How do you go about voting on someone's hub?
When you vote up someone's hub as either funny, awesome, beautiful, etc., do you let them know at the end of your comment? Or do you hint at the votes you will be giving by the content of your comment?
I vote, tell what I voted, and comment. I know that encourages me when others do it, so I figger to return the favor beforehand...you know, give and it will be given, good measure, pressed down, and all that!
Even though I understand why people tell what they have voted, I personally never adopted that. I can't fully explain why, but I feel a bit awkward doing that. But when people read my comments of appreciation they will get clear indicators how I feel about their hub.
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