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Last week we added a new feature to Toolmonger — the “Interesting Post” link:

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There’s been a little confusion about how this link works.  Here’s the skinny.

Whenver you read a post on Toolmonger that catches your interest, just click the link.  It’s not a “voting system” per se — where you’d vote for a single post out of a specific group, but rather a way for you to indicate any article which catches your interest.

We use your clicks in a couple of ways.  First, we take them into account when selecting the “top 5” posts for feature in the week-ending “Week in Tools post” — which is distributed to some other websites and will be featured in our new podcast.  We’ll also use your clicks to get an idea of what kind of posts you enjoy most so we can increase our coverage in that area.

So, to review: Whenever you see a post that’s interesting, just click on the “Interesting Post” button.  And if you’re reading this via RSS, we’d sure appreciate it if you’d take the time to click through and click the button if you come across something interesting as well.

We appreciate your feedback!

 

2 Responses to How-To: Tell Us Which Posts Are Your Favorites!

  1. nrChris says:

    My favorite post is the one where someone points out a good source for inexpensive industrial style switched–my table saw is in dire need of a new switch. I want to do it right, so I am looking for a switch with two buttons and the ability to lock-out. Anyone seen that post? Yet?

    😉

    Thanks in advance, I hope.

  2. TimG says:

    Good idea. I’ll be sure to click only the posts I find the ‘most’ interesting, because I read everyone, ha

    Keep up the good work and new ‘innovations’.

    Tim

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