Difference between blog and website
The basic difference between a blog and a website is theoretically the difference in how data is being presented – the format. Apart from that, in practicality there is a fine line between a blog and a website, not much to ponder about however. Many people have websites (for their businesses as well as for personal use) and many people have blogs. The issue is whether people truly understand the difference between a website and a blog. They certainly are not the same thing. There is some key differences between them.
Identification of Blogs:
A chronological listing of blog posts. A commenting system that invites readers to participate in the communication and leave behind comments. Blog posts are archived by date, category, author and sub-categories. Really Simple Syndication feeds for posts and/or comments for feed-readers.
Identification of a website:
A homepage that displays content from several sections of internal website pages. A design portfolio of work. A blog might be a part of a website, but not the only thing. A Frequently asked questions page that readers can browse to get more information. A page of client testimonials and feedback. Company’s terms and privacy statements pages. A Contact form that allows visitors to get in touch. A services/products page that displays what they have to offer for the visitors.