Does Voted Up supersede useful, interesting, beautiful.....?
Or should people Vote Up as well as select the others? I was just curious. Don't want to give anyone the shaft if I only Vote Up.
I'm not sure but I think that it is an addition. Voting up helps a great deal. You vote up, and select the other terms to explain what criteria you used to vote it up. I think the more clicks the better - as long as they truly reflect your opinion. Voting up, and Adding a comment also helps the hub rank higher.
Voting up covers a great deal.. and sometimes the hub is Useful.. not super but useful.. sometimes beautiful.. and that's when I hit up and beautiful it depends on the hub.. up again covers so much.. Frank
If I enjoy reading a hub I tend to vote the piece up, then I choose 'useful', 'interesting','funny' etc from the list. So to me, they go hand in hand.
Yes ,you can do both-- they are two separate things.
Not only that, you can select more than one choice --like : vote up AND mark several or all, of the other things like awesome, useful and interesting etc.
Of all of them, I think voting up is most important.
Voting up, select the others AND letting the Hubber know what you did makes it all complete. I like to let them know in my comment that I voted up and marked what I found suiting, because it's just an extra way to let someone know how much you liked his work.
I noticed that most of my followers do the same for me since I really like this kind of feedback, next to their comment.
by Jim Higgins 6 years ago
Do you make a comment on every Hub you vote "up" after reading?I always do make a comment, even a short one, and just wondered if a lot of people read and vote without comment. Do you ever read and not vote? I have done that occasionally.
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
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by freecampingaussie 7 years ago
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