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Chloe
Chloe

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Nuxt or Gridsome

My current site/blog is built using Gridsome but having played with Nuxt and the content module I do really like it and am keen to learn more about Nuxt. I'm debating moving my site to use Nuxt I was just curious if anyone has experience using both or using Nuxt for a blog?

I plan to create a test example and see how it goes. I'd appreciate any thoughts.

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ssazeenaa

You are in the confused condition as I was. I used both nuxtjs and gridsome to see which one is easy in terms of making static site, SEO, learning curve and many more. I conclude nuxtjs is relatively harder to learn and has more advanced features which adds extra layer of complexity in building website. Gridsome is very straight-forward and using markdown is very easy. For SEO purpose, it is great. I use gridsome for my photo editing site editphotosforfree.com which increase my traffic by 40% in just 3 months.

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Fraser McTaggart

I have used Nuxt content for blogs. I've used it for my website with markdown files. Really simple to set up and is fast. Let me know if you need any help and I'll be happy to assist!

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Chloe Author

Thanks for the reply. I have played with it a bit and I do like it a lot just debating whether it is worth moving to Nuxt but I think I may take the plunge and just go for it.

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Pablo

Which one do you consider best to be on top of a Woocommerce site?

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