Do You Regret Something That You Published? Here’s How to Respond

by Herbert Lui
In the fast-moving media cycle, media companies and brands inevitably either don’t produce enough content to connect with their audience, or publish stories that they’re not proud of. No one is perfect. And no one seems to have a solution. Deleting articles from the Internet that don’t fit new standards—or are the source of controversy—is possible, but it’s not always a good idea.Read the full article

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