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?
I just read Flora's response on this subject. You might want to read it too. Commentary Levels on Hubpages: What do They Mean? Plus, I recently wrote a hub all about utilizing the commenting section of Hubpages. Take care now.
Yes this is a strategy for hubbers to leave engaging comments. The levels in comments was there for a long period of time. It is only now when the levels are shown in the comments. Previously, it was shown only in the profile page in the accolades.
I noticed that some hubbers are attributed the levels VII or VIII for commenting and yet they leave comments such as: "Great hub. Thanks for sharing." Well, if that's a great commenter...
by Sherri 7 years ago
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by Sherri 8 years ago
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