Static content that remains relevant over time. For example, an “about” page or a page that explains your grading policies.
New pages and page updates are not syndicated. When you publish a new post, an update is sent out to anyone who subscribes to your blog about that new post. This doesn’t happen with pages.
Hierarchical organization by default. Pages are organized into “parent” and “child” pages. In other words, pages can have sub-pages extending down multiple levels to better organize content. For this reason, pages do not usually list a date and time.
No tags or categories. Pages are not associated with tags or categories, so they must be linked to either through the menu or through other pages.
Probably won’t have comments. While you can allow comments on pages, this isn’t common. Usually, comments only happen on posts.