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From sending instructions to your VA/teammate to emails; blog posts to help articles, you write a lot every single day.

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.

Say Hi to Brick

Brick is a very light-weight CMS that helps you write & publish Blogs, Product Documentation & Help Pages collaboratively with your team.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Collaborate, Write & Publish the content with your Team
  • Alternative to: Notion
  • Manage Unlimited Projects & Domains from a single account
  • Best Suited for: Bloggers, Content Writers, Project Managers

Imagine writing the content in a Google doc, and once you hit publish it’s Live on the web. That’s what Brick does!

To start with, create a new workspace and pick one of the three default themes for your content/blog posts.

Looking for more customization? You can play with the CSS editor & make all the changes you want to.

(Remember, the Brick team is only a click away to help you with this!)

It can be as minimal, professional or more colorful as you want.

You can then invite your team to collaborate with you by sending them the special link to join you. Make sure they’ve also signed up to Brick (the Free tier is good to go)

The WYSIWYG editor allows you to add text, media, tables, custom JS/CSS/HTML (snippets) and social embeds.

The advanced editor gives you full control over the content without worrying about Markdown or Static Site builders.

You can add more pages to your brick website by clicking the "Add Page Inside" option. This comes in handy when you want to build a complete (yet minimalistic) website with Brick, and not just limited to the blog.

Your Brick site can either be hosted as a sub-domain, or you can use your own domain to publish your website.

You can also change the domain name at any time and any links with the page id will work.

Here comes the best part. You can move any of the pages from one website/workspace to another with just 2 clicks.

When you are using Brick for technical documentation, and you only want to share a few pages with your peers/clients, you can just send them the direct link to those pages.

They could only access the specific pages & not the whole documentation (Goodbye to Google docs)

Unlike messy Google Docs. in a giant area, Brick's Workspace allows you to segment pages by tags and filters.

From colours to fonts, private links to public domains, you can customize Brick to match your brand needs easily.

Normally you would be paying $180 per year to avail its premium plan for just 2 custom domains.

Today, you can get the same plan with 5 custom domains and 2 users for just $19 one-time.

And you can stack up to 5 codes and get unlimited Custom domains with 25 Users for lifetime.

Start publishing...

Deal Highlights

  • Collaborative Workspaces
  • Unlimited Pages
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Use own domain (or) our sub-domain
  • No Brick branding
  • Weekly Backups
  • Priority Support
  • Unlimited Embeds
  • Stack up to 5 codes per account
  • 30 days refund policy

1 code

$19.00

  • 2 Workspaces
  • 2 Users
  • 5 Sub-domains
  • 5 Custom Domains

2 codes

$38.00

  • 3 Workspaces
  • 5 Users
  • 10 Sub-domains
  • 10 Custom Domains

$57.00

  • 5 Workspaces
  • 10 Users
  • 20 Sub-domains
  • 20 Custom Domains

P.S Learn the “Nuances of Micro-site Publishing”, on 27th of July ‘21, at 10 am EST. Here's your link to Sign up for the Free Webinar



Reviews and Questions

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Alexandre five-review

1 day ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Very easy and powerful!!!

Brick is fantastic!

It is easy to use and very powerful. The support is wonderful.

Great solution to a lot of problems.

Congratulations!!!


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Muhammad Azwan five-review

1 day ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Perfect and simple

I am a fan of simplicity and minimalist. This is a simple blog, simple notepad and a simple diary for you.

I connect with a domain, and it is really fast with supported SSL. Less then 5 mins, my blog is live.

Nothing fancy, it just work. If tou have any AI writing tools, this is a best combo for that.

Wish good luck for the sales!

😘


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Lou five-review

1 day ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Write and Share

This app presents itself as a public notes tool, but it can do more. I can see its potential in being able to be used as a minimalist blog, or a personal profile page. It's easy to take notes, embed media inline or externally-hosted. Roadmap looks interesting, and I hope they implement the ideas in the roadmap.

