Can I reach a Hubber score of 85 if I am a level commenter?
I am fervently trying my very best to update my hubs on this account. I truly believe and love these hubs, but I must ask if I am wasting my time.
I write in many different locations out on the world wide web. I have considered moving this site so this is a critical question for me.
If I am not able to be anything more than a level 1 commenter, is it still possible to obtain a Hubber score of 85 or more?
Commenter level and a Hubber Score are not directly related things and your commenter level doesn't have a giant impact on HubberScores.
The biggest factor for HubberScore is the HubScores that come from QAP assessment of your Hubs. So the best way to have a positive impact on your HubberScore is to create high quality Hubs that score well with the QAP.
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