Lets see the thumb-up also, and see the ( clan ) voting.
People only talk about the thumbs down, but it would be cool to see how the same friends always vote for their friends and not the best deals.
Deals that are "Heating Up" are the ones well on their way to being Hot. If you think a deal that's Heating Up is homepage worthy, then go ahead and give it a plus. But if you don't think it's homepage material, you can give it a thumbs down.
encorez (rep: 10k) posted Sep 30, 2011
Plus to "CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM" it's one feature that drew me here. See: https://www.dealsplus.com/info/about "To help out these dedicated deal finders, we've created a place where they can search, share, comment, and of course, save money."
Point 1: Comment & thumbs down on a deal led me to add shipping info. It was (is) a good bargain that went front page after I edited. (FYI particular site has a reasonable flat rate policy)
Point 2: Comments only help if the poster can take action:
glwrks (rep: 122k) posted Oct 01, 2011
Thank god the mods sort out all the deals, and only put some on the front page. It would be solid cloths and other household items. How does a ( up to 75% ) deal on clothing get to the front page time after time. It is not any better than going to the store and looking at clearance.
It is obvious that friends are helping out friends here. Plusing up whatever a friend posts, even if it is an average deal.
all that is needed is a list of who gives a plus or negative. then the patterns can be seen.
encorez (rep: 10k) posted Oct 01, 2011
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