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  • Which one is a better magnet for search engines: WP posts or WP pages?

    I’m writing a couple of articles, and they’re all ‘timeless’ – so it doesn’t really fit the definition of a ‘dated blog post’.

    Are there any guidelines on how to optimize WP pages for search engines?

    Or should I just treat them like any other regular WP post (i.e. appropriate titles, and tags, etc.) ?

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  • >I’m writing a couple of articles, and they’re all ‘timeless’ – so it doesn’t really fit the
    >definition of a ‘dated blog post’.

    I think you’ve answered your own question. I create “pages” for my occasional “timeless” articles, which tend to be long, and blog “posts” for my short day-to-day stuff.

    It’s really the quality of content, more than anything, that determines your search engine ranking. The pages I’ve created have done reasonably well in this respect.

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