How You Can Control Queerty’s Coverage of Dustin Zito, Davey Wavey, Justin Bieber, and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Oh hi! Did you notice that lately we’ve been a lot more active over on Facebook? We’re pushing every story over to the wall (as the kids say) so you can hit “Like” to your heart’s content.
But we have a slightly ulterior motive in doing so. You see, this is our sneaky little way of figuring out what’s popular and what you want to read more of.
For example, eight people liked the story about the Old Navy shirts, six liked the one about the rapture, and three liked the story about the gay sailors. Therefore, you may expect to see more stories in the future about apocalyptic naval trysts involving price-conscious fashions.
Also, try to contain your shock upon hearing that Dustin Zito and gay porn are popular topics.
But what does this mean for you, the savvy Queerty reader? It means that if you see us cover a topic that you like, you shouldn’t just like it in your head. Like it out loud! Click the “Recommend” button at the top of every post you like to let us know that we should stick to that particular beat.
You can also, of course, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, or let us know what you think of a particular story in the comments.
So if we see a ton of thumbs-up for, let’s say, Justin Bieber or the United Nations, but not so many for poor Davey Wavey, we’ll adjust our coverage accordingly. (For the record, only one person liked our last post about Davey Wavey.)
And don’t forget to join our Facebook page so you can catch all of our coverage the moment it breaks. You don’t want to be the last to know about the latest Zito headlines, after all.