Content reviews

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If a reader finds one piece of out-of-date or inaccurate content on a website, it tarnishes their opinion of the whole site, and the organisation it represents.

Out-of-date content can hurt LSE's reputation.

Put a review schedule in place, and check each piece of content on your site at least once every three months. If you don't have the resources to do this, you need to reduce the size of your website.

Remember that you need to remove old content from your site, as well as adding new content.

Don't remove content just because it's old, though. If it's still relevant, keep it. Old, relevant content is much more useful than new, irrelevant content.

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