Today I became Level I commentator. But I do not know about levels. Can anybody Explain?
we are on same level !! me neither ,,no idea what that means !! lol
I recently received the same accolade. It seems the awards are offered at intervals of 10, 50, 100, etc, so it likely comes as soon as comment #10 is offered.
As you participate in the hubpages community, commenting, answering questions, writing hubs; you receive a ranking, which is earned. You go up in the rankings by participating. This is to give people an incentive to participate in the community. If you just write and never participate, you will not move up in the rankings. Responding to the comments in your hubs also is figured into the equation. If you do not participate, your ranking will not go up. I am helping my rank by answering this question, although I would anyway.
It certainly doesn't come from writing articles because I've written 5 and I am still stuck in the 60's.
The official HubPages answer to this question is at this link: http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/05/commenter-accolade/
By reducing the score for short, repetitive comments and denied comments, HubPages is appreciating quality as well as quantity. I like the system.
This is exactly what I would like to know. I am basically new here so I still have lots of questions in mind so I am doing my research... Is there a specific number of comments you should post before your level commenter increases? Does the level accolade automatically gets posted on your profile when you reach the required number of comments? Or does your level commenter increase depending on your hub score? I think there are several factors that affects this accolade.
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