quickly realized that there are plenty of places to build websites for free and that offering a premium product made for a better business. Just look at Squarespace’s templates–they allow anyone to publish on the web in a visually stunning way. More and more people are going to want to publish websites, and Squarespace is amazingly positioned to serve them. If you want to be part of this growth, take a look at Squarespace’s Careers page. They have some great opportunities for new and recent grads including:
I’ve been watching Squarespace for a few years, and I’m really impressed by what they’ve accomplished. Go be part of it.
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