Ok, so I participate in the forums, ask and answer questions, read hubs and leave comments that are more than "great hub." (And I've been doing these all along). Granted I haven't written a new hub in a while but I have been active here.
At what point does my commenter level ever get past IV? I know it's just some silly little accolade but come on....
I have also been trying to break through that barrier! I wonder if someone can tell how often they update those accolades - is it instant?
Here's the blog page that may help: http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/05/commenter-accolade/
I'm level IV too I guess I don't comment on enough hubs...
Danette, you are wrong about being stuck: You are currently Level V.
I have given around 140-160 comments already, and just received my level III badge yesterday.
Hahaha. Paradigmsearch, my forum posts sucks and im also proud of it. lol
Indeed, as you should be.
Is not one accurate, insightful comment worth a thousand or more insipid "Attaboys"?
Is not a comment that makes us laugh worth more than a hundred that are stamped out with a cookie cutter?
This "Level X" commenter stuff is nonsense.
So this was obviously a whiny rant on my part some months ago....
I would say only one way to get a new badge or a higher level: Just be active and enjoy it. Well, these badges or acknowledgement will come itself when the time is right. I used to be very 'crazy' with these badges. Then I realized that I am totally missing the whole thing here at HubPages which is work togather with the community and enjoy yourself
I have no level yet , but I'm having a good time reading the hubs, questions, and forums! Gunna have to party when I get that level 1!
by Shauna L Bowling 8 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 sangeeta verma 9 years ago
Can commenter level be decrease if yes what will be the reason?How my commenter level is showing level 1. Previously it was showing level II now it is level I can anyone will explain this.
by Bruce Chamoff 10 years ago
This is strange. I was a level 3 commenter and have been commenting a lot in the last week, hopefully considered quality comments, but I went down to a level 2 commenter today. Does anyone know if Hubpages changed their commenting rules? I find this frustrating.
by Jason Menayan 10 years ago
Hi everyone,In Hubs' Comment Capsules, we've made a few enhancements (coming very soon):- Comments left by the author of the Hub are reflected as "Hub Author" in a bubble next to the username.- Commenter level is indicated next to your username and when you left the comment.Note: If you...
by rick combe 10 years ago
How does one level up as a commenter?
by thost 9 years ago
Whose comments do you value the most?.What is rare we considered precious. So whose comments do you value the most? A Level 2 Commenter or a Level 8 Commenter.
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