If you also happen to have end to end (e2e) tests, you can easily point them to the preview deployment, to automatically verify that your vital features are still functioning!
Now that you have a way of generating a static website, you have the opportunity to host it on a cheap low cost (usually free) tier of a wide variety of hosts, such as Netlify, Vercel, Github Pages or basically anything that can serve an HTML page.
If you've followed the series in setting up a Contentful powered Nuxt blog, you have a decent amount of routes in place. To wrap up everything related to routing, let's add a formatted error page, for a 404 status code.
Nuxt 3.0 is superawesome at providing a very good Developer Experience while being performant at the same time. If you're into building simple webpages and into the Vue ecosystem, then why not build something with a headless CMS. Let's try a modern tech stack, with Vue & Nuxt, TypeScript, Contentful and deploy to Netlify.