You asked: Why is my karma going down?

When one of your comments or posts is ‘up-voted’ karma is applied to your account. Equally, when your comments or posts are ‘down-voted’, you lose karma. … If you monitor your karma, you may notice that the total increases or decreases by a few points. This is done to fool people using vote bots to manipulate the system.

Why is my karma less than my Upvotes?

It’s because the score of a post isn’t in the same units as your karma. For small amounts of karma there’s a 1:1:1 ratio between (net) upvotes, comment/post score, and karma received. As the number of votes goes up the ratio diverges.

Do you lose karma for Downvotes?

No. Karma is worthless. The system has been abused from the start.

Do you lose karma when you upvote?

Know what karma is.

Karma refers to points received from upvotes, which are the Reddit equivalents of “likes” on Facebook. You receive approximately one point of karma for each upvote, and you lose about one point of karma for each downvote.

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Do you lose karma if you delete a post?

Nope. Deleting posts or comments neither loses you any positive karma gained nor restores to you any negative karma lost. However, some subs will not look too kindly upon it if you delete too often, so be judicious about it.

Do you get karma for posts?

When posts or comments get upvoted, that user gains some karma. … You do not earn karma from your own default upvotes on your submissions and comments, only from other people’s votes. In other words, you can’t earn karma just by submitting posts or writing comments – other people have to vote on those posts and comments.

How do I know how much I have on comment karma?

You can see this by navigating to your user profile. On the desktop site, click your username in the upper right corner. If you’re using an app, it’ll be in there somewhere but it’s different for each app. You currently have 12 post karma and 6 comment karma.

Does karma on Reddit matter?

Karma has no value outside of the Reddit platform and is purely an internal instrument. Whilst some Reddit users view karma as a gimmick as dismiss it’s value, it can and does affect your reputation and ability to post and comment on the platform.

How much karma can you get from a post?

You should have 30 to 40 karma points to post in subreddits. But some subreddits like r/branding are open for the users having 6–10 karmas.

How much karma do I need to post?

/r/videos requires users to have a minimum of 10 link and 10 comment karma. We suggest that you comment in some popular threads and make submissions to other subreddits to build up your karma and then come back.

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Does it cost karma to upvote?

It does not cost any karma to upvote/downvote. The only thing that you can really get with karma is that creating subreddit has a VERY small amount of karma required, but it doesn’t actually spend it.

What is karma farming?

Welcome to Karma. … Karma Farm combines resilient outdoor farming, the use of hoop houses, and hydroponic LED growing methods to provide chefs, home cooks, and food retailers premium local produce consistently throughout the year.

How can I get karma fast?

How to Get Karma on Reddit

  1. Post Between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. ET on Sunday. Hope you like waking up early. …
  2. Ask Open-Ended Questions in r/AskReddit. …
  3. Post and Comment at r/FreeKarma4U. …
  4. Comment on New and Rising Posts. …
  5. Always Respond to Keep the Conversation Going. …
  6. Stick with Larger Subreddits. …
  7. Post Good Content.

How do you delete karma?

6 Steps to Clear Old Love Karma

  1. Understand your karma. If you want to change a story’s ending, you have to revisit its beginning. …
  2. Respond differently. Karma likes to test us by steering us towards the same situations to see if we respond as we did before. …
  3. Change environment. …
  4. Practice forgiveness. …
  5. Generate good karma. …
  6. Perform cleansing rituals.

11 дек. 2017 г.

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