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Just wanted to throw this out there to see what kind of opinions you all have.
My entire service model is built around a weekly email newsletter.
When each newsletter is sent, I'll also be publishing it to my website as the CURRENT issue. I'll also have an ARCHIVE section where all previous email editions can be accessed.
Is it better to use categories, and only have the current issue with the CURRENT category tag? And then I can change the category to ARCHIVE when the new edition is published?
If I do this, would I then create two archive pages, and only include the appropriate categories for each?
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