Have a blog/news/articles on your website? Be sure to keep it current or remove it.
If the information is timeless, remove the dates if it’s not current. If you’re an accountant and your last update is about the 2016 tax law changes, remove your blog altogether. It’s doing more harm than good. Your visitors will question if your website information is accurate or if your company is still in business. Questions you don’t want them to have and could ultimately end in them doing business with your competitor.
It has been a real pleasure working with Shawn at Graticle Design. He has a real talent for helping clients develop a website that reflects their product, as well as their own personal vision. Throughout the process he uses videos to help his clients understand how their website will work. And most important, he is always open to ideas and suggestions to ensure that their individual needs are met. Without reservation, I would recommend Graticle to friends and colleagues who are seeking a website designer.
Graticle started in 2009 out of Ridgefield, Washington. Not the ideal time to start a business (with a recession in full) but we’ve figured out how to stay ahead of the curve and work harder and better than the other guys. We started out with one thing in mind: Clients. We realized that a project is what you’re after but that’s not all. Our clients not only love what we create but also receive great care and appreciation throughout and after their project is completed. Need more proof? Read any one of our 94 customer reviews.