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[Sponsor] Squarespace Domains

As some of you might know, Squarespace recently launched its own domains product. It’s called Squarespace Domains, and it turns the ugliness aspects of buying domains into a simple, modern experience. It’s also the first registrar to offer transparent pricing, flat rates, and free WHOIS privacy. Even better, if you’re not ready to build your website quite yet, Squarespace will park your domain with a beautiful, ad-free landing page.
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