No. if I write quality hubs than the readers will vote them up
No, never thought of that besides if someone finds my hubs useful or interesting they may vote my hub up or atleast comment. Cheers! ^^
No but I think even if it was possible to do so it wouldn't seem right. After all I rely on everyone else to help my hubscore go up. If my hubs are good enough they should get the thumbs up from other people. I'm not sure but perhaps Hubpages would mark you down if you did try and vote for your own hubs? Does anyone know the answer to that?
by Trsmd 10 years ago
If you are Using Poll in your Hubpages, How many viewers are casting their vote in the Poll. And which page of yours attracted much voting?
by Cindy Lawson 10 years ago
Yes fellow Hubbers, for those of you who have not yet visited this hilarious Hub by Rockinjoe http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Most-Boring … es-Historyyou really need to! After many entries into the title for the most boring hub possible, the finalists have been narrowed down to 10, and we need...
by Marlene Bertrand 7 years ago
When you go to your hub to edit it, are you tempted to vote it up?Sometimes, when I go to my hub to read comments or to edit it, I see the little "VOTE UP" button and, momentarily forgetting that I am on my own hub, I want to go vote it up. I never actually click on the button because I...
by B.T. Evilpants 10 years ago
We're off and running! Get to the polls and pick your favorite Wannabe!http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Road-To-Pub … HubNuggets
by Chasuk 9 years ago
Or do you only vote a hub down because it was poorly written, or contains erroneous information?What is your criteria?
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Hey everyone! If you've stopped by our blog, or read the newsletter, chances are you've already heard that we've proposed a panel for SXSW 2012. The theme: Bringing Back the Love When Google Hates You! Paul Edmondson will talk about how to survive a serious bout of Pandalism- in...
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