Ask It Results: What Would You Like To See More Of?

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Last week, the topic was you and where you’d like to see more coverage here on the blog. We’re grateful for our readers and want to make TouringPlans as useful, informative, and entertaining as we can to help you plan your best vacations ever.


Reviews (hotel, food) – 427✅
Data (crowds, stats) – 409
Trip Planning Tips – 236
Video – 117

Thanks for your votes. If you’re interested in more hotel coverage, please check out our YouTube channel, where we regularly post room and resort tours. We also have a dedicated page for Walt Disney World resorts and pages for each individual resort.

We have comprehensive dining coverage, including menus, too. We’ve been adding restaurant reviews to YouTube too – check out the latest review of Hollywood & Vine from Angela. You’ll even find a nifty menu search tool in our Disney World dining coverage. If you like to get your dining reviews the old fashioned way, just check out our articles here on the blog.

It’s no surprise that data is popular with you all. Have you seen our latest – we’re opening up years of crowd data for anyone with an interest in data science, statistics, or machine learning. This is the ultimate brew your own option if you’re interested in building your skills. If not, we touch on crowd predictions every week in our weekly resort previews, and we give historical data and let you know how our predictions did on our crowd calendar. Statistician Fred Hazelton has even been known to drop in on our podcast hosted by Brian McNichols and Angela Dahlgren.

Thanks again for voting. Your feedback helps us keep the blog and site relevant. And please let us know in the comments what you’d like to see if we haven’t touched on it in this article.

Laurel Stewart

Laurel has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1971 when she was negative-15 years old and running the Disney races since 2007. Her favorite attraction is Big Thunder Mountain.

2 thoughts on “Ask It Results: What Would You Like To See More Of?

  • June 27, 2018 at 11:35 am

    Since you asked…

    All the posts that are direct copy/pastes from the Disney Parks Blog (there are a lot of them) really aren’t necessary. If anything, just post a link to the original DPB article and add any relevant supplemental info that Disney left out (i.e. “Click the link below to read Disney’s announcement about the Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind coming to DCA next year. If the ride in the concept art looks familiar, that’s because it’s a re-skin of the existing Flik’s Flyers, which will permanently close after Labor Day weekend”). Boom, simple. No need to copy/paste the entire DPB post here.

  • June 27, 2018 at 11:48 am

    Maybe someone that is a Powers That Be Committee Membee will read this….

    Disabled Disney…there should be more content on TP! There are various websites that offer some info but it’s a hassle compiling them all. I would love to see s series of articles about negotiating WDW in a wheelchair, ride access, hotels, etc.

    I’ve planned a trip for in Oct for me, a friend and her daughter who has Cerebral Palsy and ya wheelchair bound. Luckily, I already know WDW well so I’ve been able to figure things out in my own. Even TA’s don’t have a lot of info!



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