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1-20-2010 @ 7:46PM
While we acknowledge that there is a segment of our community that wants the drama back, that segment is not the majority of readers by far. In fact, it is a very small percent-of-a-percent of readers. 200 comments on an article (by about 80 people, I might add) does not represent anywhere near a majority opinion, or reason for us to change something back. Over time we'll track this article's hits and interest from around the site and other places on the internet, and if changes need to be made, changes will be made. We have found, however, that drama related articles do not produce as good of results as non-drama related articles do. I'm not going to go into exact numbers and other statistics, but we have clear evidence to support this -- and the entire management staff agrees on this.If you all want drama and like to read about it, you are more than welcome to go on the forums and elsewhere. But WoW.com will not the be purveyor of such articles anymore. Instead, we're going to focus on providing you with more investigate articles, community support tools, breaking news, and a wider variety of interesting columns. Drama articles are not on that list.Cheers,Adam HoliskyEditor, WoW.com
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