When I ended a five-year relationship in the fall of 2016, I had no desire to rush back into the dating scene.
But, bad puns aside, the decision whether or not to date your blog content (*groan*) is also about making the right impression on someone you hope will still be around when the coffee arrives: the reader.
The basic gist: I show up and pin a ribbon indicating my age group (18 to 35) to my jacket, and an event organizer matches me with someone in my age bracket.
Then my date and I head off to ride the lifts together and ski any runs we choose.
Joe Pulizzi recently triggered a conversation on Facebook on whether marketers should date-stamp their content.
And it was very interesting to see a clear split in opinions emerge in the comments.
Not according to a study of more than 1 million interactions on a dating website published this week in the .