RE: $HIVE Turns Deflationary As HBD Expands
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It's great that you provided links and references to allow readers to figure out that you are using @dalz's images and are expanding on his report.
However, I am curious as to why you did not give him more direct credit.
Maybe he does not want to be tagged or mentioned? Or maybe it was simply an oversight? Or maybe you prefer to not tag people directly?
Or maybe you think semi-automated reports should not be over-rewarded, and you choose to not promote rather than downvote (an approach I can certainly understand and respect).
I would not have even realized those images were not your own except that I immediately recognized them, because I regularly follow @dalz and had read his report last night. Maybe I am making something out of nothing here. It just caught my attention and it seemed (to me) that direct attribution would have been mutually beneficial in this instance.
On technical level, the source is credited correctly.
On practical level, there is so many LeoGlossary links that noone ever notices the one and only hyperlink that deserves the traditional highlighting.
Human readers lose. Why do they suffer? In order to build site reputation for search engines that do not mind 100% internal/external link ratio.
I am assuming no ninja edits (taskmaster seems to be the last guy on Hive to do that).