Are you supposed to Vote your Hub Up?
My understanding of Vote Up means it bumps it up the list of hubs viewed by Hub Hoppers, correct? Is voting up something that is penalized? I don't want to break any rules, but if it's allowed, I'm all for it.
I don't know if this is correct, but I thought it meant vote up as in hub score, read a hub and if you think it should have a higher score, vote up.
Just like clicking on the adds in your own hubs is not allowed, voting your own hub up or down is not allowed, however due to some flaws in the system it can physically be done. Hopefully it will corrected sooner rather than later.
I'm with Hollie, I thought to vote it up would help increase the Hub Score, but I am a total noob. One thing I do know, voting up your own hub is a no no.
by John10 years ago
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by Kate Swanson6 years ago
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by Jean Bakula6 years ago
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by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
by gpower210 years ago
I have a hub about cell phones that generally has a hub score between 92 to 95. This evening it has been fluctuating between 2 and 5! Is there a bug in the system? Any ideas?
by ftclick7 years ago
what is this about? I saw a couple of followers who have 100s of followers and "0" Hubs.What is the point to join and have no Hubs at all?
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