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    Dear @Jerusalem_Post – this is why @TimesofIsrael is cleaning your clock

    Dear @Jerusalem_Post – this is why @TimesofIsrael is cleaning your clock

    Both The Jerusalem Post and The Times of Israel have great content.

    But I always go to The Times of Israel whenever possible.

    The Jerusalem Post must hate its online readers, or at least take them for granted, because getting to the content is a real fight.

    When I saw a link to an article at the Post on Twitter, this is what I saw above the fold after I fought through the pop-over and pop-up:

    Jerusalem Post Story 5-9-2013

    Apparently there is a story in there somewhere.

    Here’s the home page above the fold:

    Jerusalem Post Homepage 5-9-2013

    Sure, I can scroll down to see some text, but why should I have to do that? Why should I have to fight just to read what you want me to read?

    And why should I keep coming back when there are alternatives?

    The Jerusalem Post seems to want to carve out a niche as the go-to news site for gluttons for punishment.


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    Alex Bensky | May 10, 2013 at 9:15 am

    I still sometimes wade through the Post but with Israel Hayom, the Times of Israel, Ynet, and other sources, I no longer find that the Post is essential reading.

    And of course, if I want to read anti-Israel stuff, there’s always Ha’Aretz.

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