I know you are cross-promoting, but to be honest:It definitely annoys me to get a notification for a hearthstone news.
Such a boring grind. Get the quest done, get the packs and never do it again.
I enjoy getting all the Warcraft news on wowhead and not just the World of Warcraft news.
so does this mean dungeon run is being removed?
I don't care at all about Hearthstone, this site is called Wowhead, I think ZAM got it's own Hearthstone website if I wanted Hearthstone news I would load that website...
Certainly people have the right to voice their feedback. Just as Zam has the right to post a Hearthstone article on any site they own. I mean, Wowhead posts information about Blizzcon, an event that has things that aren't specifically World of Warcraft. And I'm sure I could take the time to post other examples, for the sad curmudgeons who hate Hearthstone so much that they'd take time to make a post here about it. But, I've got to go watch the Greatest Royal Rumble. Maybe they'll show an advert for a soda or video game and I can get all bent out shape that those things aren't wrestling.
We can't make everyone happy but looking at overall data and trends, we believe that posting a handful of announcements on major WoW-themed updates from other Blizzard games is good for the health of the site, Wowhead's sister sites, and the interests of the majority of our readers.As for revamping the Discord notification system to block 1-2 Hearthstone articles a month, which most people do like reading, we feel it's a large amount of work for a very small amount of affected articles. We're being kept really busy by BFA and spent a lot of time recently making the webhook notifications process faster--something which will affect every single subscriber. With lots of beta changes going on and a handful of developers, we have to prioritize improvements which will help large segments of our site readers.If you are getting the news on Twitter instead, you can hide Tweets by just muting the word "Hearthstone."