Odds are you've already heard of Squarespace thanks to extensive marketing campaigns via podcasts and website banners. It's a big name in the web design world now, allowing you to easily construct sites even if you don't know much about web design or coding. Costing $12 to $40 per month depending on your needs, you get hosting, 24/7 customer support, website metrics, mobile optimization, SSL security, unlimited storage and bandwidth, drag-and-drop page building facilities, and, most importantly, access to dozens of original and modern templates. So, how do you decide what template to use? We've taken a look at the best Squarespace templates out there for every need, as well as answered some questions you may have about the service. Read more...More about Squarespace, Mashable Shopping, Tech, and Consumer Tech
BEST FOR BLOGGINGFive
An oldie *and* a goodie for bloggers who value versatility and a sidebar (or two).
BEST FOR E-COMMERCEGalapagos
Sometimes basic isn’t a bad thing, especially if it takes the fuss out of incorporating interactive design elements.
BEST FOR A PORTFOLIOWexley
A simple yet beautiful way to showcase your best creative work that facilitates visitor exploration.
BEST FOR VIDEOSHorizon
BEST FOR BUSINESSBrine
BEST FOR A PODCASTWav
BEST FOR A PERSONAL WEBSITEPursuit
BEST FOR FREELANCERSReady
BEST FOR MOBILENueva
BEST FOR A WEDDING WEBSITECharlotte
BEST FOR FOOD SERVICESVance
Focusing on good photos and clear text, Vance is ideal if you want to show people what wonderful food you can provide.
BEST FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONSLusaka
A traditional blog layout that lends itself well to imparting a lot of knowledge quickly.
BEST FOR A STORE/BLOG HYBRIDAlmar
Selling your products is sometimes as much about selling your personality, so Almar combines the two.