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Important Blog Pages

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After Talking About the Structure of a Blog In this article we will talk about the most important blog pages

the blog is made up of several pages and each of these pages has a reason for being and above all each of these pages brings useful information to the reader

in this article I will tell you about the most important pages that every blogger should have in his blog

we must first make a small distinction before starting, the difference between page and article:

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Articles are trivially created to write articles (blog posts), while pages are usually used to create content that is not part of your editorial plan or in other cases they are also used to contain Pillar posts 

the pages are used to add static content, that is, content that does not change and does not need to be updated 

the classic example is the ABOUT page

separating pages from articles allows your readers to find them easily also because they are easily accessible from the main navigation bar

The main pages of a blog are:

  • About
  • Contacts
  • Private Policy
  • Cookie Policy 
  • Terms and conditions
  • Sitemap

About page

The about page is a page that you must have on your blog.

You will use this page to introduce yourself and tell a bit of your story to your readers if you have a personal blog, 

if there are multiple authors on your blog, the out page is the place where you will present all your team and the people who contribute to your blog

on this page you have to talk about the vision of your blog, the mission you set yourself and the values ​​you have and follow

these will help you build trust with your readers, bring people who believe in your same values ​​closer and push away those who don’t believe in your values

Contacts

The contact page contains the information your readers, other companies and / or potential partners need to contact you

a contact page allows other users to find you, send you a message or have a way to contact you privately without leaving comments on your blog

you can decide whether to add a form to make communication simple for users or leave your email address , the address of your blog office (if you have one) and your social profiles 

Private Policy 

the private policy is a legal page that informs how your blog collects and uses and shares users’ personal information

the private policy also presents the relationships that the blog has with third parties and how users’ personal information is shared with third parties, and what rights users have towards this data

even if you do not collect personal data directly with your blog, remember that platforms such as google analytics collect and use cookies and this information must be present in the Private policy

if you use Google Adsense you will also be obliged to add a specific mention concerning Google Adsense to the privacy policy page

to help you WordPress automatically generates a Private policy template that you can fill with your data

Terms and conditions

The Terms and Conditions page is useful if you own an online store and if you offer services on your blog

A really important page to protect your blog, with this page you can prevent inappropriate behavior of your readers, give details of how it is allowed to use your site and your content

remember that it is a legal document so ask for legal help to complete yours

this page allows you to limit your liability in case of improper use of the information and services offered by your blog

it can be used to inform users of their copyright and trademark rights responsibilities

Sitemap

The sitemap is a page on your blog that is not usually intended for your readers

the sitemap is in fact intended for crawlers, which are bots that analyze content on the web

you can still create your sitemap and make it user-friendly and easy to navigate in case some reader ends up in it but as I said very rarely visited on a blog

the sitemap contains links to all your blog posts and pages which makes it easier for the crawler to read and index your articles

to create a sitemap for your blog I leave you the link of the Google procedure

Sitemap creation procedure

but apps like Yoast and Rankmath automatically create it for you

The cookie policy is a legal page that gives information on the type of cookies that are used on your blog , what these cookies do and how they can be managed by users.

in addition to cookies this page should present all types of tracking methods that are used on your blog (pixel tags etc …)