I have been stuck on level 4 for a while. I have written at least 50 or more comments that I have given thought to. How long does this take and how many comments do you need to progress?
I, being a permanent Level One or None, have absolutely no idea.
by Sherri 7 years ago
I looked around the forums and HP Blog for info on this and found nothing...just went to answer comments on my Hubs, and I'm seeing commenters highlighted in yellow with a designation of a level (5, 7, what, 1 out of 10?) What's this about?
by Tammy Lochmann 8 years ago
Just thought I would ask to see how other people handle them. I just delete them and don't acknowlege, I have found that if you answer it just gets worse.Who has this problem?
by Oyewole Folarin 7 years ago
Why level 6, 3 & 2 commenters in hubpages?I went through some hubs and below there were level 6 commenter, level 3 & so on next to some profile names. Is this a strategy to encourage hubbers to keep leaving good comments?
by Sherri 8 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by OTEE 6 years ago
What is the criterion for giving different levels to commenters when the description reads the same?Recently I received a notification from Hub Pages stating that I had achieved to Level III commenter status. Surprisingly the description for Level II and Level III commenter reads the same -...
by diogenes 3 years ago
If you reach a high level as a commenter on other's hubs, what right does HP Editors have to downgrade your status based on your output? This donkey and carrot encouragement only annoys contributors who feel equally competent to make comments regardless of number of articles written, after...
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