Top 10 Ways to Avoid Junk MSN ArticlesWith the recent takeover of dislike-ridden articles written by a new wave of journalists, there are almost no quality articles on the website. If you pulled up the MSN start page, you would see some articles having outlandish titles, articles having more dislikes than likes, articles that don't even cite sources, and articles that are completely useless. However, not all the articles on the said website are like this. Here are ten ways to avoid these articles on the website. If you have any suggestions, please put them on the list.
Sometimes you need to click the Not Interested icon on some of these. In just a few clicks and after a few articles, the system will understand you a little better.
Research the company behind the article. If it is known to have a good reputation for reporting, then you're good to go. If it has a bad one, you know what to do.
Not being able to comment on an article is a bad thing in some cases. It depends on which case you're talking about. If a major event has happened, we understand why, but if it's someone's opinion on something, it's a completely different story.
If the title of the article suggests something out of order, or if the image shown on the page is not relevant to the headline, try to avoid it.
The like-to-dislike counter is a lifesaver. Since YouTube doesn't acknowledge that censorship is a bad thing, at least you can see the numbers on MSN. While reading, check why people either like or dislike the article.
We have seen these several times while scrolling through the main page. People in the comments section of some of these articles point out why the writers even thought it was a good idea to include a confusing title like the one they are reading. Just stay away from these types of articles.
If a writer has a bad reputation for creating articles that are riddled with dislikes in the past, stay away from that article and read another one.
If you've researched the outlet's name and find that they have a bad reputation in article writing, or if you think the news is fake, don't click on the article. Read another one instead.
If the article or title attacks a certain group of people, you can report it and choose not to read the article.
Especially if the article has more dislikes than likes, avoid it. Find a more informative article instead.