Do you Make a Habit of Rating Discussions?

United States
February 22, 2007 1:07am CST
Do you, on MyLot, make a habit of rating people's discussions or responses? If so, how often do you put negatives on someone's response? Since I'm still quite new on MyLot, I'm trying to make a habit out of rating everyone's comments or responses, but sometimes I just forget...
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• United States
22 Feb 07
i rate everything positive as long as it is in some way related to the original discussion. i frequently dont agree with the comments but that doesnt matter. if the discussion is talking about trouble in relationships and someone relies with a "i dont know what your talking about" or something that really has no reason to be posted then i give it a negative rating. i try to rate everything. sometimes i forget though.
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• United States
22 Feb 07
Yeah, I don't think that it really matters when I don't agree with a comment because we are each entitled to our own opinions. Just because we don't agree, however, doesn't mean that we shouldn't give the writer a positive comment.
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@creationhub (3071)
• Malaysia
22 Feb 07
Yes, I do. It is encouraging to the members who responds to our discussions. Besides, a positive rating helps them in their earnings too. This is definetely a good thing to do.
• United States
22 Feb 07
Really? How much does it help them by though?
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• Romania
22 Feb 07
I'm also trying to rate every response in every discussion that i'm participation in, positively that is. I avoid negative rating unless the answer really has no relevance with the subject in discussion or has an inadequate language. It's good to rate objectively because in this way we can add some value to our online community. There's no problem if you forget to rate every now and then...