Notion has transformed from a mere note-taking and productivity app into a versatile tool that serves multiple purposes. One of its latest features is its impressive Content Management System (CMS), which eliminates the tedious backend struggles that come with using other platforms.

With its most innovative blog-based editor, you can automatically publish content from Notion to your blog site using Feather. Feather is a blogging platform that uses Notion as CMS.

In this article, you’ll learn several things: how to use Notion as a CMS, its features, benefits, and best practices for using it effectively.

We’ll also consider why Feather with Notion as CMS is a better alternative to popular platforms like Wix and WordPress for blogging.

Let’s get right into it.

Notion as CMS

Notion is a powerful content management system that helps you store, organize, and retrieve content seamlessly. You can publish your content in the form of a webpage.

Also, Notion has an effective publishing process: you can easily write, edit and manage your content database in one location. Just as easy as writing and editing on note apps.

The only setback with Notion is that it has limited customizable options. This means you cannot style your Notion page with themes, colors, and fonts just like a functional website should look.

However, there is a solution: you can use Feather as a blogging platform.

With Feather, you can design websites with Notion without a problem. Feather goes as far as making your blog website SEO-optimized.

Benefits of using Feather for Notion as a CMS.

The onboarding process between Feather and Notion is the most seamless when you talk of integrating Notion as a CMS for a blog site.

There are no complicated actions or codes to copy or write. Just straightforward.

Feather itself comes with blog-specific features like blogs, pages, authors, RSS feed, schema markup, etc., to complement Notion and make the blog a fully functional one and SEO-optimized to rank content on Google.

Compared to similar platforms, feather syncs the desired web page slug directly from the “Slug” property of the Notion page.

Another important benefit of Feather is that it can easily handle millions of daily visitors.

Feather also supports all types of domain structures; your domain can be a root domain, subdomain, or subfolder.