MDX.one offers probably the easiest and fastest way to create blogs by using Notion as CMS. You can just write the articles inside Notion and it will be automatically published within minutes.
With the amazing organization and management capabilities of Notion, more and more people have started creating their blogs using Notion powered platforms like MDX.one.
MDX.one is competitively priced at $10 per month for a single blog which is pretty reasonable to me. It also has other higher plans if you plan to start multiple blogs. You can visit their official website to more about the pricing plans by clicking the link below: 👇
Pricing | MDX.one
Yes. You can change to any plan you like anytime. You will be prorated, meaning you will only be charged the remaining amount (if any) for the rest of your billing period.
Some of the important features of MDX.one are:
- Syncs automatically with Notion — as soon as you make any changes in your Notion page, it automatically updates to your website within minutes
- Custom domains — no, your blog's URL won't look like
xyz.mdx.oneyou can add custom domain like
yourdomain.comor subdomain like
- SEO optimized — it offers options to add custom meta title and description (also OG image) for better SEO
- Integrated Analytics — MDX.one also offers a complete analytics dashboard so that you won't need to manually connect it to Google Analytics or other analytics services
- Canonical tags are probably the most important feature of the platform; while re-sharing or re-purposing your blog posts, you can add the canonical tag to the original article
- Automatic pretty URLs — without this feature your blog post URLs will look something like
- Static site — since your blog is completely static much like the static sites built using Gatsby or Hugo, it's blazing fast
- Automatic sitemap and RSS feed — the platform automatically creates and updates your sitemap and RSS feed every time you create a new blog post
- Custom CSS/JS — it lets you add custom CSS or JS snippets globally or at the page level
MDX.one has almost all the features that you'd expect from an ideal blogging platform. I have extensively tested the platform and here's how an individual post looks like inside your Notion dashboard: 👇
Out of all the Notion-powered blog creation platforms that I have tested, MDX.one is the best because it cares for tiny yet important things like sitemap, RSS feed, canonical tags, etc.
You can get started with MDX.one by clicking the below link: 👇
Notion to Blog in minutes | MDX.one
It's very simple to create your blog with MDX.one. Recently I came across MDX.one which literally turns your Notion page into a blog. After checking out a couple of their blogs I decided to give it a go. It was so simple to set up and I was able to easily move my old blog posts across.
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