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It might just be a policy to not add links except if it's to articles on the same site, which is obviously stupid from the user's point of view. When I asked if it's okay to link to sources, they told me I was allowed to if absolutely necessary. I should try not to because it takes readers away from our site, and they might not come back.
I suspect that many sites have the same line of reasoning. Not your fault, obviously, but FFS: this is the most vapid line of reasoning. Japanese video chat I want to find out more I'm going to leave your site anyway, so surely it's better if I'm not irritated by your lack of citations when I do inevitably go?
Well, one of the big reasons is that many articles have a decent list of authoritative citations and external links at the bottom that I can use to find out more when I need or want to. Talk about myopic: even the BBC do this, and it's incredibly frustrating.
Absolutely smacks of some clueless senior manager setting up the wrong metrics for measuring site performance. Most people are lazy in particular, unlikely to embark on research projectsand accustomed to newspapers not citing sources no hyperlinks in the dead-tree version, after all.
They probably have data showing the rate at which people leave the site via external links. The key metrics are ad and subscriber revenue: in this case particularly ad revenue.
If the reason they're leaving makes it's more likely they'll come back again in future this may lead to jaapnese increase in ad revenue due to more sessions even though average session duration falls. Obviously I don't know, and unfortunately I've learned not to trust that higher-ups in certain organisations have done their homework on revenue-affecting decisions, but you'd at least hope that they had japanese video chat data to back up the thinking.