I think it's a combination of the number of comments you leave on other people's hubs and the length of the comments. I've noticed some higher level commentors leave a lot of very short comments while others leave only a few comments yet they are often very lengthy. I'm not sure if the actual content of those comments are factored in, but perhaps another member will know.
I believe Sheila is correct. It has to do with how much you have commented on others' and your own posts. I guess the more you comment, HP sees it as being more involved and gives you a status to reflect your involvment.
by Jarn 6 years ago
Is anyone else unhappy with Hubpages ranking commentators? Level 1, level 2, etc?It makes me feel that, simply because I have better things to do much of the time, my input and feedback when I choose to comment on an article is less important than someone of a higher level. Shouldn't they compared...
by Tiffany Delite 6 years ago
How do I know what level of commentator I am?I have noticed on hubs that there are indicators next to the commentators as to what level they are such as hub author, level one, etc...but I can't seem to find out what level I am. I feel stupid. Lol. Help!
by graebear 7 years ago
What is Level # ? Commenter. How are the levels figured .And what do the levels numbers mean ?
by Vinaya Ghimire 7 years ago
Is there is anything such as level IX commentator?I'm a level VIII commentator, but I have never seen a level IX commentator on hubpages.
by viveresperando 6 years ago
Do you think allowing comments on your hubs makes a better hub?Or do you actually think it can hinder and why?
by Carol Clarke Reed 4 years ago
What do the different comment levels mean?This question is for hubpages: Why do some comments have different levels? What do the levels mean and why wouldn't I have any levels listed on my answers?
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