The best part of this is the ability to set a custom domain for each note. It's a simple and fun app.


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Shijor five-review

2 days ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Super easy and lightweight platform!

Very nice and minimal interface. Super easy to write, take notes organize everything in one place. Thanks SaaSmantra!


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Ping five-review

1 day ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Incredible Value as is, but still needs improvement

Without a doubt one of the best bang for your buck lifetime deals in the space. Super lightweight, easy to use, and the instant publishing with unique URL is extremely useful. Is it a polished product? Not quite yet.

There are many improvements that can still be made with respect to the UI and formatting functionalities but as far as early stage goes, Brick has a vision and is on track to very cool things. Looking forward to seeing these guys crush the roadmap (hopefully!)

I've been going hard using it for the last few days and I can see it becoming a permanent fixture in my workflow.

Feature requests:

1) an easier way to resize table columns

2) ability to select linked text or URLs without having to add a space on the end

3) reduce latency when copying and pasting in rapid succession

4) maybe a few more workspaces for each plan? It would be a nice to have, but I get if you don't choose to do so.


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Thesis

1 day ago

Will you have a plan for unlimited users and unlimited workspaces?

I'm highly interested.


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Pj

1 day ago

Nice platform :-)

Can custom domains/ workspaces be changed to allow for project/ client churn?

Thanks


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Artyom

1 day ago  Founder

@Pj: Hey! Domains are bound to pages. You can have several domains in a single workspace, and you can change the domains as often as you want.


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Pj

1 day ago

@Artyom: Excellent.

Thanks for your reply and looking forward to learning more on your webinar 👍


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Sampath Administrator

1 day ago

@Coachryan: Removable


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Youhong

2 days ago

To add a video using just the URL, besides YouTube video, what other platform hosted videos are supported by Brick? I tried unsuccessfully to add a FB video URL. Please support more platform hosted including non-social media third-party platforms, such as PCloud, Publit.io, etc. Thanks in advance.


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Artyom

1 day ago  Founder

@Youhong: Hey! You can embed videos from most platforms via an iframe, I've added an example for Facebook here: https://help.brick.do/how-to-embed-media-d4MjkvDDLVVW. This page also lists the currently supported platforms.

I've added your votes for PCloud and Publit.io to the roadmap — https://help.brick.do/roadmap.


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Youhong

2 days ago

Are the websites created on Brick responsive in mobile devices?


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Youhong: Yes.


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Ian Hii

2 days ago

Will you consider to offer 8 codes for unlimited users?


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Tito Campos

3 days ago

Hello.

Is there a way to remove "Published by Brick" at footer? It appears in all pages. I want to know if there's a white label option or if that is not included in the deal?


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Tito Campos: We will add an easier way to remove "Published with Brick". In the meantime you can do it with custom CSS: https://help.brick.do/how-to-remove-the-published-with-brick-footer-42z41bGMZKVE


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Tito Campos

2 days ago

@Artyom: thank you so much.


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R.

3 days ago

I am having trouble getting the collab invites to work. I copy & paste the link, but it then resolves to brick.co and the sign up link isn't working from there. Is this feature working yet?


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@R.: Please contact the support (through the support widget or at [email protected]) so that we can resolve this together. The feature is definitely supposed to be working.


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Community Member

3 days ago

Hi,

1. I already have WordPress sites so I was thinking of using it are, building specific documentation for client projects, protecting it with password and sharing with client. Although this can be done in WordPress as well (using membership plugin), so what's the difference?

2. If my domain is abc.com, how will CName look like, kind of subdomain or what?

3. How rich is your editor, can I embed images and videos and use tables?

4. I was thinking of building knowledge repository of projects and sharing them with clients, can I offer it as subscription and charge for it, can I allow download able PDFs, what about using embedded HTML and Javascript codes, is it possible? Finally my password will be common for all clients or it can be unique as well. I am assuming username and password are not required.

