Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Adamapg, Oct 15, 2014.
Is it better to ad articles to a site as articles or on a blog as a blog post? Why?
You have to be more specific in your question, based on what you asked I'll try to answer but you have to know that there is no such a big difference between the 2 way of submission.
Posting an article on a "specialized" article site will just help if the other articles are related with the field that you want to target, otherwise the time to index that content will be really long.
Posting a blog, especially if you get your own sub-page will be faster taken in consideration but is applying the same rule, if the blog is about peanuts and you talk in your submission about loosing weight will take longer time to have it properly indexed.
It depends what you want to achieve. Do you want to have a blog or do you want to have a site? Blogs on free platforms have the advantage that you don't have to pay a penny for them. For a site you need a hosting, a domain and the knowledge to install wordpress or joomla on it. So, really it depends on what you want.
Do you mean the difference between:
On a blog such as wordpress?
I am not sure what you want to ask.
good topic, you need to think
Content is content as far as seo.
What your probably asking is something related to a CMS you have to be more specific.
Articles are very informative so it depends upon your website whereas when you are talking about blogs,then that should be very interesting at all so that people would have some freedom to comment there on.
He's asking if he should add content using individual pages or blog posts. It really depends on the format of your website. I use pages for the ones that I have right now, but if you go the blog route make sure to have an about, contact and maybe a faq page and then the home page displaying current blog posts. You will have to set up the categories properly so your users can navigate.
First thing, you must be clear on what you ask. It's easier for us to help if the question is clearer.
Separate names with a comma.