There are plenty of folks with crummy logos, lousy websites and utterly hideous printed materials. It doesn't actually interfere with my ability to make a living making those kinds of things. When it comes to low cost design, sometimes you get what you pay for, but sometimes you luck out.
This is true:
Acceptance: "The people making a logo in Squarespace weren't going to hire you anyway. At least now they have a simple tool to use."
They may not high art, but they do beat "word art" so at least there's that. The ubiquity of digital printing has made some of the more arcane aspects of logo design (separations for spot color printing, primarily) less of an issue. But, good luck getting that logo to look nice on a pen :-). That might be outdated to many people but it's still popular.