Launching the "Best of 7 Tutorials" Category

Since we started our website, we published lots of articles, some better and more useful than others. We arrived at a point where we have plenty of unique high-quality content, which you don’t find on other websites. In order to highlight it and make it easier to find, we decided to create a category called Best of 7 Tutorials, which contains only great articles everyone should read. What exactly will you find there? Let’s find out together.

How Are We Selecting the "Best of 7 Tutorials"?

Articles included in this section will be picked based on the following criteria:

  • Uniqueness - we want to highlight content that is either impossible or hard to find on other websites. All articles are, to a certain degree, unique to 7 Tutorials.
  • Usefulness - we want to highlight content that is very useful to as many readers as possible. Once you read them, you will have learned something useful that you can apply immediately.
  • Popularity - we want to highlight content that is popular with our readers and other websites in the tech niche. Therefore, we will pick also articles which received a good number of inbound links from other websites, plenty of +1s from our readers or comments.

The articles will be picked from all major content categories on our website. Reading them should give you a good overview of the content found on 7 Tutorials.

A Sneak Peak Into the “Best of 7 Tutorials"

Here are a few great articles we selected to get you started:

These articles and the others included in this list are mandatory reading for all our fans.

What Else Should Be Included?

Please look through our list with the Best of 7 Tutorials and let us know what you think. Is it a good list of articles? Is there any article that should be included on that list and it is not? Should we take out something? Your feedback is welcomed.

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About the Author: Ciprian Adrian Rusen
I love technology and I work in IT for more than a decade. I am the co-founder of Digital Citizen and its chief editor. Alongside my work as an editor, I am also an author. I have written and published 7 books, most of them about Microsoft products and technologies. They are translated into more than 12 languages. In 2014, I have been recognized by Microsoft for my technical expertise and involvement in the community with the title of Microsoft MVP - Windows Consumer Expert.