So, how old is this info?
You may have just re-launched your website with all new content yesterday, but how do we know that what we are looking at is brand new?
If you have a copyright date on your website that is updated manually, you may find yourself having to update the copyright date on each and every page of your site.
Websites with a content management system (CMS) may automatically update the date on the copyright at the footer of the page. However, since updating the copyright on your website can be done automatically, visitors still have no indication that the content they are viewing is brand new.
What are ways that you can show that your content is up to date?
- Regularly update your blog with dated entries.
- Include the date on any news items.
- Add dated press releases and clippings.
So, what are ways that your web visitors can find out when your content was last updated? How often do you update your website or blog?