Between a Post and a Page

Today I’ve posted a page—the promised 25 things about myself.  Why a page?  It seemed more fitting, I suppose.

What’s the difference between a page and a post, you ask?  <LOL>  The former is timely, listed in chronological order (new to old) while the latter is a stagnant—yup—page.  It can advise of your privacy policy, provide a legal notice, describe you.  Pages don’t have associated times and dates.  They’re . . . there.

Moreover, posts can be organized into categories and tags, and people can subscribe to them.  They’re “postable” in other social media sites, courtesy of plug-ins, and are great to communicate with others through comments.

Both look similar, as you’ve undoubtedly noticed.  Nothing wrong with that.  Use both as you see fit.

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