I just received this next to my name after I replied to something on buzzfeed, and on another site. I do frequent certain places and comment. This thing just appeared.
What does this actually mean? How do you get that "status"?
1) To get the Top Commenter title, your comments on the social plugin must all be high quality and it must be something that is liked by people. Your actual Facebook account’s data is different from this, and all you have to do is post comments which are “liked” by other people.
2) Another way to get Top Commenter title is to keep posting comments, whether it is absolutely necessary or not (but definitely not spam), to all the webpages you visit, having Facebook comments enabled. This would eventually make you get some likes, after which you get to become a commenter.
Why is there hardly information on this? Even their Help page offers now.
What's the point of this? What does it get you?
Facebook is just one big fuck up.
i am a top commenter :)
It means you spend way too much time online.
it means you don't suck at life... congrats...
(i am a top commenter, and barely ever comment. nor do i live on facebook.)
'Top commenters' -- from what i've seen appear to post valuable statements, that give a point of view. And are
You must be a homebound fatty with nothing better to do than post on Facebook all day.
R4 Nailed it.
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Do your comments on other sites appear on your Facebook feed for all your friends to to see? I've always wondered since some people post really racist stuff on the message boards.
move the fuck on
Racists on facebook feeds usually garner lots of "likes" by fellow bigots.
I know this guy who is really wealthy who is on Facebook for hours and hours. I check in once in a while,I'm talking like once a month because I check in with some people here and there. But hours and hours?! every single day? I would go nuts!
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It means you are typical. You don't think outside of the box. You say things in a manner that appeals to the people that frequent those websites.
Just means you have above a certain amount of likes (like 10 or something) on a website that uses Facebook commenting system.
[R15] is part right. It could mean that you are just one of the common simple minded mass. What that could also mean is that you are awesome and people really like you.
It could also go to show you that social media affects us all to much.. Or it means something different for everyone. Or it doesn't mean a thing and discussing it is pointless.
You need to go outside and play.
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I just googled this because I saw "top commenter" next to my name on a site. I am on Facebook a couple of times per day to see what's what, but I certainly don't live on it. I have too much shit to do on Reddit. HAW HAW
It means that you're too dumb to disable Facebook connect, so everywhere you go and everything you say is tracked and connected to Facebook.
Btw, "commentator" is NOT A WORD.
Some people use Facebook popularity to market their crap, whatever it is.
Some people just Like a lot of cat videos.
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As a Facebook user I like people who comment. Those who just lazily hit 'like' for everything are useless and bring nothing to the table.
I just comment on an anime site that has changed it's format to use the facebook social connect as the video comment system now. I was curious as to why I had gotten this, but it definitely seems that facebooks standards for "top comenters" is pretty low because I usually just post a little blurb saying whether the show I watched was good or not. Either way I think that this topic is a little blown out of proportion, especially for something as simple as this.
I deleted my whole FBook bullshit thing last week. I'm a free man now and it feels great. Besides, FBook is for Grandmas now, not for us hipsters. Be cool and rule the school, dude.
be cool and rule the school... this guy would have been a top commentator.
It actually depends on how many replies you get on your comments. Or how people liked your comment. Sometime by using some plugins the admins can choose top commentator as per their wish. I might be wrong but that is what i know.
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