Okay! Here is my...
Bully.ing can happen for so much different reasons, and that can definitely effect the way bull.ying can happen. With all of these different reasons, there are some ways that can be much more common than other ways. But there will never one way that's 100% used more than the other way. It's just a little like trends, because there will always be some people who do not do them.
When people bully unintentionally, they do not realize what they are doing is bad. They are not aware of what they are causing, not aware that they are continuing a chain of people who get angry because they are being bullied, so they pick on someone else. Most people know that the easiest way to get these people to stop being mean is to actually tell them that they are being mean. Here is one way this could happen in a way with cyberbul.lying: Someone is stressed about certain issues, so online, they randomly do something that someone else gets offended by, and they don't really care about the person's feelings. Later, the person isn't stressed anymore, and saw what happened and that what they said was mean. They realize what they have done is wrong, and they take it down and say they are sorry, end of example. This happens a lot both online and real life, but that doesn't mean it's the only way to hurt someone's feelings. There are still people out there who really do dislike someone and they really feel like they should hurt someone's feelings over it. We can't all think like that. We are all who we are, we exist with our own thoughts, feelings, and actions, no matter how good or bad they can be.
That's my main reason for being neutral.