Is it wrong if (hypothetically) person A asks person B to look at some of person A's best answers, hoping that person B will notice their quality and upvote them.
It's not wrong to ask for review or guidance per se. For example, when I started out here, I didn't know much about OS X or Unix, and by the time, I learned more and more. I would have loved for knowledgeable users to review my answers and give constructive criticism.
However, that is not equal to asking for upvotes. It doesn't work anyway. Note that the system regularly checks voting behavior. Serial upvotes (that are due to person A upvoting person B's post in a short amount of time) can be removed by the system when it does its checks on a daily basis.
No matter what you do:
- Don't pester people into checking out your latest answers. If they happen to see them, they will.
- Don't expect them to mass-upvote you. If they think your posts are good, you will get upvotes.
- Even if they do, don't expect these votes to last. This system was never meant to be a 1:1 "social network" type of thing. Votes should be cast by anybody.
After all, it's about maintaining good quality, so when you want people to "review" your posts, always strive for:
- getting good critique
- having your posts edited for quality
- and not just getting upvotes
If you have any particular requests and want feedback on some posts of yours, I'd post them in our chatroom.