The ‘Pages vs. Posts’ tutorial covers:
A side-by-side comparison of Pages and Posts
The similarities between the two
How Posts display on your site
Features for organizing Posts
The purpose of Pages
How Pages are organized
While the Page editor and Post editor look the same and provide many of the same tools, the similarities pretty much stop there. Pages and Posts each have a unique structure for how content is organized, searched and shared. A Post is like a journal entry that by default displays on your home page in reverse order–showing the most recent entry first. Posts can be tagged and organized into categories providing powerful search options for finding and managing archived posts.
Post categories help make your site easier to navigate.
Pages on the other hand are for content that stays the same most of the time–like a ‘Contact’ page or an ‘About Us’ page. Pages do not have the ability to add Tags or Categories, but instead allow you to position one page under another creating Sub-Pages helping to make your content easier to navigate and manage. Organizing your content into Sub-Pages not only helps make your site easier to navigate, but when laid out thoughtfully it can make your site easier to find by search engines, like Google, potentially driving more traffic to your site.