SquareSpace is a domain registrar offering free domain registrations to businesses, businesses with high-profile users, and businesses that use large numbers of people.
You can get a free domain registration in just 30 minutes if you register your business through the SquareSpace app.
But this isn’t just a good deal for businesses.
As SquareSpace CEO Brian O’Connor told me, it’s a great deal for the public.
“The public is very good at finding businesses, and this is a way to get them,” he said.
And that public has a strong interest in the internet as a platform for free speech.
As a result, it has made an investment in a company that has a proven track record of success.
“If you have an interesting idea, you can start a company,” O’Connors said.
“You can go to a competitor and say, ‘Hey, I want to build something like this.'”
The founder of SquareSpace, O’Connor said he thinks the internet has a huge potential for business, and that the next generation of entrepreneurs should focus on building and using the internet to reach more people.
“It’s very difficult to build an online business that you can actually reach a mass audience and then monetize,” he explained.
“There’s an enormous opportunity here.”
A new generation of businesses The new generation in the tech world that SquareSpace wants to serve has been growing fast.
As of 2017, there were nearly 500 million internet users, or roughly one-third of the global population, according to the World Wide Web Consortium.
The next generation that SquareCloud wants to help will be a younger generation that is likely to be more likely to have a positive impact on the internet.
This group has a history of being very vocal in its advocacy for free expression online.
In 2011, the group Stop Online Piracy Coalition (SOPA) filed a lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that argued that SOPA would have a chilling effect on speech online.
That lawsuit was dismissed by the court on appeal, but it set a precedent that other groups could follow.
“They have a huge voice and they’ve gotten very vocal about their support of free speech online,” O`Connor said.
The first generation that he envisions has been the most vocal of the younger generations, and the second generation will be the most critical.
That will make it difficult for younger internet users to have the same impact as older generations that have been active in online activism, O`Connors explained.
For this group, the internet is an important way to connect with other internet users.
But they are also increasingly worried about the rise of big companies, which are taking control of internet services.
“As this generation grows up, they are more likely than their parents to want to access the internet for free, and they will be very wary of companies that take over,” O”Connors told me.
And as their voice becomes louder, this group of internet users will be more determined to defend free speech on the web.
That could be good for SquareSpace.
But it could also hurt them.
“In a world where we’re talking about the internet being the new way to communicate and connect, it may not be a good idea for Square to invest in a business that’s going to control the internet,” O*Connor said, noting that it’s hard to tell if SquareSpace’s strategy is successful until they actually see the results of their investments.
“These young people are going to be a lot more critical of companies who are controlling the internet.”
The new era of startups The last generation of internet activists in the US has been young, but the next is not.
O’ Connor believes that the younger generation is going to use social media more.
“We see an increase in the amount of social media activity going on,” he told me in an interview.
“People are more engaged online than they have been for years.”
And this is likely what will lead to an increased interest in online entrepreneurship in the next decade.
That’s because, as O*Connors described, the young people want to be able to share ideas, create businesses, build communities, and interact with others in a way that wasn’t possible before.
That is, unless, of course, you’re a small business owner.
“This generation is much more social than the older generation,” O Connor said.
That means more opportunities to build communities and build businesses.
But O* Connor thinks this generation has a lot of challenges ahead of them.
He believes that many of these new startups are not ready to succeed because they haven’t built the social network platforms that are needed to attract a larger audience.
And he thinks that they are being driven by an older generation that has been on the receiving end of corporate greed.
O*Connor sees a huge opportunity for this generation to do good online and to be part of the solution