Quick Fixes pt. 1

When I look at a potential partner or client website, often my first check is the footer. When I see ©2009 or  even earlier, red flags go off in my mind. I decided to research further why that copyright footer is there, and what exactly it means.

  1. The copyright symbol is used to indicate the last major update to content. So technically ©2009 may be appropriate for your site, but if content is that old, perhaps it’s time for an overhaul.
  2. The symbol often precedes a date range, with first publication date through the current year. This indicates that the website has been online and published over […]
June 29th, 2015|Consulting, Free Advice, Websites|