Regional FlagWherever You Go, There You AreSource
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#1 - 2011/01/28 02:41:37 AM

In the three months that the new World of Warcraft community site has been live, we've received a lot of feedback from you about its features and the content we've been highlighting. 

 

That feedback has been great, but now we want to know a little bit more about how you use the site. Specifically, what do you normally check out first when you arrive? After you answer that question, we'd also like to hear about how you get to our site to begin with. Do you type in the URL, use a bookmark, or rely on a search engine? Or are you typically guided here by your favorite news site, Twitter, or Facebook? Let us know!


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#326 - 2011/01/28 06:51:41 PM
01/28/2011 9:56 AMPosted by Feury
btw, shouldnt there be tracking technology to tell you guys which pages are being hit the most?


We monitor a variety of statistics, but numbers don't really provide us any insight into why players are choosing to browse the way they do. It gives us the What, the When, and the How, but never the Why.

If you'll notice, the majority of responses in this thread follow a format: "I do X because Y." The X we can get from tracking page views and bounce rates, for example, but the Y is something only you can provide. :)