How do i get a higher Reputation score?

I cant comment or Vote up and i'd like to know how. :)
artist_lauren
Asked Dec 08, 2009
Ill go and upvote all your questions and give you a higher reputation score :)
you dont need reputation score to comment my score is 0
70274 Apr 07, 2015
Wow that's honestly so stupid that she get rep points for ASKING about them. You don't just receive rep points whenever you want, you should deserve them. It took me a while to get only 63 rep points. The people who have a lot more have been on here for a while, so that's crappy of you to just let yourself get a lot of rep points instead of earning them. And the people who just liked her answer for no reason you should know that too.
Kkbbjj Jun 06, 2015
eHelp.com is a reputation based community. You can gain reputation scores by asking quality questions (clear and useful) and posting helpful answers. When other users vote your question or answer up, you will receive 5 points of reputation, but when they vote it down, you'll lose 2 points. If your post gets removed by the moderator/reputable users, you'll lose 20 points.
Ryan
Answered Dec 08, 2009
Being popular is very underrated
Moley
Answered Jun 18, 2010
just for that I voted u up
how do you vote
By clicking on the up arrow that's on the left side of the question and answer.
Jane16 Mar 14, 2014
you gain some points by asking useful questions. When people vote your answer up you get 5 points=) , but if they vote down, you lose 2 points instead =(
If your answer gets removed you lose 20 points in total ='(
Hope that helped =)
-Rukia1212
rukia1212
Answered Nov 02, 2010
Here You Go !

eHelp.com is a reputation based community. You can gain reputation scores by asking quality questions (clear and useful) and posting helpful answers. When other users vote your question or answer up, you will receive 5 points of reputation, but when they vote it down, you'll lose 2 points. If your post gets removed by the moderator/reputable users, you'll lose 20 points.

Happy to help :D
AzureATX
Answered Sep 07, 2010
Yes, rep scores can be negative.
admin
Answered Jun 26, 2013
Can you get minus score? Like if someone votes down my post, would I get -2 points?
foofy
Answered Jun 26, 2013
☆ LOL. That was one of my q's B4:) But you just answer others q's and if they like your answers, then they'll click the up arrow by your answer:) ☆
gurlygurl
Answered Oct 06, 2014
Well, I just gave you a point! :)
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Answered Dec 10, 2014
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