I really want to try and boost my commenter level, at the moment I just comment on hubs I have written and those I read (normally via hopping) however I also have an accolade for 300 answers to my questions. If I were to comment on each of these would it be a waste of time, or actually go towards my level?
You do realise that comments for your comment levels only count for nine months, right? So nine months from now, unless you keep commenting heaps, your level will start going back down.
And commenting accolades don't actually do anything - you don't get money for them.
by Bruce Chamoff5 years ago
This is strange. I was a level 3 commenter and have been commenting a lot in the last week, hopefully considered quality comments, but I went down to a level 2 commenter today. Does anyone know if Hubpages changed their...
by Shauna L Bowling2 years ago
I've been a level VIII commenter for well over a year. Today, I noticed I've been reduced to level VII, yet I comment on several hubs every single day. Has anyone else experienced this? Does anyone know why my level may...
by Shauna L Bowling23 months ago
I love the new look of the hubs. The share buttons are in the right place (as evidenced by other popular blogs/site). My Hub Score has even gone up, although my Hubber Score continues to oscillate.What I don't...
by Hui (蕙)2 years ago
I used to be a level 4 commenter. Suddenly, became a level 1. Interesting!
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
An Accolade is an award for an achievement. But Commenter Level isn't an award for achievement - it's just a measure of your commenting activity at that point in time. In that sense, it's more like...
by MissFrost5 years ago
HELP! I'm new to Hubpages (4 days). I noticed that when people make comments on my hubs, there are little titles that say: level 2 commenter, etc. How can I tell what level I am at?
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