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Differences between Google+ Pages and Google+ Profiles

Pages can’t add people to circles until the page is added first or mentioned.
Pages are for businesses, brands, orgs and public figures; Profiles are for people.
The default privacy setting for elements on your page profile is public.
Pages have the +1 button (similar to Facebook Page's like button)
Pages can’t +1 other pages, nor can they +1 stuff on the Web.
Pages can’t play games (Wah!!!)
Pages don’t have the option to share to ‘Extended circles’ (thank God)
Pages don’t receive notifications via email, text, or in the Google bar - yet.
Pages can’t hangout on a mobile device - yet.
Pages have no analytics module - yet.
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Pages also can't comment on, nor can they share a post from another page or a profile...Limited social interaction for Pages. I guess individual accounts (profiles) will have to do the leg work.
 I'm an environmental consultant posting commentaries and analysis on regulatory news,  events, trends, etc,
Question: Should I post on my personal profile or on my page?
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