Pages vs. Posts vs. Categories. Or Blog vs. Member’s Area
Welcome to episode #11 of the SubscribeMe show from SubscribeMe.fm.
I’m your host Ravi Jayagopal. I am the co-founder & co-developer of the world’s most feature-rich membership plugin for WordPress, DigitalAccessPass.com, fondly known as DAP.
I’m going into this episode with the assumption – or should I say, presumption – that you are using WordPress to power your membership site. If you are not using WordPress, and are using Joomla or Drupal or some other content management system – aka CMS – then you could skip this episode, but I recommend you don’t, because you still might pick up some important nuggets of information.
So, why did someone even bother originally creating a new type of content called posts?
Isn’t everything just a Page?
Why did Posts even come into existence in the first place?
To answer that, we need to do a quick 1-minute flashback to the time, when the word “blog” came into being.
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– Ravi Jayagopal
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