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Post – Adds a timestamp and is most commonly used by blogs. When you publish a post on your site, it appears on the home page. Apart from this, you can choose categories and tags for your posts.

Page – It is static and does not show timestamp. For Pages, you cannot add Categories and Tags. It is mostly used for Contact page, About page, Privacy policy page etc.

Also, when you publish an article on your blog, it is a post.
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