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June 22, 2007


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el jefe

um, isn't that called a "web page"? :)

Mike Duffy

Well, no. :)

One important difference is RSS. Although there's no reason your Web site can't make updates available via RSS, most don't.

On the other hand (OTOH), most blogging tools generate RSS without a second thought.

So, if you're going to do a single post, and then update it over time, it's good to have an automated update notification feature built into your tool.

Interestingly, I haven't played with the TypePad "make a web page instead of a blog post" feature, and I don't know if it generates RSS if you update the "page".

el jefe

Well, if you are going to update your single post, maybe it would be better instead to create a new post for each update, which would go out as new posts in your RSS. Then you would have a blog before you knew it!

But if you never or seldom updated it, that I think would still be a web page....

Good question about typepad pages. Could have used them a few months ago when I was building a couple trade ass'n sites, but haven't had a need to try them yet...

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