5. With one code, how many workspaces do I get, what about storage limits, will each clients get different workspace or everyone will access common space only.

6. Where are you based, how long have youbbeen in business, how big is your team?

7. I read about newsletters feature, so can I email them via your platform or not? Will each newsletter will have single password shared by all.

8. Can you advice some use cases for existing site owners?

Thanks


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Community Member: hey!

1. Wordpress is also an option, that's for sure. Brick is more lightweight, Wordpress is more powerful. Also, I don't know what's the situation with realtime collaboration in Wordpress.

2. What do you mean by CName?

3. Editor-wise: yep, you can embed videos / tweets / etc, paste images, use tables, change font colors. You can also insert arbitrary HTML into pages.

4. We don't have built-in payment processing, although we want to build it eventually. We don't have PDF export yet but I'll add your vote for it at https://help.brick.do/roadmap. You can embed HTML and JS, but at the moment there isn't a way to change the page's or set JS for a whole page tree — we'll start work on that soon, though. We don't have password-protected pages yet but will be looking into that as well.

5. There are no storage limits. You can create several workspaces and invite a certain amount of users to each workspace; we're currently increasing the workspace limit, SaaS Mantra should publish more info about that soon.

6. The company is registered in Estonia, but the team (me and my co-founder) are working remotely. By now Brick is 1.5 years old and can already walk, eat with a spoon, and repeat some words heard in a conversation :p

7. We haven't built the newsletters feature yet, but we plan to. However, we didn't plan on creating password-protected newsletters — can you expand a bit more on what's your usecase for those?

As for your last point: Brick is designed to be low-friction, so you can use it whenever you want to get something done as quickly as possible.

For example — Brick's landing page doesn't change often and so it's written manually, while the help pages change a dozen times per day. So we keep the help pages in Brick to make it as easy as possible to create a new help page or add to an existing one.

I also use Brick for a blog I made for my other business. If somebody from my team wants to write a blog post or a small technical note, it's best if they can do it nearly instantly — otherwise they'll just lose motivation. The "no publish button" philosophy of Brick also means that the posts don't rot in the drafts folder for weeks until they are perfect. Brick is about "write now, improve later".

Of course, you can also use Brick as a replacement for Google Docs whenever you want hierarchical documents. Every top-level page is like a standalone Google Doc, and a workspace is like a folder.


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Community Member

1 day ago

@Artyom:

Hi,

1. Currently I sell my newsletter subscription via Woocommerce shop to small set of subscribers in specific niche. Then I add their email address to my email sending tool and email them on bimonthly basis.

How do you plan to create your newsletters workflow? Can I design letters inside tool, can I import email addresses for sending mails, how will it work?

2. How many users (who can collaborate with me) and guests (who can view) will come within one code and how many workspaces will I get. I think guest users (who can view only) should be unlimited.

3. What about adding brick to my existing site, for example let's say I have www.abc.com, and I want to add a help section to site, what will cname look or work in such context.

4. Can I construct a expert knowledge repository and sell its subscription using bricks or some other arrangement in conjunction with bricks and existing setup (WordPress,

Woocommerce) Can I guide?

Thanks


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Community Member

1 day ago

Hi,

1. I currently sell newsletter subscription in small niche to my subscribers via Woocommerce shop and then manually add emails in tool to send bimonthly newsletters.

How will your newsletters workflow happen, can I design letters and send emails as well.

2. Let's say I want to add help section to my existing WordPress site using bricks. So how will cname work in this context, what will it look like in browser?

3. How many users (who can collaborate with me) and guests ( who can just view) comes with one code. How many workspaces will I get. I personally think guest users should be unlimited.

4. Can I build a knowledge repository and add it to existing site using bricks and protect access in some way using my current tools (WordPress, Woocommerce, membership plugin) and bricks, can you guide if this can be done?

