How many comments you made on other hubbers hubs?
until this moment i made 284 comment.
What about you?
Why would I have any reason to track how many comments I make? Sounds like a completely useless waste of time. But, to each their own.
With hubpages nothing is useless , i think comments is one factor which determine your author score .
There are too many unknown factors related to authorscore, because Hubpages doesn't reveal all the factors. So, you wasting time trying to figure out or nail down, what factors go into your authorscore is just that..a waste of time. Sorry, but that's the facts.
I have absolutely no idea. If there is something that interests me or something I identify with, I will make a comment.
I honestly don't know if the amount of comments one makes does anything to your hubscore, as that's unknown at this point unless your a hubpages administrator. Although technically, you could argue that it does because the more you comment on other hubs, it would make the person you keep commenting inclined to return the favor, in theory, by rating up and commenting your hubs. Hence, it would raise you score, technically speaking.
Directly though? I don't think so. I think it's really not that important to worry about the hubscore though, as it's not a reflection of your income on adsense nor traffic you get, or even how good of a writer you are. therefore, i'd just ignore it if i were you, and just focus on your writing. besides, those hubscores can sometimes be misleading.
by stevemark122000 9 years ago
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by Shauna L Bowling 4 years ago
I've been a level VIII commenter for well over a year. Today, I noticed I've been reduced to level VII, yet I comment on several hubs every single day. Has anyone else experienced this? Does anyone know why my level may have been reduced?
by McKenna Meyers 2 years ago
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by dellea 23 months ago
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by Valerie Proctor Davis 3 years ago
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by mega1 8 years ago
so how do you feel about people who write hubs accept the comments and don't reply to them? I find myself doing that about 80% of the time because I run out of things to reply. also because I am a bit lazy. also because I wonder if you comment how you would know whether I reply or...
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