Why is this considered spammy? Also Owlcation editors allow it. Dengarden editors discourage it.
I imagine it's because the suggestion seems self-promotional, especially when there are social media icons on an article. The staff may consider that the icons are a sufficient prompt for sharing an article. I agree that the policy should be the same on all network sites, though.
People know they can share. So these requests don't add to "the user experience" or the bottom line
I agree with psycheskinner. Perhaps I should have added the word "excessively" in front of self-promotional in my first post.
Ok, I remind them anyway. It's the least they can do if I give them help and save them dollars on a troubleshooting article.
It's a grey area and open to personal interpretation, which is based on attitude.
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