Yes, that would have been great. If we could have choosen at least three from the list it could have made the cocktail more spicy, with added flavor. After all, from a variety of options is how we get the best results, right?
"This is a tricky question, Ariella. Most of us feed from a varied of the those options, make a cocktail of them, and get the product we need. It's not easy to choose only one. The intention of the poll, however, must be to determine the main source, the main component of that cocktail.
I wonder if it would have been possible to let us do just that, grade them all according to the percentage we use of them. Could it work better?
I agreed with Susan completely. I don't think we necessarily view these sources as been separate or isolated but as Susan rightly noted, we used all of them to varying degree to meet out professional objectives. To answer Susan's question, it would have been better if we had given options to choose at most three from the list.
Blogs are becoming increasingly popular. That's just a fact of the digital age. I don't think many of us have the attention span to even read featured articles. We are much more comfortable with blogs now and hence their increase popularity. Take for instance a site like Internet Evolution and its numerous band of Thinkernetters who are serving as bloggers, There is so much information one can glean from these blogs,
I also chose featured articles but it is hard toignore blogs written exclusively by professionals with a greaterand indepth experience. Whilst featured articles are the best standards for most industries, blogs written by outstanding professionals are also a major force to reckon with now.
Case Studies as you rightly noted are used for specifically to get users' experience.In that case you might say they are the same to a blog written by a season professional.
I chose featured articles but when doing online research about products and services, what I always look for are case studies for applications similars to mine. That would allow me to identify others who have tried what I had in mind and, probably, feel more confortable with the decision.
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