Blogger Pages vs Post | 7 Major Difference

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If you are using the blogger platform for the first time, you might have been in a situation where you are eager to know the difference between blog pages and post.

Creating my first blog, I started with the blogger platform. I learned and figured out how the platform works.

In this article, I will teach you how to get started with blogger pages and posts.

Trying the blogger platform for the first time, you will be welcomed with a dashboard that contains all your blogger settings.

On the top is your post and add a new post tab. There you can add new post. This and more we would explain in this article.

Introduction to post in blogger

Post is where your main website content is published.

By default, this is your blogger website homepage. All your post are displayed on the home page.

A blog post contains ;

1. Blog title

2. Meta’s

3. Content

4. Categories & Tags

5. Comment

Blog post title:

This is the clickbait of every blog post. It tells your reader what your blog post is about.

It’s also what determines if a visitor will or will not click on the blog post.


This includes the date, author name, and a number of comments on the blog post.

It is usually found at the top of the blog article.

This sometimes tells your visitor how relevant to the present date is that article.

For example, no one will like to read a blog post that was written in 1999 when we are in 2022.


This is the cover of the post. It is the main body that contains what the visitor is looking for.

The content gives a perfect explanation of what the blog post is talking about.

Categories & Tags:

This can be found below the content. It’s is what search engines used in finding your blog post.

The categories are what helps you arrange your blogpost for your visitors and tags help search engine.


this is the last link at the bottom of your post page. all themes have a link to comments. This is where your readers can click to write a comment in response to your post.

Blogger Pages vs Post
Blogger Pages vs Post

Introduction to pages in blogger

Pages are at the forefront of every blog or website.

Pages on blogs are normally used for information that you want to share with your readers but don’t expect to update frequently.

Examples of pages include the about us page, contact us page, privacy policy, and disclaimer.

Page is different from a post in blogger. It consists of :

1. Page tittle

2. Page content

3. Comment

Page title;

Unlike blogger post titles, the page does not have a clickbait title. They are simply used to pass information.

The titles are sometimes short and straightforward. It simply tells a reader certain information about the business or blog.

Page content:

the page content is straightforward. It tells what your page focuses on.

It contains the main idea of the page.

6 major differences between Blogger post vs blogger page


1.  Post is regularly updated

2. Design with comments and sharing contains categories

4. post consists of tags

5. post covers a wide range of topics


1. Pages are not regularly updated

2. Pages do not have comment links but some do under a rare case.

3. Pages do not consist of tags

4. Pages are not listed with the date


There are various question I would like to give you answers to on this Blogger pages vs post difference. this questions include:

What are pages on blogger?

Pages are used for information that you want to share with your readers but don’t expect to update frequently

A page is simply defined as any blog post that is not updated regularly but contains certain information about the website.

Should a website contain blog post and pages?

Sure, every website should contain both. Especially if you are up for the business purpose.

All websites should have pages that explain what they are about and how to contact the website admin.

Do pages rank on Google?

Sure, pages rank well on Google. You can check that out on some top websites.

Google rank pages a lot especially when the website is genuine.

With that being said, I hope you got value from this post. Please let me know your thoughts in the comment box.

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