Web Design Tip: Keep Your Blog Current

September 04, 2019    Reading Time: < 1 Minute

 

Web Design Tip: Keep Blog Current

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.

Last updated on May 04, 2020. Shawn is the President of Graticle, Inc.

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Love working with Shawn at Graticle. He is the consummate professional and not afraid to speak up with certainty around how to maximize his talent regarding how his graphics will have the most impact on our marketing and branding efforts. In my mind, this is critical. I am not just paying for someone to create what I want, but rather the value of their knowledge and expertise to create meaningful results. On top of that, his work is outstanding. I look forward to a long, fruitful partnership. Thank you Shawn and Graticle.

Neal Tricarico

CEO

Sales Growth, Inc.

www.SalesGrowthInc.com

Carlsbad, California

We have used Shawn at Graticle Design on several web design projects and have always been extremely pleased with the end results. One of the fantastic things about working with Shawn is that he asks all the right question about our company, product and our customer base. Then, from these very insightful conversations, he is able to rapidly create a design that always feels fresh and new, as well as being something that completely envelops all of our needs.

Every time we work with Shawn, he exceeds our expectations. This is saying a lot because after working on several projects with him, we have very high expectations of his ability to make each and every design special, unique and ultimately profitable for us.

Justin Spafford

Audiotech, Inc.

www.audiotech.com

Chicago, Illinois