Web hosting and domain hosting though closely related are two different services. Web hosts provide content storage space and access for websites. Domain hosts provide domain names which help visitors access your web content. If you think of an online store as a physical shop a web host provides the physical space where you lay the brick & mortar and stock the shelves. in this case it’s the text images videos graphics and other content that build your site. When you build a site with Squarespace Squarespace is your web host. We provide a place on the Internet to display your content in addition to providing tools for creating and managing that content. Every Squarespace site is stored on our servers similar to how physical stores rent space in a mall. A domain host provides a domain name like www.yourdomain.com And visitors can use that to find you. A domain name is like a street address that directs people to your website’s location. Examples of domain hosts are namecheap godaddy and hover. Of course you can register custom domains with Squarespace as well. When you create a Squarespace site you’re automatically assigned a built-in domain for example: your-name.squarespace.com. By registering a custom domain with Squarespace you can connect one or more custom domains to your site either through Squarespace or using a third-party provider. I hope that helped give you a better understanding of Domain Hosts and Web Hosts But if you do have any other questions feel free to reach out and we’ll be happy to assist!