Squarespace Announces a New Email Marketing Platform

Nik Goodner
Writer + Creator of CRTVCHURCH

Published 06/12/18

Welp… This changes things.

Squarespace announced today that they would be launching a new service called Squarespace Campaigns.

This new platform will be aimed at current users to make Squarespace an ‘all-in-one’ business and marketing platform and general users to replace their existing email client.

Some of the highlight features include:


Customizable Layouts


With more than 30 starter layouts to choose from, you can announce a product, send an invitation, or share updates with your subscribers. Organize and format content any way you want with customizable drag-and-drop sections.


Mobile Editing

Manage all of your email marketing in one centralized dashboard on any device. Create a campaign, save drafts, reuse layouts, review performance metrics, and more from your desktop, phone, or tablet.




Brand Cohesion

Squarespace site users will be able to import content from your website to draft emails in minutes, saving time and avoiding mistakes. Your products, blog posts, social icons, logo, and mailing lists are only one click away.


Responsive Emails:


Reach your audience no matter where they are. All layouts are made with Squarespace’s responsive designs, so your emails will look great whether they’re viewed on mobile or desktop.

According to Squarespace: Existing Squarespace customers can use Email Campaigns at no cost for a limited time during an invite-only early access period. General availability at a low monthly rate is coming soon.

You can see the full announcement here. 




Nik Goodner

Nik is a content creator living in Orlando, Florida. In 2015, he and his wife, Lydia, founded CRTVCHURCH to bring fellow church creators together. You can hear Nik every week on the CRTVCHURCH Podcast. 


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