Squarespace dramatically revises its pricing: they must be feeling the heat from competition like Tumblr (free) and Virb ($10/mo).
I am glad to say that I moved to the new ‘everything you can eat’ plan from my previous ‘business plan’ and was credited $192. I maintain my work talk research website there, and will be relying on the built-in form capabilities that Squarespace offers in several projects, starting this week in fact. I will also be migrating (and drastically reworking) the workmedia.ly website onto Squarespace from Virb, as well.
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