Wordpress Pages vs Posts: Which Ranks Better Longterm?

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For Wordpress users out there:

Which type of content is ranking higher in the long run for you? Your posts or your pages?

Has anyone created a Wordpress site with pure page content? If so, how's it doing seo-wise?

I know Google will penalize blogs that do not update frequently. But will they penalize the pages also?

I'm thinking pages may be a better way to build a mini-site. I don't really care much for the pinging. There's other ways to get indexed quickly (-cough EZA-).
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  • Profile picture of the author chrisgarrett
    Posts, but only because they attract more links. My pages tend to be services and so on, stuff that people rarely link to. That said, I have sites that are all pages that use WP just as a CMS and those pages rank fine.

    Added: I don't believe Google penalizes sites that don't update, they just rank sites that are attracting links, clicks and awareness higher
    • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
      I don't know if you'll be able to find solid comparisons but logically and logistically, posts can have more links depending on your theme.

      Frank Bruno

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