How does Hubpages determine if you become a level 1,2,3, etc. commentator? Is it based on the number of hubs you comment on? The quality of your comments? If you comment on different people? Does anybody know? I'm just curious...
Relache, thanks. That is the first time I have seen that.
StellaSee, I have been here 3 weeks and I am a level 3 commenter. I am not sure of the formula, but you just have to participate with other people in some sort of meaningful way. If you do a little each day it is not hard to move up. I am guessing each stage is a little harder to get. Still, by commenting I have discovered some great hubs with owners who are awesome.
Actually, I would be more inclined to say that it is actually effected by specific activity- i.e. commenting on hubs and asking questions and answering questions.
It might even include commenting on people's status on the Feed.
However, do realize you do earn a different accolade for activity within HubPages community and activity such as reporting SPAM will trigger. Posting to specific forum threads used to trigger the same accolade.
Then again, I wouldn't be too concerned with your accolades. They are really only there for your own ego boost. They are only posted on your profile as an option. You can be the only one who sees them or you can share them with everyone who reads your profile. They are irrelevant to earnings.
That is very interesting. Do you think removing accolades makes any difference to traffic?
Hi bedbugabscond wow that's impressive~ congratulations! I thought I do comment pretty often..but not everyday though! According to the link that relache shared, I guess it helps to make comments on your own hubs as well, better start writing more I guess. I agree, I'm getting this feeling that every level is supposed to be harder to get than the previous one.
Hi Cagsil that's good advice! It's easy to get too obsessed with the accolades. The most important thing is to write, read other people's hubs, comment, enjoy the experience then if you get lucky, you'll get paid for your efforts. At least that's how I try to see it
Thank you guys for all your thoughts!
by Chandrashekhar Siva 5 years ago
Til ltoday afternoon I had the accolade of Level I commentor. But now Isee it removed. Anyone has any idea as to why that happened?
by Jack Baumann 8 years ago
How do you view your commentator level, and does this level affect your standings at all?
by Lizam1 7 years ago
How does one move up as a commentator?I seem to have been a level 5 commentator for ages. I do comment regularly but do not move up. Any tips from higher graded commentators?
by Tiffany Delite 8 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 Marie Alana 7 years ago
What is your commentator level?How do you feel about your commentator level? What is the best level one can get?
by Ameliam Michelle 6 years ago
Hey hubbers, would want to know how to achieve that level status? And the mechanism behind it, would love to hear from you?
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