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What is a club? Clubs enable you to create social or professional subcommunities that can be based on anything from geographic location to professional specialization to personal interests. They’re a great way to connect with likeminded Squarespace customers in the forum. How can I use clubs? Do: Use Clubs to create a space for local or niche conversations. For example: A Club for LA-based business owners. A Club for developers A Club for photographers Maintain engagement. If you create a Club, be sure to check in regularly. We recommend posting discussion topics or questions at a regular cadence to make the space useful for your Club members. Follow the Squarespace Forum Community Guidelines. These apply to Clubs too. Don’t: Don’t exclude users who might not fit the intended criteria. For example: Although a New York-based user may not live in Berlin, they may be visiting the city and want to connect with other users or may benefit from the expertise of someone working in another country or language. While someone may not yet be a professional photographer they may be interested in learning best practices from users in the photographer Club. Don’t charge for access. While it may be useful to have a Club for your own clients or students, you may not ask or require that a user pay you in order to access a Club in the Squarespace Forum. Don’t duplicate Clubs. Make sure to check whether a Club already exists before creating one. If a similar Club already exists, please don’t create another. Forum moderators will remove duplicate Clubs. Limitations Squarespace reserves the right to remove or moderate a Club and its content for any reason, including failure to abide by these Club guidelines or the general Squarespace Forum guidelines. In addition to removal or moderation, Club owners may be suspended or banned from the forum for violating guidelines, such as charging or attempting to charge for access to a Club.