We're having a bit of a disagreement of where certain content belongs on our company's website.
We have an Events page, where upcoming events are listed. However, this page was traditionally for events that we would physically be at - not webinars.
We also have a Resources page that has become a place where we dump stuff that doesn't exactly fit into the site's structure or doesn't really belong on another page.
Some people think that adding the webinars to the Events page is bad because users won't think Events when(if) they're searching for webinars on our website. They think the webinars should be its own page, so that people can easily find them. However, if this webinars page was created, I'm sure it will be nested in the Resources page mentioned above, thus not solving the problem.
What's the argument against having the same content in 2 places just for the sake of findability?