Brick Lifetime Deal $19.00
Writing a blog with Google Docs has become enormously popular over the last four or five years. Travel bloggers. B2B content teams at tech startups. Gurus. Consultants. They all use Google Docs.
Drafting a blog inside of Google Docs and then entering it in your CMS (such as WordPress or Webflow) is standard, at least outside of the corporate world and inside the digital marketing startup world.
Standards are great until they’re not. So before you open up a new Google Doc today, I want you to ask yourself…am I blogging in the most efficient way possible?
These are the common reasons why B2B content teams and small business owners alike stopped using Word Docs:
- There’s only just one version of a Google Doc. When you’re commenting and suggesting edits, you’re doing it in one version. Content collaborators can work on it (even simultaneously) without ever having to create different versions. This solves a lot of hassle later on in the content creation process, especially with publishing and updating.
- Simple formatting – Because Google Docs has simple, rudimentary features, it’s actually easier for digital content teams who just need things like headlines, subheadlines, bold, and bullet points (but not fancy tables or text boxes).
- Works in the cloud – No uploading or downloading! As long as your internet speed is decent, you can pop into a Google Doc, make a few edits, and pop out in seconds
But google docs can’t auto-publish to your blog. There must be an easier way to publish your content, and help you save tons of time every day. It’s time to wave goodbye to your procrastination, and write your next piece of content on the go and publish it in less than a minute.
Publish your writing with zero hassle. Brick is a super lightweight platform for creating small sites. Imagine if Google Docs was built for making sites.