Do we really need the ability to vote an answer down? What we need is the ability to only vote...
an answer up? Voting an answer down dishearten the answerer never to answer a question again. Voting an answer up encourages the answerer to keep on answering more and more questions. What do you say?
I totally agrees with NGURECO. There should be +ve enegery always.
It is better to have only one option of voting up.
by Stacy Harris5 years ago
Is voting an answer to a question down a form of internet bullying?Sometimes when I am answering questions I see answers that were very good being voted down. Do you feel this is a way of putting down another writer or...
by WorkAtHomeMums5 years ago
If its wrong then they should comment in reply otherwise the person will never learn. If its rude ok that's a good reason. Some people must have nothing better to do with their lives.
by Mikel G Roberts8 years ago
I would like to suggest a change in the voting system on hubs.I would like for it to remain possible to vote up another's hub, but I'd like to see the ability of voting it down removed.Some people are petty and...
by H C Palting5 years ago
How should trolls on HP be punished?We've all seen it, trolls voting down nearly every/every answer to a question when the answers clearly add to the discussion. Shouldn't there be a limit on how many answers to a...
by indigo blue ideas6 years ago
Some of my hubs have points up to 85 but its always voted down to 70 or 75. I might have some haters or enemies that i know off. What should I do in this situation. Should I just delete my account and re-post all my...
by breathe2travel5 years ago
Why do hubbers vote down honest answers?Here is an example: http://ellana317.hubpages.com/question/ … -you-criedIs someone mad because another person cries tears of joy? Why do hubbers vote down answers...
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