Last week we asked for your help. We wanted to know what type of articles you’d like to see more of here on MakeUseOf. We gave you 16 options to choose from, and over 4,000 of you gave your voice to help us find out more about what our readers want. So first of all, thank you!
Since there were many topics to choose from, we’ll only go over the ones that came on top. Keep scrolling to see the full results!
In 5th place, you voted for Security & privacy tips (8% of the votes),
In 4th place, we have What’s new on the Web (another 8%),
In 3rd place, 8.5% of you would like to see more articles about Windows,
In 2nd place, you voted for more articles about Android (9%),
And in 1st place, with the most votes in this poll, we have Do-It-Yourself articles, with 11% of the votes!
Thanks to all 4,033 readers who voted!
Comment Of The Week
Wow, so many great comments! You guys did a brilliant job coming up with article ideas for us and telling us which topics you’d like to read about. In case you’re wondering, I’m going to recommend that every MakeUseOf author read your comments, and hopefully we can turn most of your ideas into reality!
If I could give away 59 t-shirts to all those who commented, I would. Alas, I have only one to give away, and this week it goes to Millthumpian! It was a tough choice, but Millthumpian’s interesting idea of having techy articles in two versions, one for those who know the jargon and one for those who don’t, is just brilliant. Thank you Millthumpian!
I would like you to have two versions of your techie articles. One for those who know what they are reading and then one for people who have noooooo idea what on earth all those jargon words mean. That way when I start reading an article I can look at the idiot guide if I need to!
I like that you have guides and interesting topics about new stuff all the time.. keep up the good work.
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