Thanks, very helpful -- but now I'm confused, so I'll give specifics. I was dealing with a technical topic over a series of posts, and was concerned I was wearing down my readers with too much technical info.
So I decided to create a static page which summarised what I'd done so far (with links), finished out the topic with further info, and then linked to it in an overview post on my front page. http://mindrenewers.com/the-meaning-of-theopneustos/.
Not many hits at first, but now, if you google "theopneustos" with "meaning" or "etymology" or several other combinations, it is right near the top of the list. Theologians have been writing on the meaning of that Greek word for centuries, it is all over the Internet. So how did I get so much Google love, if pages don't have much juice with them? It's not my pretty face.... :)
Because whatever I did right, it would be nice to know.
I was going to ask this on your site, but it appears I can't comment on that post. A problem with your new theme?