Why does HubPages have that feature where someone's answers are voted down...
and the minuses outweigh the pluses, they make that person's response hidden? Frequently those responses (answers) are the most interesting or pertinent. I always look for them and often give them a plus vote. If previous votes were close -- plus/minus -- my plus vote frequently gets them out of "limbo". Ha ha.
I really don't think it matters anyway. It's like "American Idol" where people vote by texting or calling hundreds of time to place their votes. Anyone can go on these questions and continue to run the score up or down. There is no rhyme or reason sometimes.
by Jarn6 years ago
Have you ever voted someone's hub, comment, or answer down simply because you didn't like them?Come on. Be honest. I see many legitimate answers being voted down, possibly on the basis that the voter did not agree with...
by rLcasaLme6 years ago
I've seen answers and mostly were really the best possible answer to that particular question. The answer actually makes others redundant or of lesser value.So, why do these answers get a vote down?
by forall4 years ago
Do you feel easy to answer questions on HP after getting your answers voted down without any reason?I don't know why are people enjoying to vote down answers. Did HP give hubbers a power that (some people) they do not...
by Teresa Schultz5 years ago
How often do you vote a hub or an answer to a question down?I've been at HubPages for just over two weeks. I feel hurt if I know I have given a fairly good answer to a question and it gets voted down. I have not yet...
by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
by freecampingaussie6 years ago
Why do good answers get voted down ?Why are answers that have nothing wrong with them getting voted down ?If the subject is sex every answer seems to get voted down ? Is it someone who hates sex & can't handle...
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