The fictitious law firm of Smith & Jones states "content copyright 1998-2004" at the bottom of every page. An introductory article on the main page is dated July 17, 2003. That's a problem in 2006. People want the most current information available. This means keeping your ?rm's website content and copyright statement up to date. If your content is fairly static, do not put dates on it. Content dated in the past can seem stale, even if it is just as relevant today. Keep articles more than a year old in an "archive" section of the site, rather than with current material.

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