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1-13-2010 @ 8:09AM
What's amusing with this "Best of" is that it's just a tactic to get people to click on old links to boost visit numbers before the end of the year.
12-23-2009 @ 9:06PM
Or it is simply a way for us to go 'Oh hey! I remember that, that was crazy!" (like that old Blue post about the Greymane Wall, that takes me back).A lot happened this year, and it it was quite exciting for WoW. I feel sorry that so many people assume WoW.com has ulterior motives for every little thing they post.
12-23-2009 @ 9:21PM
I'm not saying it's ulterior, I'm just saying it's a cheap way for them to get more visitors by reposting old links that we'll be all "oh hey, I remember that" about.
12-23-2009 @ 11:17PM
I'm not saying they have ulterior motives, just that they have ulterior motives./sheesh
12-23-2009 @ 11:22PM
Don't get me wrong, hits are nice and everything, but that's not the reason we're doing these posts.All of this started from a long discussion over several days about what the top WoW stories of the year are. At one point we were going to do just one post of the top news stories, then we were going to add an editorial top stories post, then we just decided to break that down month-by-month since there was so much compelling content this year. So here we are, on April.If we were desperate for hits (we're not), we'd just post about Adrianne Curry and her camwhore antics.
12-24-2009 @ 11:05AM
*doesn't know who Adrianne Curry is**googles it*
12-24-2009 @ 2:17PM
Adam is right. He doesn't need hits on this website. By mentionning Adrianne Curry, he probably send a lot of readers to google/wiki for a couple minutes!So when is "15 minutes of fame: America's Next Top Model is a pussycat troll" to be published?
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