Thanks


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Shov

3 days ago

Do you support markdown?


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Community Member

3 days ago

Will we receive all future features and updates, this deal is mapped to which regular plan on your site.


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Shov

3 days ago

@Community Member: thats great, is there a public roadmap?


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Shov: Brick is WYSIWYG. There is no option to e.g. type Markdown and see HTML preview (like some other tools do). However, we support a few Markdown shortcuts — e.g. # for headers, * for lists, --- for dividers.

When you request an export of your data, we also attempt to convert all content into Markdown (in addition to giving you the original HTML version), but some markup, e.g. colors and font sizes, will be lost.

Our public roadmap is at https://help.brick.do/roadmap. We are currently recording requests coming from SaaS Mantra, and when we have enough of them we'll be able to prioritize them.


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Revitup

3 days ago

Good morning - Quick question - I just purchased 3 codes, but it seems to only be giving me credit for 2 codes. I’ve messaged Brick but haven’t heard back yet. Can you help? Thanks


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Artyom

3 days ago  Founder

@Revitup: Hey, is this resolved? We helped with one similar case in the support widget but I don't know if it was you or somebody else.


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Revitup

3 days ago

Yes - we are good to go. @Artyom:


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Lou

3 days ago

Now playing with it, and so far loving it! Got a couple more suggestions:

1. Option to disable the sidebar menu (page tree) for public links (or maybe options to disable or to specify where to put it like top, bottom, left, or right)

2. "CSS Templates" section for either user-submitted or official CSS template codes (if possible)

3. More themes (if possible)

4. No-code theming options (change color, styles, etc. if possible)

5. Also, just checking (and to be sure), it's not written in the deal page that future updates are included. Are they included?

6. Backup to external cloud (GDrive, pCloud, etc.)


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Lou

3 days ago

Oh, and I forgot:

7. Full-width or wider width view for public pages (especially for desktop views)


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Artyom

3 days ago  Founder

@Lou: Alright, I've recorded those suggestions at https://help.brick.do/roadmap. Once we hear more suggestions from other users, we'll start thinking about the priorities.

More design options are definitely coming. Backup to external cloud — likely later (so far I think you've been the first person to request it).

The future updates are included, yep.


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OOP

3 days ago

Is there any ETA for you becoming GDPR compliant?


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Artyom

3 days ago  Founder

@OOP: I am not an expert on GDPR compliance. I know the big points everybody was struggling with were a) providing a complete data export on request and b) deleting all data on request — we already do both. If there's something else you or other users need, we'll be happy to do it.


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Coachryan

3 days ago

Are we able to duplicate pop pages?


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Artyom

3 days ago  Founder

@Coachryan: What are pop pages? (There's no "clone page" button yet but if you need it I'll add your vote for it to the roadmap — https://help.brick.do/roadmap)


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Coachryan

3 days ago

@Artyom: Sorry that was a typo. What I meant to ask, "Are we able to duplicate pages"?


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Tito Campos

3 days ago

@Artyom: Please add my vote to this feature too


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Tito Campos @Coachryan thanks, added to the roadmap. Btw would you prefer if it cloned the whole tree (page + subpages), or just the page itself?


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Coachryan

2 days ago

@Artyom: pages plus subpages with the ability to delete some pages if needed after duplicating.


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Metta

2 days ago

@Coachryan: +1 for cloned / duplicated pages


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Metta

2 days ago

@Artyom: +1 for cloned/duplicated pages


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Brijesh

3 days ago

I Just Bought Tool on redeeming it says an email was sent for activation but no email is received. Please guide how do I access my purchase,


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Andrey

3 days ago  Founder

@Brijesh: @SJ: Hi! We had issue with several sign up but now it's fine. Please check your email you should have got finish sign up link.


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Artyom

2 days ago  Founder

@Brijesh: Is this resolved now?


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Brijesh

2 days ago

@Artyom: yes resolved


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