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Time.com's Top 50 Websites: Egregious Oversight!

Monday, August 24, 2009

SparkPeople.com did NOT make Time.com's list of the Top 50 Websites of 2009!
www.time.com/time/specia
ls/packages/completelist/0
,29569,1918031,00.html


I couldn't find any link where folks could post their votes, hadn't even heard Time was looking for votes. Neither could I find where folks might post their strong feelings for websites which should have been included.

I was hoping that us SparkPeople fans could BOMB Time.com with complaints & requests to add SparkPeople.com to their list! Especially as I couldn't find a single health and wellness website included on their list...! C'mon we don't want the USA to be represented by a Top 50 which doesn't even list a health and wellness site...!!

If anyone can find where we can contact Time.com and inform them of their oversight I would be MOST appreciative and THEN perhaps we can begin a campaign where we can "educate" Time.com...right? :-)

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CARRIE1948 8/25/2009 7:43AM

    It probably didn't make it because, good as you may thing this site is, it doesn't have the stickiness or broad base appeal of sites like Skype. Just because you like something doesn't mean that it has to be the best.

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 8/24/2009 10:32AM

    How about here, for submitting feedback?
http://talkback.time.c
om/2008/06/13/whats-your-favori
te-website
It's for the 2008 list, but maybe they'd notice if people opined there about the 2009 list?
Also, it's interesting to see what other sites people said they liked.

Here's a podcast explaining how they chose the list for 2008
http://www.time.com/time/po
dcast/2008/50_best_websites

Comment edited on: 8/24/2009 11:19:22 AM

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UMUCGRAD 8/24/2009 9:54AM

    Great catch! It is inconscionable that the top 50 doesn't include a wellness site. Especially in these days of 'health care reform' zeal. You'd think that getting/staying'being well would be a high priority. What are they thinking at Time?

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