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. One thing to be aware of is ‘vote-fuzzing’. … Karma should always be earned legitimately and honestly.
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.
What happens if you get negative karma?
A low or negative karma score means the user’s interactions upset people, and usually point toward the user being a bot, spammer, or troll. Karma is divided into Post Karma and Comment Karma: Both are added together for total karma score.
Do you lose karma if you delete a post?
At the moment, the karma you gain or lose is independent of the posts you gain or lose it from. In other words, deleting a post won’t strip you of the karma you built with it!
How can I lose my karma?
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. One thing to be aware of is ‘vote-fuzzing’. In an effort to combat bots, spammers, cheating and vote manipulation on the platform, Reddit disguises your actual score.
Why do I have more Upvotes than karma?
It’s a combination of upvote on comments, posts, and other stuff. Reddit doesn’t say exactly what their algorithm is but we know it’s not 1-1. Karma is not equal to upvotes. It starts out at about 1 karma per vote but the more votes a piece of content gets the less karma you gain or lose from each vote.
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.
Why do I have 1 post karma?
A user’s karma reflects how much a user has contributed to the Reddit community by an approximate indication of the total votes a user has earned on their submissions (“post karma”) and comments (“comment karma”). When posts or comments get upvoted, that user gains some karma.
What is karma farming?
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Who has the most karma?
#1 Apostolate. The king. Apostolate claims to be a law student in New York. A redditor since January 2012, he has 1,374,900 comment karma.
How does karma work in life?
Karma is at once the consequence of past actions and the opportunity for healing and balancing in the present. It is a balancing action that offers us chances through life circumstances, situations, and relationships to learn important spiritual lessons.
Do you need karma to post?
Unfortunately your account does not have enough karma to submit things to /r/videos at this time. /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.
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.