Fixing Broken Links Across Social Sector Websites and Resource Pages

If you have spent any time doing research on social issues or working in government or nonprofits, you've likely encountered many websites filled with broken links. There are some great government and nonprofit websites and resource pages out there, but over time these pages often end up as a list of broken links instead of helpful hubs of reports, data sources, and other resources.
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Nature and Context

Broken links make website visitors sad and frustrated that they can’t reach the intended resource. They reduce credibility since they make the website appear unprofessional or untrustworthy. Broken links also block search engines since they can’t index the intended resource or show that resource in future search results.

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