I have,noticed o cant seem to access the niche sites. Just now I tried to go to someone's hub on Delishably and was told to sign in even though I was. I tried to sign in again but it said there was no account associated with my email. So I thought perhaps I needed to sign up for the niche site,separately but then it said there was already am account associated with my email. I am wondering if this,has something to do with me signing in via Facebook. This happens,whoever I try to go to a niche site. Anyone with any ideas as to how to solve this? Thanks!
I don't know Natalie. I haven't faced this problem. Did you contact the HubPages Team?
This issue has been resolved. You should be able to switch from HubPages to a Network site without signing in again.
For a while this was fixed but now I'm having problems again - with Delishably specifically. I haven't checked the others. It seems I have to have a separate account for it as even though I'm signed into HP it won't let me access the site with my HP's login info.
You do not need a separate account to log into HubPages Network Sites. Are you still experiencing this issue? What web browser are you using?
I know I shouldn't need a seperate account for niche sites and it seemed fixed for a while. Browsers I've tried are Google Chrome and IE Edge.
I was unable to reproduce this issue. If this keeps happening please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will investigate further.
I've never ever been able to work out how you access the Niche Sites from the HubPages site period!
Are we supposed to have second sight?
Or just need to have committed to memory what they are called and what their URLs are?
I must be missing out on a really simple explanation but I've looked and can't find one.....
I basically just get to those that have hubs I want to read and so am automatically sent there or when I'm reviewing my hubs I am sent there as about half are on niche sites. I'm sure there's a list on one of the forums maybe under announcements but the whole thing happened before I started writing for HP so I'm not sure where.
The editorial policy page has links to all of the Network Sites: http://hubpages.com/help/sites-editorial-policy
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