I would like to know how many people have voted up or down on my hubs, something similar Facebook's or StumbleUpon.
Only the numbers.
We see how many people select useful, funny, awesome and beautiful, so I think it's more important to know how many people vote for or against our hubs.
Because it is basically useless. I don't care who votes my articles up or down, it does not effect my earnings and it is no reflection on the quality of the article. It's purely subjective.
I kind of like not knowing. Not sure I'd really want to know (or at least have it posted), particularly on some Hubs.
I agree with you Lisa.
The other point is....what about the persons who are earning zilch.......what do they have to show for all their good work. I have been here five months and have earned a total of $5.84, maybe a little ego boost will help me since obviously I ain't earning.
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what do you think about them? plz keep it clean.
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