When you answer a question here on HubPages, do you go back to see if you got votes up or down?...
How do you feel when you don't see any voting going on?
Yes, I check from time to time.
When no one votes, I assume that my Question was not interesting enough to get readers to take time to Answer it.
Sometimes I do that - going back to see the question, more curious to see what others say, and of course the vote. If I don't see any voting going on or that a negative vote against my answer, I will review what I wrote to see if I had written something not factual or was it rubbish. If I find nothing wrong with my answer, and still I get a negative, then I think positive that who voted my answer down is not thinking positively, that's all.
I usually go back to see if the person who asked the question left any comment and to check out other answers. When I see there was no voting going on I don't worry much, but once my answer was voted down although it was a simple answer based on my actual experience, not an opinion. I wasn't happy about it but then I saw that almost all answers were voted down (whatever that meant).
Yes, I skim old answers to see how my response was received, and in cases of many votes either way, I try to see the underlying reason and other answers.
Hey Everyone, thanks for stopping by and answering my question. I appreciate the feedback! Sorry to see someone came through and hit most of you with a -1 though. I don't get that. I gave you all a +1 to say thank you for answering.
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