this may seem like a silly question, I hope not as I am a newbie hubber, but what happens if you upvote/rate your own articles?
What happens? I don't know, it just says "your name" posted a comment on "your name's" article.
Or something like that.
why don't you try it?
Try adding yourself as a fan of yourself. HubPages has a sense of humor.
I doubt rating your articles would have any positive effects. Probably neutral...
If you try to add yourself as a fan it tells you that you are being a little too desperate. I tried that once just to see what it would do lol.
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