Do you think you owe a vote up for those who answer your questions?
I feel like I should take the time to show my appreciation so long as the answer isn't rude. Your thought?
It is always feels good to receive a reply but it is not necessary. What is important is the sincerity of the response. We all know that we to participate within the hub community to maintain good points that is why I am not expecting a reciprocating stance. At the end of the day, we know we have done our share and that's just more than enough to make your day.
If the answer doesn't actually answer the question (which happens a lot!), absolutely not. Good answers which stay on topic and provide genuine advice get "up" votes from me. Answers which just repeat what someone else has already said without adding anything new get left alone.
I feel that when an answer is reasonable, whether I personally agree with the expressed opinion or not, then I should vote up the question. What I don't like seeing is negatively voted answers simply because someone doesn't agree with the given stance.
I agree with you, TR Brown, voting answers shows appreciation.
not at all. i ask a question, someone answers it in a way i disagree with, i vote it down. it's not about appreciation, it's about what i think versus what the other person thinks.
by bileygur 8 years ago
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by Stacy Harris 6 years ago
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by Sue B. 6 years ago
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by rLcasaLme 6 years ago
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by lovesleftovers 5 years ago
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