Although the ball has dropped, and it's now 2018. We don't want you to drop the ball. Be sure to take care of two important tasks for 2018.
- Adjust your website's copyright to show 2018 instead of 2017. Many themes automatically adjust the copyright date.
- Adjust your Adobe Lightroom import presets to 2018 instead of 2017.
Welcome to the WordPress photography podcast, the podcast for photographers who want to learn how to get the most out of WordPress to grow their photography business. You don't need to be a geek to understand WordPress settled back and listen as we show you how now. Here's your host, Scott Wyden Kivowitz. What better way to bring in the New Year with episode 50? Hey everyone. My name is Scott Wyden Kivowitz and you're listening to episode 50 of the WordPress photography podcast. This is the first episode of 2000. We kind of just wanted to share a quick, quick tip because well, the ball has dropped. I don't want you to drop the ball yourself, so here's what I recommend and what we recommended inventory for you to do right now. There are two things. The first is related to your website. Of course, this is a the WordPress photography podcast, so no matter what website platform using, go to your website, check the footer, check your copyright date on your footer, and make sure that it says 2018 or arrange a date range. For example, if you started in 2000, it's this 2000 to 2018 and 2017 because well it is now [inaudible], so it's pretty important. Don't drop the ball number to do the same thing with your import preset. In Adobe lightroom, you can create a preset that automatically add the data copyright information to your photos meta-data, so it'd be sure to make sure that your preset is set for 2018, not 2017, so this was a very short podcast episode. It just want to kick off the new year with something fresh and something just it just to just to get you go in. Good luck to you in 2018. Make it often. You've been listening to the WordPress photography podcast to listen to other episodes and to subscribe to the podcast via itunes, stitcher, Google play, and more. Please visit imagely.com/podcast.