If I really enjoy reading a hub I will rate it up, then I will tell the person whose hub it is in the comment that I leave that I have rated their hub up.
I do this because otherwise I don't know how they can tell that they have been rated up.
Maybe there is a heading in my account that I am missing maybe you have to be rated up first before it will show. But if you can't see it and no one coming to you page can see it what is the point?
The number of thumbs up and down used to be part of the stats page, until so many hub authors became obsessed about it and then those stats were removed.
Yep, by removing those columns from the stats page it meant having fewer threads per week of people complaining because they got one thumbs down.
Can you imagine how many extra threads a day there would be if those stats were still available?
Yes, people posting their entire hub asking why did this get a thumbs down?
Thanks for the info it makes things more understandable.
I guess it is all part of the secret formula that makes up the hubscore
by Kari Poulsen 9 years ago
Is it possible for Hubtivity to show who gave a hub a thumbs up. This question came up in my hub "Why I Don't Always Comment, Even When I Loved Your Hub". JamaGenee made the comment, and I agree 100%, that it would be very beneficial to hubbers to see this. People don't...
by Satori 10 years ago
Often, we'll be reading Hubs to find a specific answer or solution to something in our lives. And often, we'll get to the end and be "too busy" to rate it. This is understandable; I do it too. Even though I know that by giving a Hub a Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down, I will be...
by Hokey 7 years ago
Maybe its just me but I realize the work people put into their writing so I comment. Even if its just a thanks for sharing. How about you?
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
I was just wondering, if you read a well written hub but it was something controversial that had a different opinion than you had, would you rate it thumbs down because of that or would you rate it on the hub itself ( written well, lots of information, good layout?)Just wondering because I write...
by Dennis L. Page 5 years ago
Do you give other hubs a "thumbs down" vote?I've never voted a "thumbs down" on any hub, regardless of errors or the tone and nature of an article. If a hub is filled with errors or it is politically charged and I disagree, I may respond, but I do not vote it down. Am I shirking...
by Lela 6 years ago
I just voted my own hub down because I was trying to use those arrows to scroll with! They look like scrolling arrows, not voting arrows! This is not good.
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