Notion was just a note-taking and project management app when it was launched, but now it does a lot more ever since the Notion API got launched.
Here, I will be comparing 4 well-known platforms (MDX.one, Super.so, Potion.so, and Popsy.co) to build websites and blogs using Notion. All the platforms provide an automatic sync feature, if you make changes to a page inside Notion, it will automatically be synced to the website/blog within minutes.
Notion site builders comparison
|Ideal for||Blogs||Blogs, Landing Pages||Blogs, Landing Pages||Landing Pages|
|Price for 1 site||$10 per month||$12 per month||$10 per month||Free|
|Price for 3 sites||$25 per month||$36 per month||$25 per month||Free (Unlimited)|
|Ease of use||Excellent||Excellent||Excellent||Excellent|
|Custom CSS/JS||Yes (Global & Page Level)||Yes (Global)||Yes (Global)||Yes|
|→||Get started||Get started||Get started||Get started|
If you’re looking to start an SEO-friendly blog, I’d suggest going with MDX.one without a doubt. The platform has the best SEO support and has other useful features like adding canonical tags, etc.
If you’re looking to create a robust website where you can do a lot more customization, I’d suggest going with Super.so or Potion.so. Both these platforms offer almost similar features, however, Super.so has a great community, and Potion.so is a bit cheaper.
And, if you’ve to build quick one-page landing pages, I’d suggest going with Popsy.co which is 100% free to use, for now.
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