Do you think we need an additional Hub button called: "Inspirational" ?
Some of the hubs I've recently read have been beyond 'Awesome' or 'Beautiful' Would you click on a critique button marked, "Inspirational" if there was one offered? Why or Why not?
"Inspirational" has so many different meanings depending on the subject matter. If the hub is about a practical topic, the inspiration could be to do that task or to write a hub about a similar topic. People do not write hubs to inspire others to write similar hubs. Due to the ambiguity, I am afraid it would not work, even though it is a suitable expression for certain types of hubs.
Yes, that would be great, as you say, some hubs are way beyond any buttons of choice. Sometimes I will just say, "Voted Way Up to the Heavens and beyond!" Great question.
This could work in different ways. I completely agree with Website Examiner's input however as you said - some hubs are just way beyond the options we are given.
It's true that there are so many different meanings to inspirational but I do think that on some level all of those meanings are in fact the same thing (if that made sense).
It could be possible but I think it would only be done as an experiment at first. Great idea though!
Yes - good thought. And in my humble opinion --- people do write hubs to inspire others and read them to be inspired.
this is should be inserted. if someone's hub is marked inspirational he will be highly motivated..!
Wow! That's an awesome idea. Yes we can have that 'inspired' button right beside the up & down buttons.
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