3rd rankedAnonymous commented
Along with the legitimate articles, there are sponsored stories, ones "from our partners, and blatant clickbait. As I scrolled through the news just now, I saw 4 of these in a row. ENOUGH! I get it, you need to sell some ads so that Yahoo remains free. But this is way over the top; especially when most of the articles are about the Kardashians or other celebrities. Pare down the number of non-stories and let us prevent certain topics. I know the coding ability is there. Well, the coding ability exists, maybe not at Yahoo, but it exists.
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Homepage SupportAnonymous commented
In between the real stories in the news feed, there are many stories that say "Sponsored." These are ALWAYS clickbait to sites that are shadier than the North side of a tree at noon. My adblocker used to get rid of them, but no more. You are sponsoring fraud by posting these links. Either vet them or get rid of them.
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