Are you prepared to keep your site up to date?

One of the exciting things about the World Wide Web is that as soon as something happens you can post it so that everyone who has a computer and modem can see it -- and people who are on computers can print it out and pass it around to other folks. 

The downside of this is that people expect that everything they see on a web page is current and true at the time that they look at the page.  That means you need to get quick approvals for information.  And you shouldn't keep old information on your web page unless it is clearly being retained as reference and research material.  On news pages or other areas that could become outdated, include the date when they were last updated.  And update news and other timely sections of your site as often as you can, so that you don't mislead people with old information.

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