Porcelain is typically more expensive, so consider your budget and the size of the area you want to tile. Tiles also come in many shapes and sizes. For flooring, however, I would suggest using larger tiles. Ceramic tile brings a texture, richness and color to a room that Linoleum has yet to truly mimic. Tile floors can be installed in any room, however they are most frequently seen in bathrooms and kitchens.
I particularly like them in entryways, where they serve as a transition point from the outside to large carpeted or top quality polished procelain tile rooms. They make for easy clean up and are impervious to water damage. Ceramic tiles come in two basic types. Glazed and Porcelain. Glazed holds up the best for heavy traffic areas and porcelain works well in bathrooms.
I also recommend when Tiling over Linoleum that you first apply ring nails or screws on center over the entire area. Tiles can also be installed directly over Concrete. Make sure in all cases that the floor is level and free of dust and debris prior to installation. The trick is to polished procelain tile for sale out such that stubby tiles do not show up in highly visible spots. Once you have completed this, make two marks with a pencil outlining the most centered tile.