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Blog Entry# 488142
Posted: Jul 24 2012 (1:15PM)
Last Response: Jul 27 2012 (8:27AM)
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Hercule Poirot** 6394 blog posts 144 correct pred (71% accurate)
My Opinion Cerdit in my profile increases daily.. Now it is in -(negative)10. Why is it so? why I am getting negative marks.. Admins please throw some light..
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moderator** 4397 blog posts 12 correct pred (54% accurate)
Re# 488142-1 Tags Past Edits
This is a new feature showing the full history of past edits to this Blog Post. All members will now be able to Edit and refine their past and future Blog Posts with NO time limit.
The Opinions Credit = Opinions Given - Opinions Received. Negative means that you have received more opinions than you have given.
What this means?
When we all post blogs we want to receive replies, opinions, etc. This is the "reward" or acknowledgement of our participation. However, sometimes, we ourselves don't care much to provide opinions to other people's posts. A positive opinions credit means that you are fulfilling your social obligations by giving opinions to other people's posts. Others will see this and may be more willing to reciprocate. To turn your opinions credit positive, just provide some opinion to other people's posts. For example, many people provide very useful answers but they don't receive any Thanks or may receive just 1 or 2 opinions. So, just add a "Thanks" to such...
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