Tools to create your website from Notion
ResourceSeptember 9, 2021
Are you thinking about how to launch your own website. Well with these tools, you can launch it from within Notion → plan, organise and execute your ideas with these applications
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- Super - Build simple websites with nothing but Notion Features: Custom Domains, Password Protection, Fully responsive, A lot of customisation, Fast, SEO, Powerful Integrations 💰Starts at $12/site/month
- Potion - Create custom websites in minutes, all in Notion Features: Custom Domains, Live editor, custom styles, fast, SEO, Powerful Integrations 💰 Starts at $8/month
- Notelet - Create a website or blog with Notion Features: Custom domain, analytics, themes and more. 💰 Has a free plan without custom domain. Otherwise is $7/month
Notelet - Beautiful websites and blogs published with Notion.
Entirely Notion driven Edit site content, pages, URLs, meta data, images, favicons, custom scripts entirely from Notion. Custom domains Bring your custom domain, or use subdomain hosted on notelet.so for free. Custom code snippets Add Google Analytics or other snippets to your site. Pretty URls Add pages or blog posts to pretty URLs like /about or /posts/first-post.
- Oopy - Notion website created in 1 minute, Whoopi! Features: Anaytics, SEO, Custom url 💰 Starts at approx $5/month
- MDX.one - Notion to Blog in 2 minutes Features: Fast Page Speed, Custom Domains, SEO, Social Previews, Analytics 💰 Has a free plan without custom domain. Otherwise is $6/month
- notion2site - Turn your Notion pages into Websites Features: Fast Page Speed, automatic pretty URLs, Responsive, Automatic Table of Contents 💰 Open Source Code
GitHub - transitive-bullshit/nextjs-notion-starter-kit: Deploy your own Notion-powered website in minutes with Next.js and Vercel.
The perfect starter kit for building websites with Next.js and Notion. This repo is what I use to power my personal blog / portfolio site transitivebullsh.it. It uses Notion as a CMS, fetching content from Notion and then uses Next.js and react-notion-x to render everything. The site is then deployed to Vercel.