Will commenting help to boost my rankings?
I was starting to comment to people's posts. Will it increase my rankings?
Yes, your hubber score is partially based on your overall participation on the site, so if you comment then your score will increase.
What are the other things that may boost my over all score
Publishing quality hubs is a major thing that will increase your rating. However hubber score does seem to not always correspond to logic, you may do lots and it doesn't go up however another time it may go up for seemingly no reason
Absolutely right. Furthermore, when you comment and answer questions, your name gets out more and more with each time you do so. This will help drive traffic.
by SpaceShanty4 years ago
I have noticed it is hovering just below 85 recently. I have a few Hubs with a score of around 71, could this be the reason?
by Earl Noah Bernsby4 years ago
I have avoided these two HP features til now, possibly to my detriment, due to a few concerns about the overall process. However, I may be way off base! If so, I would appreciate it if some HP-veterans could...
by John Smith4 years ago
How much time it takes to reach the Hubber Score of 75? What is the right strategy?
by MissJamieD5 years ago
I did read the FAQ about the scores but in the past I thought I read that some other things that were factors for the hubber score were time spent in forums and asking/answering questions, commenting, etc. Is that true?
by Kate Swanson3 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 Monica Langley4 years ago
Can you guys guide me what are comment levels? How are the levels figured? And how to increase your comment level? Have you some ideas?
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