Whats the point of this posts actually? I mean... just have Classic news for around 2 weeks and no other content start to be not worth it :(
This article appears to be heavily implying that the popularity of guides coincides with the popularity of classes. This is a gross misinterpretation of the data.The data shows how often people need to access a particular guide. This has a strenuous correlation with the popularity of each class, nothing more. For example, warriors are a difficult class to level, so it makes perfect sense that they'd be on top. Hunters are pretty straightforward, therefore less people will feel it necessary to check out those guides.You should update your guide to accurately reflect this information, not beat around the bush like you do.To your edit of my post: "We specifically cover this in the introduction, explaining they reflect guides not overall content."No, you do not, as I already addressed. You beat around the bush and heavily imply that they are covering the same data points. "overall content" is an exceedingly nebulous term. If you had said "Do note that the following lists are based on Wowhead traffic, and reflect most popular guides not the overall class popularity in the game." then you would be fine. But you don't. In fact, the wording of that particular sentence appears to be so forced that it appears to be intentionally misleading. Of course that is pure speculation, but I have a hard time thinking anyone would naturally write that way unless they were trying to hide behind ambiguous statements.All you have to do is edit your post to explicitly state that your article doesn't reflect class popularity at all. It is really simple.
So desperate for classic content, maybe need to hire some content creators instead of this constant rubbish