I guess you could, I doubt anyone who has any self-assurance that their Hubs are already good will do this though.
No, it doesnt do anything for you. You have to just have people from the community vote for the hubs. Get followers by following others that you like and you will earn votes by writing hubpages that they enjoy reading.
You can but you should not. If you do it by accident once and only once it will not hurt your account, but if you do it as a habit then your hubberscore and hubscore will suffer.
Remember that HP records each vote and knows who vote and how they vote. The system has to track this for abuse. It's the same with people who constantly vote down other hubbers hubs, they eventually are affected by their actions.
It is an exercise in futility if you vote yourself up, it doesn't make sense in any way, desist from such act here. It will get you sanction instead of earning accolades
It looks like you can, but there's no real benefit in doing so.
thanks guys. this is very helpful. i;m just wondering because the buttons are available for me, but hesitated of pushing them. good i'd thought of asking it. it would be better if those aren't available to authors.
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