You know how you all decided to remove the article timestamp from your corporate blogs, as a way of maintaining traffic to old articles you do not have time to keep updating? It might work.
But your website is now relegated to the “yah, maybe, a long time ago” cob-web class of resource.
No one accepts that kind of an article as an authority. It is really good evidence of out-of-date bad advice. It is now my number one question when someone says “But so-and-so says such-and-such.” “Yah? what’s the date on that article?” “Doesn’t say.” <click trash>
But I remember companies which keep spreading undated crap, and avoid them like influenza.
…just as a follow up to the last post, my application has arrived in their mail room. Not that I am anxiously following this process, or have the myriad of “where is my application in the process?” contact methods bookmarked. No, not that. Uh-uh. <fingers drum desktop>
Increasingly disconnected from the natural rhythm of the year, people huddled in cities insist the the seasons begin and end at the solar points of the year, winter and summer solstices, spring and fall equinoxes.