Is there any way of knowing how close you are to hitting the next level of commenting?
No there is no such way. You just need to be active & answering questions & forums to climb the tree.
I was wondering that myself - looks like the answer is an unfortunate no for both of us Maybe soon that option will exist?
It's a good question. I was just trying to figure this out, and there was your question. Although, I don't think I like the answers much!
yup, i am looking for that answer too. I have been at level 7 for the past few months. Desperate to know what I should do to reach the highest level. You sure are lucky to have 100 hubscore.
I was wondering this myself so I am glad you asked this question. I have also heard from people who have mentioned they went down a comment level after being inactive for a while. This leads me to believe that Hubpages wouldn't want to share this info with us.
Just hope only. If you stand at Commenter IV level you can hope to achieve Level V and so on till VIII. Commenter Level VIII is the top point, from where you have no going up. But still you can long for other accolades. One best thing is to do hard to enhance your traffic. But one sad point is that when we reached 1,000,000, the next accolade is for 10,000,000. It is too long a gap and the waiting too so long. The HP people can at least give Accolade for every 1,000,000. Let's hope they consider this seriously.
I believe that HubPages uses a software to determine what level each hubber is at, based on a predetermined algorithm. I don't think the moderators would want to spend their valuable time on something that doesn't bring in much revenue. Having said that, HubPages has not declared what it takes to move up one level, so I suppose they want to keep it a secret... bottom line is that the decision is not arbitrary.
by Anjili 6 years ago
Are you aspiring to ascend to the next level in your career?
by symphony64 6 years ago
As a Hub Expert, how can I take my hubs to the next level and draw in more readers.?
by Colebabie 9 years ago
It's really hard to choose one or the other.
by Mammas7 7 years ago
Your grades were bad in high school, and u missed the opportunity to get a scholarship,ok. Your talented and skilled and still want to play. Do you think you still have a chance to live your dream to get to the NFL?
by hubwriter 7 years ago
nicely done. I was wondering how successful placing the amazon ad next to the description works...out for you based on Amazon's Associates program. I have not had any luck with getting Amazon purchases.....although my effort has been minimal to this point. thank you,
by Sneha Sunny 7 years ago
Is it necessary to close all the questions to get the accolade for 10 questions?? if yes then please tell me how can i close the question. in the old "my account" it was easy to close but now in this new one i don't know how to close the question.
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